BEAT GOOD SAM AND LA MESA BY A LOT. I recently purchased a 2014 Forza 38. I wanted a 7 year warranty, I purchased my RV from La Mesa in Quartzsite AZ. I was offered a warranty from La Mesa for almost $13,000 Good Sam $17,000 and Whole sale warranties $5000. I wanted bumper to bumper, Wheels and tires. I compared all three for customer service, complaints, reviews, BBB etc. The coverage was the same for all three same deductible except for GS which was $250 the others were $100.00. I called several repair facilities and out of the 10 I called all took all three warranties. Not one facility had anything but GOOD POSITIVE things about wholesale warranties, I also loved the fact that they pay the repair facility right on the spot so you do not have to advance the money other than the deductible. Good Sam pays you after they receive your billing except when you have your work done at Camping World.. La Mesa paid the same way. Looking at the cost difference I went with Wholesale. Things you need to remember about Diesel pushers (NEW) if your engine is a Cummings your engine is covered for 100,000 miles and if you Transmission is an Allison it is covered for 100,000 miles. Your extended warranty will never be used for either as they expire at 7 years or 100,000 which ever comes first. Wholesale knows this an instead of ripping you off they lower the price as to what they will have exposure to. GS and La Mesa charge you as if they will be paying for your engine and transmission, which will never happen. They were a pleasure to deal with, no BS and very quick to respond by email, I called after getting the quote they did not call me within 10 minutes. No pushing. I spent 15 minutes with Brittany and was done that lady gets it done. I could not be happier no muss no fuss. just a great price and stellar customer service.