We just purchased a new class A diesel and are considering purchasing an extended service contract. I have talked to the folks at Wholesale Warranties and they are recommending a 6yr contract with a consequential damage option called StarRV administered by Interstate. Has anyone had experience with Interstate?
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I had interstate & had some small things done thru the dealer o.k.
But I had a transmission go out on a 2003 Allegro on a v-10 Ford Chassis due to
moisture in the transmission. The transmission only had 28,000 miles & was not even
due for a oil change & filter until 30,000.I called Vogt RV the dealer & they were not much help as they were selling Good Sam because of problems with interstate & I called Tiffin Motor Home & they also said a lot of problems with Interstate. The only explanation of how the moisture could have got in the transmission was spashing thru rain water on the road with a hot transmission causing evaporation inside.
Welcome any insight.
2004 Allegro Bay towing a 2005 Sante Fe