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Old 06-23-2013, 10:02 AM   #15
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I went with WW and an inclusive coverage with Elite. Cost was about $7200 for 5 years or 50K miles and $500 deductible. I had one claim after only 3 months when my Turbo crapped out. It was covered with no issues. I hope that was first and last claim. BYE the way my Motor Home was 7 years old when I got the policy.

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Old 07-02-2013, 12:59 PM   #16
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If you have your motorhome gone over by a qualified mechanic once in the spring to get all your fluids changed, chassis greased, and looked over for wear, and once mid summer again, you should not have to pay the extremely high costs of an insurance policy. As the saying goes... "an ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure"...

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Old 07-24-2013, 01:59 PM   #17
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Hi Mrock and Ramets,

I have a new to me Diesel motorhome that is all out of factory warrantees and I have been shopping for extended warrantees. I would like to know if either of you have had the misfortune of having to file claims against your policies and if so, how did it turn out?

I have read all of the positings by Medico and Stevieg and have learded a lot! However, the information send to me from Wholesela warranties has been contrary to what has been posted here. Either things have changed or there is some bait and switch going on with them... They sell a policy called RV procare that I can find no information about and when they emailed the policy to me it does everything you all have said to avoid.

[I]Here are some of the things from the Wholesale Warranties Contract that concern me:

I would appreciate the groups help on whether or not these should be concerns/ - On this one- I bought a used RV and dont have the records. Will that be a problem? also, does this mean you cant do your own maintenance with wholesale warranties plan?


To obtain the benefits provided by this Service Contract, You are required to provide maintenance to Covered Components at a Licensed Repair Facility prroper documentation and verifiable receipts for all maintenance and repairs will be required in the event
of a claim. Receipts must reflect Your name, proper RV documentation (i.e. year, make, and model), complete VIN/Serial number, and the current mileage of the RV Handwritten receipts will not be accepted. Failure to provide proof of required maintenance may result in denial of coverage.


Any overheating, regardless of (what if the water pump goes out)
the cause of overheating

Any expenses that are associated with shop supplies, materials charges, hazardous waste charges, diagnosis time (isnt there always dianostic time billed)

RVs used as a permanent residence (is this for real)

21. The repair or replacement of any Covered Component that has been damaged by a non-Covered Component or from an improper repair.
22. The repair or replacement of any non-Covered Component damaged as a result of the Failure of a Covered Component. (WTH?)

23. Repairs or replacements made outside the contiguous United States ( does this mean no coverage in Canada?)

thanks again for input and advice on this situation! I was really sold on the xtra ride plan but this ProCare leaves me wondering.[/I]
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:53 AM   #18
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I just wrote up a long reply, and then it was lost by the forum and never showed on the board. A couple of quick points

1) Don't buy cheap, or you'll wind up with cheap and be very dissatisfied. Buy the full Comprehensive Coverage, and be sure to spend a couple hundred more to buy "Consequential Damage". This way you're covered as well as you can be.

2) A year ago I paid WW $4700 for a four year service contract on a ten year old coach. I was betting that a number of parts or appliances on this coach would breakdown in the ensuing four years. Now a year has passed, and the company has paid out a total of about $3600 on two claims. I'd say I'm on the way to winning my bet. And that doesn't even include two roadside service calls and a $550 tow fully paid by CoachNet.

I have become a supporter of good quality contracts when carefully researched and purchased.
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Old 09-02-2014, 07:54 PM   #19
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Contact indiana attorney general's office asap

To All Screwed Over ACC Customers:
Today, 9/2/2014, I called Mark Snodgrass at the Indiana Attorney General's office regarding our ability to be part of their case against ACC Warranty. Per Mr. Snodgrass, they filed the lawsuit against ACC Warranty 1.5-2 weeks ago. However, due to so many people contacting the Indiana Attorney General's office since they filed the suit, Mr. Snodgrass said they will be amending the lawsuit to incorporate more people's claims. Therefore, you need to call Mr. Snodgrass, 317-234-6784, ASAP if you want to be part of this lawsuit.

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