RV Repairs are expensive, and prices are only going up. In fact, most RV repair facilities have labor rates at or above the $100 per hour mark. The cost of parts will of course depend on the repair, but we do know that the nationwide average cost of parts will be about double the cost of labor. So for every $100 per hour spent on labor, the average cost of parts will sit around $200, for a total of $300 per hour worked on your RV. The increased cost of labor coupled with the exponential rise in value for new and complex RV parts leaves one wondering how anyone keeps their rig on the road. So, how do they do it? Savvy RVers know that the best way to save money on RV Repairs is not to pay for them.
…that’s right. RVers are protecting their travel budgets by investing in RV Warranty policies. These RV Extended Warranty plans will pick up the repair bill for most major mechanical breakdowns your rig might suffer, allowing you to pay one low deductible, and get back on the road.
Which RV Warranty Plan is Right for You?
When looking to save money by securing an RV Extended Warranty for your motorhome or towable RV, the first question you have to ask yourself is: what kind of risk am I willing to take on? Every RVer is different, and while some may only want to cover the most expensive potential repair bills, others may want to safeguard themselves from nearly every mechanical breakdown their rig might suffer. Work one-on-one with our knowledgeable RV Warranty Specialists to tailor a plan that meets your specific needs!
To see what it might cost you to kick RV Repair Expenses to the curb, request a quote below, and let us pick up your next repair bill!