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Old 07-21-2014, 06:16 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me were to get insurance to cover work after the warnity is over and a ruff price. Sorry for the spelling
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Old 07-21-2014, 06:25 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to the forum.

Use our search feature to find "Extended Warranties" and you'll find a ton of reference material.

Prices are very negotiable generally and vary widely. When I bought my 40DP new in 2007 it was about $6K for six years.

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Thanks a friend got one for 2000 a year he said it covers a lot. It covers the drive train and all.
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Ok I talked to a dealer to day can anyone tell me if there is a place that will give a extended warnty on a 95 pace arrow. The dealer told me he don't know anyone that will do it on a motor home that old.
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Ok I talked to a dealer to day can anyone tell me if there is a place that will give a extended warnty on a 95 pace arrow. The dealer told me he don't know anyone that will do it on a motor home that old.
I've never heard of one which will cover a coach which is that old.

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I didn't know if goodsam would have anything for it or not.
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Thanks a friend got one for 2000 a year he said it covers a lot. It covers the drive train and all.
$2000 a year? Insane. They can be had for cheaper. Call RV Insurance Solutions. They have done very well, but age can be an issue.

They cover appliances and such.

Actual insurance, such as collision insurance, covers storm damage and blowouts.
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My main consern is if something happens to the drive train
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Doubt you will find any company that will write a warranty for your coach. Best to setup a savings account for RV repairs. Put the amount it would cost you each year for the warranty and use it for repairs. If you don't have many repair you'll be money ahead.

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