Originally Posted by adonh
I did have a few questions on the warranty terms and how the Warranty Co. would determine at point of claim if something was "Preexisting" from before the warranty began. Wholesale Warranty is the Broker and the actual Warranty company makes the determination to approve or reject a warranty claims. So prior to the warranty taking effect Wholesale Warranty arranges for and pays for an inspection of the RV. This will determine if problems exist that could be denied under the warranty. Still thinking about this.
If you are getting the warranty for a pre-owned coach, they do set up for an inspection, or you can take the coach to a certified RV service provider (e.g.: Camping World). That is what happened with my first coach, which I owned already and wanted to get the extended warranty.
With my new coach, no inspection was required. Everything that is not on the excluded list is covered from the first mile. As well as those thing that were added by a professional installer, like the washer and dryer, satellite system, etc, which were installed after the clash arrived at the dealer.
I like the exclusionary warranty, because you know up front what is not covered. You don't need to guess if this system is covered or not, because if it is not in the excluded list, it is covered.
I also purchased the Tire and Wheel contract, which you may want to look into.
Regardless, keep good records of service so that there is no question that you have been performing the preventative maintenance as necessary.