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Old 06-13-2012, 08:59 PM   #1
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Warranty vs Road Side Assistance?

We are going to pick up our new Jayco 5th wheel soon from Indiana. They have asked me to take the Jayco Plus insurance. I know the Jayco has a good two year warranty but is it worth our while to add on the Jayco plus which takes the coverage up to five years. This would be good for replacing the Air conditioner, fridge or stoves if required.

Could I replace Jayco plus with Sams Club Roadside assistance?
What are your thoughts on Jayco Plus and Sams Club roadside assistance??

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Old 06-13-2012, 10:46 PM   #2
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With all the problems we have had with our new Jayco we are considering an extended warranty. We have until Jan 11 to make a decision.

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Old 06-14-2012, 08:11 AM   #3
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Warranty and road side service are not the same. I have an extended warranty and Geico provides roadside assitance for both my TV and Trailer. While you could have double roadside assitance plans you would not have a roadside assitance plan provide a warranty on your unit. You might look for an aftermarket warranty as well for comparison on pricing.

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As for the Warranties it seems that most people will never use them. Thru Jayco and the manufactures of bigger trailer items are mostly covered for two years. Most problems will show up in this time frame.
I think, It may be a good idea to combine both the Sams Club Roadside assistance and the Sams Club Extended Warranty. It may be good to have coverage from one company. But I do agree with someone from another forum who stated that it was good using Jayco Plus because they always came through. There was no jumping thru hops.
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