Winter can mean a lot of different things to RVers. Some travelers are hitting the road for sunny snowbird destinations. Others are saying goodbye to their home-on-wheels while they wait out the cold months in storage. With all of this going on, it can be easy to ignore the most important RV decision you’ll make all winter long…securing RV protection!
At the beginning of each new year, all vehicles in-service are considered one model year older, and this effects RV protection in two major ways:
- As of January 1, 2023, all RVs become one model year older, raising the cost of RV warranties on all units
- Motorhomes aged 2002 and older will no longer be eligible for coverage of any kind, and 2007 motorhomes will lose access to comprehensive coverage levels
- All towable vehicles aged 2007 and older will no longer be eligible for RV Warranty coverage of any kind after January 1, 2023
Why do you need RV Protection?
Its simple: RVs breakdown, and the cost to repair them is only going up. A lot of RVers don’t factor in repair costs when they’re planning their budget, and the first breakdown they hit can sideline their trip. Extended RV warranties provide coverage against common and expensive failures, stepping in to pay for items you use everyday, like the A/C, generator, refrigerator, leveling system, and even your diesel engine. These items can suffer a mechanical failure at any time, and without any warning. With an RV warranty in place, you won’t have to worry about the financial side of a breakdown, allowing you to travel with peace of mind.
Take a look at the graphic to the right to see just how much your next RV repair might cost. Without an RV warranty in place, do you have room in your budget for these repairs?