Originally Posted by lukenick1
Ok great I am going to look into this. Why would I need to keep records of how much I spent on materials for winterizing and maintenance?
Sometimes a warranty company wants proof that you performed regular inspections and maintenance. They don't cover wear and tear, but do pay for failures. Keeping good documentation of procedures and costs will help prove that was done. Example: If you can show records that you winterized in the fall, and your water pump fails the next season, the warranty will likely cover the replacement. Good Sam has covered a water pump and replaced a refrigerator for me - only cost me a couple hundred dollars.
If you can afford to cover these costs out of pocket and outside your monthly household budget, you can skip a warranty and save the money. Warranties from dealers are usually expensive and restrictive, as stated earlier.
You can contact Camping World (visit their website) and inquire about a Good Sam warranty. You don't have to buy it if you don't like it.
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