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Old 11-06-2013, 04:50 PM   #1
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Smile Extended Warranty

I would like to know what companies are good to buy my Extended Warranty from. I have a Good Sam Quote but don't know where else to look. New to this. Bought a 2009 Fleetwood Pace Arrow with 2900 miles on it now.

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Welcome to irv2. Just go to our search tab and you'll get plenty of previous threads that will assist.


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Old 11-06-2013, 09:03 PM   #3
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There are several extended service contract companies in business. You've already gotten a quote from Good Sam, Wholesalewarrantees.com is another broker, I forget the rest I've seen. Good Sam and wholesalewarrantees.com are brokers for the actual companies.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:06 AM   #4
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We bought ours thru Wholesalewarrentss.com which is a broker. The actual policy was written by Proteck and we've used them twice this year with NO issues at all. Whole sale warrenties comes highly recommended on another RV Forum that is comprised mostly of full timers.
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Yep, we also went through Whole Sale warranties. Have also used them twice without so much as a whimper from them. My policy is with XtraRide.
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Old 11-08-2013, 06:49 PM   #6
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XtraRide and Coach Net are respected companies. I have XtraRide and have been pleased with them.
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Old 11-10-2013, 06:00 PM   #7
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Yep, we also went through Whole Sale warranties. Have also used them twice without so much as a whimper from them. My policy is with XtraRide.
I went to WW website and filled in my info....4 or 5 days later they gave me a call and asked some particulars about my used class c (FW Majestic 23a). Was told they would immediately sent me a quote.

Another 4 or 5 days went by when I got a phone call asking if I had any questions about the quote they sent me. Informed them I never received one. Apologized and said they would FWD me the original email immediately.

Waited 45 minutes and called them back. Told them I still hadn't received my quote. Apologized once again, and 5 minutes later a quote was in my mailbox. Someone typed "FWD" in the subj line....but it wasn't a forwarded email.

Opened quote and it turns out it was a quote for someone else. Replied back
'Who is Bob" (my names not Bob) and did he get MY quote for his Fleetwood.

4 days later again got an email response with MY correct quote. Interestingly enough, it was the same price as Bob's

Both quotes which were sent to me were for 4 years with Cornerstone. Responded back that the warranty being offered by Cruise America is the same 4 year Cornerstone policy, but CA's is $900 cheaper.

Haven't heard back from them yet....guess in a couple more days
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I have been impressed with Cornerstone out of Hickory, NC. I've had a couple of claims since getting my used coach in April and they have paid promptly. In fact, a local RV repair shop who recently replaced my defective inverter told me they had never worked with any warranty company that was as accommodating as Cornerstone.
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Do you really think you need an extended warranty on a 2009 coach with 2900 miles on it? Your money may be better spent having the coach gone over and service as needed to give you a base line. If you do the maintenance, your coach's systems should outlast any ESP you will pay thousands for.

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