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Old 05-28-2015, 05:04 AM   #1
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Extended Service Plan

Does anyone have experience with Nationwide A&T Warranties from American RV Warranties and how does it compare with Good Sam's plan? I got a quote from the RV Protection. Net website and I am new to owning an RV. I am in the process of buying a 2006 National Dolphin 36 foot gas model with 14,500 miles. With such low mileage, should I wait on getting an extended service plan? Thanks for all inputs.

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Low mileage aside, the rest is 9 years old. You probably need an extended warranty, up to you to decide where/who to spend your money with.
Good camping buddy bought an '08 Winnie Tour last year with 16000 on it--also got the GS warranty thru Camping World. It has proven to be a good decision--low miles don't automatically mean nothing ages.
If you get the warranty, read it thoroughly and understand the process--never get any repairs done without first contacting the warranty company for approval, and get something in writing/approval number/full name of person giving approval.
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