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Old 04-07-2011, 10:12 AM   #1
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Extended Warranties for class A

Anyone use or have used Wholesales Warranties? Good or bad, thanks Dan
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Old 04-07-2011, 07:32 PM   #2
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I think they shop you around. I think there has been lotsa other threads on that. We have used Star and Good Sam...Do your research...IMO... These companies are in business to make money. But in my case I have found that if the claim is legitimate and filed correctly they will be covered. And I think they are a must have unless you have cash to cover the break down...Good Luck....D
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Old 04-07-2011, 08:56 PM   #3
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If your RV is new everything should be covered for at least 1 year already. Wait until the year is almost over and then decide if you need an extended warranty. Good Sam's seems to be popular.

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Old 04-08-2011, 10:35 AM   #4
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We went with X-tra ride. Love the coverage so far. 2 claims, all paid with no questions or problems. They paid the service center so I did not have to pay and then try to get reimbursed.
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love them they are the best I put three claims in the first year and one of them was over $5k they always pay and no questions asked love love love them, Joe.
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we are going to use them beginning in may when our present warranty expires.
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Old 04-09-2011, 02:58 PM   #7
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we are going to use them beginning in may when our present warranty expires.
The thought of repair insurance is captivating, but in most events, they find some reason your repair is not covered, I purchased a Good Sam extended warranty for a new 2007 diesel Motor Home for $8,000. They havent covered items even listed on their policy. Our repair company told me before he began repairing a slide out motor they wouldn't cover it because none of the policies he had worked with covered anything. He was right they refused the repair immediately, I hate to generalize such things, but I for one feels taken. Brian
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Xtra-ride covered my slideout motor replacement, no questions asked no hassle. Then the covered a $$3500.00 repair to my generator, again no questions and no hassle
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Xtra-ride covered my slideout motor replacement, no questions asked no hassle. Then the covered a $$3500.00 repair to my generator, again no questions and no hassle
How much was their policy and what MH do you have ?
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Old 04-10-2011, 06:45 AM   #10
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We have been looking for a co that got good references on this site. We are going to call and get a quote for our coach.
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We have a 2006 Tradewinds 40F. Paid around 4700.00 for 4 year coverage or 48000 miles.
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Has anyone had experience with Performance First Mechanical Breakdown insurance that is sold through Wholesale Warranties (Jeff Shelton)? I have a quote from them that seems to good to be true. Please let me know.
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Has anyone had experience with Performance First Mechanical Breakdown insurance that is sold through Wholesale Warranties (Jeff Shelton)? I have a quote from them that seems to good to be true. Please let me know.
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We purchased the Performance First policy in January on 07 Endeavor. 5 years 50,000 miles 2600 and change. Our inverter went bad the first wanted to replace with a rebuilt inverter that would have cost me my 100.00 deductible. After repair shop talk to them they offered to pay for most of a new one all I had to pay was 250.00 for a new instead of rebuilt. So for now I'm happy with the policy we purchased.
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