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Old 08-14-2016, 11:08 AM   #1
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Where can I get extended warranty quotes??

I am purchasing a new to us class A gasser. I have gotten quotes from the following for 3 to 4 year extended service coverage:

Lazy Days - crazy expensive
WholeSale Warranty - Viking compant, they no longer appear to write on multiple companies and despite their advertised save 50% were one of the more expensive.

Coach Net Protect - most reasonable cost quote directly from Coach Net.

CornerStone - Quote from local dealer, offered $500 disc for cash.

I am looking dealers in the midwest who can give me additional quotes for the above companies and XtraRide.

I would also like any comments regarding your claims experience with the above companies.

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I would never buy from a dealer. It's a big money maker for them. I bought from Wholesale Warranties with policy issued by ProTrek. Had my first claim in July for 3 ac's replacement. Went very smooth. Repair service called ProTrek with claim. They sent an inspector out the next am. He reviewed and wrote his report, submitted that pm. Next morning approval was given and the 3 ac's were replaced. No hassle and I didn't have to pay but $200 deductible on a $3,290 bill. Glad I had it!
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I purchased a 7 yr policy from coach net. Covers pretty much everything. I'm 3 years into and have had several claims that have been submitted by multiple dealers. All claims have been covered and turn around for approval from them was pretty much immediate.
I have always shunned extended service plans on anything, but we had many issues with our coach during the first year when it was covered under warranty so I decided to get the extended plan. 3 years into it, it has pretty much paid for itself.
The reason I went with coachnet was I have had excellent service from them with their road side assistance program. I figured that they would have similar high level of service with an extended service plan-- I was right.
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I purchased a 7 yr policy from coach net. Covers pretty much everything. I'm 3 years into and have had several claims that have been submitted by multiple dealers. All claims have been covered and turn around for approval from them was pretty much immediate.
I have always shunned extended service plans on anything, but we had many issues with our coach during the first year when it was covered under warranty so I decided to get the extended plan. 3 years into it, it has pretty much paid for itself.
The reason I went with coachnet was I have had excellent service from them with their road side assistance program. I figured that they would have similar high level of service with an extended service plan-- I was right.
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