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Old 04-05-2013, 04:27 PM   #1
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Extended warrantee

We bought a 2005 Tiffin Phaeton. Is the extended warrantee worth the money? $7500 for 3 years covers everything. Also is there an insurance company that specializes in motor homes? Thanks for any info.

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Try easy care for warranty. Easy to work with. Had it on a 2006 Crescendo. $4800 for 4 years or 48k miles. Traded motor home in and in process of getting refund. Motor home had 26k miles. Also try nationwide insurance

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If it did indeed "cover everything" it might be a good deal, but it most assuredly does NOT! Read the contract language - there are exceptions galore, starting with any "normal wear & tear", any upholstery, any body parts, most electronic gear, etc. etc. etc. It is nothing at all like the manufacturer's original bumper-to-bumper warranty that "covered everything".

National Interstate specializes in RV coverage. And there are agencies that specialize in finding cost effective insurers for RVs, e.g. Gilbert, Blue Sky, The Tobin Agency, Explorer RV, and Miller. Just to name a few well known ones.
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