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send me the money, then when something goes wrong,, I,ll send you a e mail that its not covered.


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We bought a used RV and spent the extended warranty money on better insurance coverage.

For us it worked out fine when we hit a road hazard and took out a wheel and both axles.

It is simply a gamble.


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Twelve year note for a used trailer ,,, WOW . And then they want to finance the extended warranty ,,,, WOW again .

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I had the Good Sam warranty for a couple of years and tried to use it twice. I was turned down both times so I canceled it. The monthly premiums I paid would have easily covered both repairs.


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send me the money, then when something goes wrong,, I,ll send you a e mail that its not covered. keep your money. ever need a repair? call a rv tech in your area, faster,, cheaper,, smarter,, and they come to you.

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Put the money aside and start a reserve fund for future repairs and replacements such as tires.



Close the thread- that's the answer.

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Appreciate all the response. I actually picked it up today and declined all the warrantee options and the paint coating and the Kevlar tire goo! What a racket! Anyway, I have no intention of holding the note for 12 years however I did get a great rate and $146 a month for an Apex 269RBSS.


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