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Old 09-29-2015, 01:42 AM   #29
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Go Good SAM! No problem getting a claim paid. Local RV repair shop says he has good luck with them. Just saying...

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When we signed up for our ext warranty in the finance office, we questioned some of the other policies that were available, one of which being the Good Sam. We did an online quote for the Good Sam and it was $20k-$30k if I remember correctly. Yikes!

EDIT: Did another online quote just now, for a 5yr plan with a $100 deductible it is $28,732. No thanks.
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I guess I should have questioned it the first time. The advisor at the dealer told me it was fairly common with RV extended warranties because they often order parts unlike the car business where most parts are on the shelf with no added freight costs.

I guess, while its raining, I should get out my contract and read the fine print.
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