I bought a 1200 dollar mill stone of an extended warranty from my dealer.
To pay off, a stray electron coming in from outer space must be proven to have caused the damage. A sworn statement from ET must accompany the bill.
I trusted the dealer to pick one that they used for their warranty work.
When I folded the rear stabilizer while learning how it all worked, I learned the value of my warranty.
I reported the bent stab, thinking the warranty would cover it.
NOT! as it was "my fault" (True, but it was my first mistake! My second was reporting it and not just replacing the thing in the first place.)
Now everything that goes wrong with the rig can be traced back to that "bounce" when the stab folded.
Out of rig anything? screwed.
Leak anywhere? screwed.
The roof is covered only for the material. Caulking, edge wear, scuff marks, branch scrapes, leaks, or anything else you can imagine that does not involve materal literally falling apart is not covered.
For 1200 bucks I could have replaced just about any appliance in the camper.
Live and learn.
OH, and the dealer NEVER mentioned the 150 dollar second year extension.