Just purchased a 3 year/30,000 mile protection plan through WW for our 2003 Itasca motorhome. Premium Plan with $200 deductible for a little over $4,000.
This is their new (as I understand) VIKING Protection Plan.
They sent an inspector out who did a comprehensive inspection that we passed with only one issue, chassis radio (for which I have a replacement and told the inspector about). The radio will be excluded until I have it installed and send them the paperwork showing it has been installed.
I read a lot on here about whether these plans are worth the cost. I will speak from my personal experience that this is my 3rd one and for both the previous two I received more in compensation from repairs than I paid out. I have only had one bad experience, and that was with the Allegiance (CSI Care) plan that expired the 1st of this month. While they covered the majority of repairs I needed over the last 3 yrs, this one was ridiculous.
My transmission (Allison) was not downshifting on its own and the problem was diagnosed as a faulty Transmission Control Unit (TCU). Repair/replacement cost was significant at about $1,800 with labor. They denied the claim stating "The policy specifically excludes items required by the 1990 Clean Air Act" and this is a component under that act. My initial response was -- huh? I researched it and could not find anything in the act that discussed transmission control units, so I called them back and this was their response: "Well, when you are running 3000 rpm in 1st gear and the transmission shifts to 2nd the engine is then running more efficiently and therefore producing fewer pollutants, thus it is a clean air issue." I'm not BS'ing you. So naturally I asked for a supervisor and got the same response verbatim.
I'm glad that that policy was expiring in a few days. Of course, I checked the WW protection plan as a result and it specifically calls out coverage of the TCU.
Anyway, it appears to me that the WW VIKING Protection Plan is a very comprehensive plan that also provides breakdown coverage for rental car and per diem as well as tire repair/replacement coverage. I believe it is worth the "peace of mind" to me as others have said, "It is an insurance policy".
Other's opinions can, and will, differ.