If you’re considering securing an RV extended warranty for your rig, it’s important to know that you have options! The research process can feel tedious and confusing, but that’s why we’re here to educate you. We want you to make an informed decision to safeguard your best financial interests. Extended RV warranties are a great way to protect your wallet in the likely event that your rig suffers a breakdown. But what kind should you get?
There are two main types of policies available: there are comprehensive RV warranties and exclusionary RV warranties. Wholesale Warranties offers both, plus a coach-only option. For each, there are pros and potential disadvantages to consider. In this blog, we go into detail about what an exclusionary policy is and why it’s a good idea to have one.
Level of Coverage
You might prefer to purchase an exclusionary RV warranty plan because it offers the highest available level of coverage. This is because except for the items explicitly written under the list of exclusions, all mechanical components are covered under the warranty. Some exclusions include pre-existing conditions and regular maintenance, which is standard. They also include aesthetic components, such as paint, fabric, and windows.
As opposed to comprehensive plans, exclusionary policies have a much wider breadth of coverage. Instead of covering just some of the main components and common failures, exclusionary RV warranties cover virtually all mechanical components. Exclusions will be listed clearly in your plan, so you will be clear on what specifically is not covered.
Why Have an Exclusionary Warranty?
An exclusionary coverage policy is ideal for the traveler who doesn’t want to risk their budget on unnecessary repair costs. Although comprehensive policies are more affordable, exclusionary warranties maximize coverage, offering the most potential for saving money on costly repairs. These policies maximize your peace of mind on the road ahead. For a full list of exclusions, you can speak with one of our knowledgeable RV Warranty Specialists. For a free RV warranty quote, fill out the form below: