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Well, here goes, As some have read my previous post about an accident back on July 1. so far, looks like we will be getting truck back, repaired of course, maybe yet this week. Trailer is still in the decision making stages. Inspection and inspections and inspections. so now it looks like and I am somewhat planning on getting it back, repaired of course. So now the big question, Has anyone requested some type of warranty for a repaired unit? I am thinking of getting a good warranty and hopefully get the "at fault" insurance/party foot the bill. At least for 2 years, hopefully 3. any thoughts, ideas etc. are greatly appreciated, or if you have had experience with one or some, let me know. Thanks again in advance. Jeff

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Generally
INSURANCE: covers accidentd but not wear outs/failure
Warranty covers Wear out/ failure but not accident.

The repair shop should warrant their work for a period of time.
I don't know of any long term repair warranties but.. I've never looked for one .


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Don't know of any warranty you can get long term. As stated above they should cover repairs for at least 6 months. One thing to consider is "diminished value" on the truck and trailer before you sign off. I know I would never buy a wrecked and repaired trailer.


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This is a very good article about car or RV insurance:

https://www.benzinga.com/money/best-car-insurance/

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new member, first post, benzinga is a crypto currency, I'd not click on the above post.

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