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Old 12-20-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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Extended warranty coverage

Hi all first post here just found the forum on my serch for some extended warranty coverage on a coach we are buying it is an o4 Newmar with 69k looking for coverage to cover the major components engine, trans, generator, ect. Please give me some feedback on what has worked/ not worked for you and your needs. Thanks!

Currently have been offered the Interstate Star rv coverage, and Goodsam coverage.

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Welcome to IRV 2. A search here will bring you all the information you need. Good luck



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Old 12-20-2012, 09:01 AM   #3
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Take the money for the extended warranty, put it in an account, add to it each month (say $50-$100) and then when needed, YOU decide what you will pay for repairs. This way you can also pay to have things replaced BEFORE they break - and yes, often you can spot things that will be a problem latter and get them repaired ahead of time. Remember, the extended service plans (they aren't warranties) only work because most people will pay in more than the claims they file. And these outfits are notorious at being VERY picky on how claims have to be filed, etc. Read and Read and then read again any contract to make sure you realize what will be covered and what won't be covered. Especially the won't be covered portion - which is where there can be a lot of 'gotchas' such as repair isn't covered because it was caused by a belt breaking and they don't cover belts.

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Old 12-20-2012, 09:25 AM   #4
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Extended Warranty

"Ditto" to Barbaraok's reply.. Be real careful about Extended Warranty's.

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