This has been an issue that has been debated since the beginning of time. You'll find as many people who like them as not. Depends on a lot of variables. Are you handy? Do you have a lot of high end items in your RV? How often do you use the RV? Also depends on the warranty company and the coverage. I have ExtraRide with Platinum coverage with a consequential damage as well as tire rider. 7 year transferable policy. Pricey? Yes. Almost 5 grand, but I have over a hundred grand tied up in my RV and I'm not a real handy guy. Plus we spend winters in Florida in it for 6 months at a time. I've used the policy 4 or 5 times in the 2 years I've had it. Got my money back yet? No, but I have 5 years to go. Plus what price do you put on piece of mind. When I've had issues when we're in Florida, the mobile tech rolls his fee into the bill. I simply pay my $100 deductible. I don't have to worry about pre-approval or anything else. No hooking up and driving to a repair center. For me, it's worth it.
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