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Buy An RV Warranty This Winter Before Prices Increase
For RVers in the cooler climates of the United States and Canada, winterizing the RV comes around every year about this time. For those that already have an RV warranty, their concerns stop when the winterizing is complete. For those that do not have a warranty however, this is the time of year to analyze your risk and make a decision to purchase one before the prices increase in January.
Why RV warranty prices always go up on January 1st
On January 1st, the RV you own becomes one model year older. The older your RV is, the more risk for the RV warranty company, and thus, the possibility of additional cost for you. Additionally, your RV is one year closer to no longer being a candidate for an RV warranty. You stand the risk of surpassing the warranty provider’s cut-off date.
Wait…can I buy a warranty on a used RV?
Many RVers don’t realize they can buy an RV extended warranty for their current used RV. In fact, you can usually buy a warranty for an RV that is up to 15-years old, and if motorized…less than 100,000 miles. In fact, getting a quote from someone like Wholesale Warranties before you close the deal on your new-to-you RV is a great way to save money, both at the time of purchase and after the fact when unexpected repairs are needed.
The #1 Benefit of an RV Warranty is Peace of Mind. One of the most intimidating parts of RV travel can be the unknowns, and this includes a major breakdown.
This year, when you winterize your RV, consider buying a warranty before January 1st. It’s easy to get a free quote. Wholesale Warranties offers a comprehensive line of RV warranty coverage options. From Exclusionary Policies, to Listed Component, and even Powertrain coverage, their goal is to present you with the policy that best compliments your specific needs for your specific vehicle. Get your free RV warranty quote today.