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Old 03-18-2014, 07:24 PM   #1
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Does anyone out there with a Class A have any experience with this RVWARRANTYFOREVER.COM that some exclusive dealers offer with your purchase? I just wondered if there is any real value (I'm not a fan of extended warranties, but in this case the dealer offers it 'for free', and on a $100,000 purchase it's significantly more important than it is on a toaster!) Has anyone made a claim? Dis anyone else get one of these RVWARRANTYFOREVER's with their MH purchase? Any comments, advice, suggestions are appreciated. Thanks

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Here's some info on it.
New Lifetime Warranty Set to Revolutionize the RV Market


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Checked out RVWarrantyForever.com and clicked on the "What's covered" tab. There are the items covered with $ figures beside each item. No explanation of what this means. In their press release it's pretty clear that the selling dealer has to perform the required maintenance annually. Maybe the $ figures above is the cost of the annual maintenance?? Apparently no provisions for doing your own maintenance either. Knowing what I have learned about dealer's servicing I really don't want a dealer to do any maintenance for me........in the oast it just means that I have to do it myself afterwards.
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Seems like if the selling dealer has to perform the "Annual Maintenance" on the items covered, you would be out $$$ in a few years.

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Lots of exclusions. Read the contract very carefully.
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Read Consumer Reports take on extended warranty and then DON'T buy one.
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I tried to get the company to give me names of dealers with Class A units and they could not do that. There were none in the mid-west according to them. It seems they only deal with towables at this time. I think it would be a good idea if the dealer really was capable. I have a good rv repair service but they do not apparently want anything to do with this - at least so far. I suspect you (and me) might be better off putting money aside for future repairs.

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