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Old 09-30-2014, 08:33 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Rustic Eagle View Post

Yep, what they said. We didn't purchase it and didn't on our TT or 5er. If Momma's happy.................
Happy wife............happy life.
Don't second guess.......just go enjoy your rig.

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Old 10-03-2014, 02:04 PM   #12
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Good day all,

We are in the same position: just ordered a Precept an dthe dealer now offers us 3 extended warranties.
Ever since the start of the crisis (we live in Holland / Europe) we decided not to insure anything anymore which we could afford to replace. Of course the new rig needs to be insured but the repairs, I can afford.

Still, being foreigners we feel it might take some hassle form you. We will fly over 3 times a year, make use of our MH, send it for maintainance once a year and for the rest have fun with it. We realize something will break down in due time and we think it might be easy to call the insurance and take care of it.

Tyres & rims & roadside ass: 650 / 5 years
Treatment and coverage of all fabric, carpet etc: 495 / 5 years
7 years warranty (3rd party) on all working components of the MH incl parts/labor: 3095 / 7 years

Bit of an issue is there already is 2 years warranty by Jayco.
So mixed feelings: principles (only necessary insurances) or ..........

Thing is that, being Dutchmen, we are not really up-to-date with service of insurance companies in the US.

Glad we don't have to decide on it today.

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Old 10-06-2014, 07:13 PM   #13
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I bought the same coverage that you described for our Precept. I think I wouldn't do it again, as I believe the dealer ripped us off, and there are better and cheaper plans available.
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Old 10-06-2014, 07:43 PM   #14
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I purchased same from dealer recommended third part Chicago based American protection something kicks in after jayco..not sure if I did the right thing...but somehow it felt better doing than not..first rig for us live and learn
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Old 10-06-2014, 08:30 PM   #15
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Its not the deal you get, its the deal you think you get. If it gives you peace of mind it's worth it.
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Old 10-07-2014, 04:43 AM   #16
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Thank you all.
@charlieC: now this doesn't give me peace of mind at all . There is nothing worse if you think you got things covered and in the end you don't.

When I read back I see guys who say no for reasons as CharlieC brought forward and there are guys who have purchased the warrantie(s) and are comfortable with it. Not because service was great or the service was exactly as it was expected but just because "peace of mind" etc.
I am hoping for these (missing) reactions / posts to get me across the line.
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Old 10-07-2014, 09:06 AM   #17
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In 2005 we purchased the extended warrantee thru our Jayco dealer around $ 2,000 if we didn't use it we would get $ 1,000 back at the end . Never had a issue with the jayco Designer quest what a year before the contract was up the company that the insurance was thru went under so no money back . The new pinnacle I am self insured

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