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SooperDaddy

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Fine print, exclusions, replacement of broken parts with "salvage parts", "normal wear and tear items are not covered", "Owner Abuse", etc. etc. etc!

If you have to have it, Good Sams is one of the best...they specifically eliminated the "normal wear and tear items are not covered" claus. And are normally up front about questions about coverage.


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I save alot of money by not buying warrenties on anything. Really have never had to use them. Now my brother has warrenties on everything he ownes.

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I'm not sure where the $1,400 price came from, but Good Sam ESP has two different plans and four different deductibles, with various options, so we can match a plan to the customer's needs. Give us a call back and we can review the different plans available.


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The OP's coach is a motorhome with engine, tranny, differential, and other drive train components. I recently (yesterday) got a quote on my (new to me) 2007, 31' Durango 5'er for almost $900.

3 years of premiums will pay for a new fridg, AND a new water heater. One more year and I've paid for a new roof AC. And if these things don't break, then I'm $1800+ ahead. Almost anything else that breaks, I can fix myself.

That's just my warped logic. YMMV

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nk you everyone for your wonderful opinions and thoughts, cannot wait to meet you on the roads.

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