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Old 07-03-2013, 04:42 AM   #43
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Thanks to all replies, with all this input and much reading elsewhere and a very informative discussion with the manager of a warrant brokerage firm-the 'waters parted' and understanding came-there is no point in buying an extended warranty until the existing mftg's warranties expire (1 year coach from Newmar), they are indeed a cash cow for the dealer and better deals are available from places like the broker. What an education! The only exception would be where a lot of long distance trips were involved far away from home and the cost of tows and only being able to use approved repair shops by the mftg
I just reread every post in this topic. We had purchased a 60 month EW on our 2013 Georgetown and had to ask for a refund when we traded it in. Our new 2014 Entegra comes with two year bumper to bumper and 5 yr structural on walls and roof while the Spartan chassis is I guess 3 yrs and five in drive chain.
When the finance guy asked me for $6800 for 7 yr EW I nearly choked.
That's a lot to spend on something brand new.
We intend to keep studious maintenance and don't really ride it hard. Appliances break but are usually fixable. Tires wear out as do brakes.
I suppose after the mfgr warranty expires I will re assess but the plan I was offered yesterday day from StarRV (whomever that is) did not sound attractive.
Who offers EW after the initial period. Good Sam?
My personal major concern is only Roadside Assist.

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:31 AM   #44
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Who offers EW after the initial period. Good Sam?
My personal major concern is only Roadside Assist.
Probably most EW companies will also offer policies on used rigs. I think we're talking about two different things if you want roadside assistance. EW's usually do not include roadside.

I'd suggest CoachNet for roadside and EasyCare for the EW.


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