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Old 08-18-2011, 09:17 AM   #1
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Extra Ride Insurance

Hi everyone, we have just purchased a new Rockwood Trailer and the dealer is trying to sell us the 5 yr Extra Ride Insurance. If we do not put in a claim in 5 years we get the cost of the Insurance back. Has anyone out there had any experience with this that you could share, is it or is it not a good investment. Thank you, Lynn

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There are always good deals out there. The only problem, the good deal is for the dealer. Call the Better Business Bureau and see what, if any, complaints have been filed on this company. Just make sure, if you buy, to read it cover to cover. Bumper to bumper does not always mean bumper to bumper. Example, a warranty part takes out a non-warranty part? Non-warranty part not covered. A non-warranty part takes out a warranty part? Warranty part not covered. See what I mean.
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