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Old 02-02-2013, 06:51 AM   #1
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repair insurance

I see these ads about home repair insurance "never pay for repairs" and was wondering if there is such an insurance for travel trailers (being that it is my full time home). I a newbee to this living and Im sure repairs to A/C and hot water heaters and refigerators isnt cheap. Any info would be appreciated.
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Normal "wear and tear" (belts/hoses/tires) cannot be "insured".....
A/C, water heaters, frig, etc. can be insured against failure @ $800-1500. per year. You could do a LOT of maintenance for those kind of $$$$$
PS - At some point I believe most of these plans will not insure an RV due to age.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:14 AM   #3
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It is called Warranty no insurance. They are several different company's to buy from. Good Sam is one.

Read closely to what they don't cover. Most RV owners are better off putting the same cost in the bank and self insure.
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At some point I believe most of these plans will not insure an RV due to age.
To initially qualify for Good Sam Extended Service Plan coverage, your motorhome:
  • Can be up to 15 years old
  • Must have 80,000 or fewer miles
  • Extended Service Plan is renewable on an annual basis until the RV is 18 years old or has 150,000 total vehicle miles

To initially qualify for Good Sam Extended Service Plan coverage, your 5th wheel or travel trailer:
  • Can be up to 15 years old
  • Extended Service Plan is renewable on an annual basis until the RV is 18 years old
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To initially qualify for Good Sam Extended Service Plan coverage, your motorhome:
  • Can be up to 15 years old
  • Must have 80,000 or fewer miles
  • Extended Service Plan is renewable on an annual basis until the RV is 18 years old or has 150,000 total vehicle miles
To initially qualify for Good Sam Extended Service Plan coverage, your 5th wheel or travel trailer:
  • Can be up to 15 years old
  • Extended Service Plan is renewable on an annual basis until the RV is 18 years old
Its a travell trailer,,,no odometer to tell mileage,,,lol
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