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Old 10-23-2012, 06:19 PM   #41
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I work for a company that sells what I feel is the best warranty service out there. We are vary competitively priced, All contracts are transferable and refundable minus the time used, you can take the RV anywhere you choose that is a licensed shop, and the service is amazing. They will even cover food spoilage, gas loss due to repair, rental car, travel home if repair is more than 3 days, heck they will even board a pet for you. They cover new parts, seals and gaskets and there are no crazy mileage caps. I have this coverage and so do my parents because I really believe in the coverage. Anyone that has been burned before, I would ask that you check us out and see for yourself. Both our dealership and the warranty we sell are A rated with BBB and endorsed by the RVDA.
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:01 PM   #42
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Anyone that has been burned before, I would ask that you check us out and see for yourself.
Once burned; twice shy.
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:02 PM   #43
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I have this coverage and so do my parents because I really believe in the coverage.
Employee discount for forum members?
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:27 PM   #44
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I would definitely fight for huge discounts for Forum members! I'll be honest, my boss pays for several websites that lead to customers entering quote requests. I'm all about explaining how the leads from this forum were free and he should in return dish out the discounts. Good deal for my new friends and a reasonable business deal for him??? Sounds like a win/win.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:38 PM   #45
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We had the dealer throw in the second FR warranty and purchased the 5 year extended warranty from the finance company. They told me the 5 year would be like $1500 something and I turned it down. The week before the trailer got delivered I called them and said if they could make me a deal I would consider if not I would move on. They said they would call the warranty rep. But he thought they could knock 15% off. He called me and said he could do like $1280 or something like that. I had already decided if it was below $1300 I would do it so I did. Trust me i will use it for every little thing, and here in Oklahoma I'm sure I will use it for the a/c a time or 2!
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:35 PM   #46
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I'm really glad I read this forum tonight. We are in the midst of purchasing our second trailer in 13 months. With our first trailer we paid $2000 for the extended warranty just to go to the RV show the following weekend to see our dealer offering $500 off on the warranty! That left a very bad image of the warranties in our minds.
That being said, our refrigerator went out when our trailer was only 4 months old, the outdoor kitchen door started splitting at the hinge after ~9 months, and the plumbing in the bathroom continues to leak even though the dealer has "fixed" it 3 times. We have a permanent site and probably spent 100 days in our trailer in the 12 months we've owned it. If we had only used our trailer a few times a year it may have taken years for these costly repairs to surface (To replace the refrigerator they had to completely remove the entry door! I can only imagine what that cost.)
I am going to tell the dealer I don't want the extended plan on the new trailer since they are bound to reduce the price. Then, I'm going to buy it. $8/mo. is worth the peace of mind.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:25 AM   #47
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^^ Who is offering you a 15 year warranty?

Just looking at your numbers, you are talking about getting the warranty for $1500 and that working out to $8 per month.
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Old 01-11-2013, 10:44 AM   #48
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Did Lincoln really say that?

We're on the 'NO' side. The information on this forum and local experience has allowed us to deal with minor issues that we've encountered. Parts are commonly available and (much) less than the actual replacement unit. Today it's often more economical to replace the unit than repair with shop rates, unless you're handy and can determine the faulty part and replace.

For those that choose extended warranties the fine print is important to understand, and conditions that must be met for the warranty to be honored.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:07 PM   #49
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Just a quick note. If you are working with the dealer to purchase the warranty, bargain with them, they have a lot of profit they can take on it. On my first motor home, we bought the extended warranty. The dealer subsequently went out of business. This last year, we traded the motorhome and cancelled the extended warranty. When I contacted the extended warranty company, they were supposed to pay back a prorated amount of the remainder of the warranty becuase the dealer was out of business. They told me that they would pay me the prorated amount of what the dealer paid them, not what I paid to the dealer for it. When they told me the amount they would pay, I was able to determine the amount of dealer markup. It was between 4 and 5 times what it cost the dealer. Bargain with the dealer on the warranty price.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:11 PM   #50
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I purchased an extended warranty from Camping World in 2010 when I bought a Keystone Outback. I turned it in for a refund when I bought my new FR 8329SS. I just called to check on my refund. The Finance Manager advised me he didn't see anything where I turned it in and asked who I gave it. When I told him I gave it to him, all he could tell me was that he normally doesn't lose things like that and he would have to check on it. It was a 7 year warranty.
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