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Old 03-11-2019, 01:24 PM   #15
Pete'sMH
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Brand: Still Looking
Model: Fleetwood Storm 32V - pre
State: Alabama
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Originally Posted by RDC54 View Post
Interesting question. I am modestly handy, and willing to try most basic repairs and maintenance, and I generally don't purchase extended warranties. But as a first time RV owner who was planning several cross country trips, I decided that I was purchasing a little extra piece of mind, and that was worth it to me...Our rig is still under the original one year warranty, so I haven't tested the extended warranty yet. Honestly, I hope I never have to use it, but I like knowing that I have options. I realize this runs counter to most opinions posted thus far, but I think it is about what helps you sleep at night.


I felt exactly the same with my first motorhome. But after never using it for three years and gaining experience and comfort with my repair abilities I finally cancelled it for a prorated refund. There are a lot of “systems” in an RV and they are built to a price point and lead a hard life on the road - but for the most part they are pretty straightforward. I’m fairly handy and so far so good. But I still see value in the extended warranty for many folks. Especially newcomers. Enjoy your travels!
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