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Old 11-09-2015, 11:59 AM   #1
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RV Warranty Changes are Coming: Why You Should Protect Your RV Now

Whether you are heading south for the winter, or putting your RV into storage to wait out the cold months, now is the best time to purchase RV Warranty coverage. Here's Why:
  • RV Model Years 2001 and Older Become Ineligible
  • Warranty Prices on ALL Models will Go Up

With the exception of brand new models, all vehicles become one year older on January 1, 2016, raising prices on extended warranties across the board. On top of this, 2001 RVs will become completely ineligible for coverage in 2016! Even if you aren't planning to use your RV this winter, the cost savings of securing coverage before December 31st, 2015 make now the best possible time to look at protecting your vehicle.

Unsure if you need an RV Warranty?

We understand. RV Warranties can be a touchy subject, and they certainly aren't for everyone, but you owe it to yourself to know your options. Statistically, 3 out of every 10 RV's will suffer a major mechanical breakdown by only their 2nd year on the road. This jumps to 8 out of 10 by their 5th year, and nearly every RV by their 8th! The cost of these repairs is only going up, but you can protect yourself.

To learn more about the policies we offer, and to get a FREE Quote for coverage, visit Wholesale Warranties or give us a call at 800-939-2806 to get in touch with one of our Warranty Specialists today.

Don't wait--now is the time to secure great coverage for your RV, so you can travel with peace of mind the next time you get behind the wheel.
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