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Old 02-18-2012, 05:14 PM   #57
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Wow--so much to learn, so much to learn! Thanks for all the effort and input on this subject. And I'm not even certain what the "subject" is caled--extended warranty, extended service, service plan. But, I now know that this is not about an insurance plan...I am REALLY a newbie. I have until Thursday to figure something out because at that time I am finallizing the paperwork and picking up my 2009 Winnebago Chalet at Camping World.

A few questions based on what I have read today. *Is it possible to buy the plan from the manufacturer when the rv is a used unit? * If you want to buy from a broker, not the dealer, do you just contact the broker and go from there? * Is it possible that due to AAA membership, for example, that some services will be double covered? *As a single, retired female with NO motorhome experience, and who travels alone a lot, is there anything in particular that I should be considering? Thanks.
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I've never heard of a manufacturer offering an extended service contract on a used MH. Buying direct almost always costs less than buying from the dealer. I've also never heard of AAA paying for any repairs. I, as you may have read, bought coverage from CSI through B & T Marketing in AZ. Good price, good coverage, peace of mind. Good luck and enjoy your new adventure.
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Wow--so much to learn, so much to learn! Thanks for all the effort and input on this subject. And I'm not even certain what the "subject" is caled--extended warranty, extended service, service plan. But, I now know that this is not about an insurance plan...I am REALLY a newbie. I have until Thursday to figure something out because at that time I am finallizing the paperwork and picking up my 2009 Winnebago Chalet at Camping World.

A few questions based on what I have read today. *Is it possible to buy the plan from the manufacturer when the rv is a used unit? * If you want to buy from a broker, not the dealer, do you just contact the broker and go from there? * Is it possible that due to AAA membership, for example, that some services will be double covered? *As a single, retired female with NO motorhome experience, and who travels alone a lot, is there anything in particular that I should be considering? Thanks.
It's been my experience that you can save yourself money by dealing directly with the broker.

Typically the only overlap in coverage between the Extended Service Policy and AAA would be towing benefits. This would only apply if you had AAA's RV coverage which is extra.

For roadside assistance; towing, tire repair, fuel, jump starts, etc.. I prefer Coach Net. Coach Net will also cover your family cars as well. Total package should be about half that of AAA.
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Check out the warranty link at www.americanroadsrv.com. They have great insurance companies and the warranty link is to GO RV Warranty that is the best I've seen for coverage and price.
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Just to throw my current experience into the mix:

The quote I am currently considering is for a 5 year, 50,000 mile plan with $100 deductible. This is for an exclusionary policy. I was quoted a total premium of $1997 (not taxable). With a consequential damage rider ($295 additional), the total is $2292.

This was quoted through an agency called Wholesale Warranties. The underwriter on this policy is American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida. The administrator is National Administrative Services, and the name of the policy is PerformanceCare Premium coverage.

The dealer I bought my rig from quoted me $3897 (before tax, $4209 after tax) for a 4 yr, 48,000 mile plan with no deductible. This is through Phoenix American. This is an exclusionary policy.

I have a 2009 Winnebago View with 9500 miles on it.

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it pays to shop and to buy from the broker rather than the dealer, less markup.
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Extended warranty

We have one with wholesale warranty but have not had to use it.
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Check out the financial stability of the insurer (and re-insurer) at Weiss Ratings. Don't bother with the other ratings agencies.
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I have asked them for a sample policy and about CD. It is an Exclusionary policy. I am trying to include the pdf brochure. Hope it works.

Does this mean that if a belt brakes and goes through the rad that the rad is not covered?

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Just wondering if you ever determined if ACC covered CD? I also had a quote from them and am finally getting around to make a decision before my next GS renewal. Thanks.
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I'm just starting to look at another co to replace my Good Sam policy which expires soon. CSI appears to be a good choice. I didn't seem to see any posts on this thread from current or past users with some feedback on CSI. I find that odd.
Has anybody got any first hand experience with them?
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Go to www.americanroadsrv.com and click on "Get-a-Warranty-Quote. You will get a quick reply after filling out the little form

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I'm just starting to look at another co to replace my Good Sam policy which expires soon. CSI appears to be a good choice. I didn't seem to see any posts on this thread from current or past users with some feedback on CSI. I find that odd.
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Go to www.americanroadsrv.com and click on "Get-a-Warranty-Quote. You will get a quick reply after filling out the little form

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Thanks. I have a few quotes. I was looking for some testimonials.
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