Living the RV Dream Episode 94 – Should I Purchase an Extended Warranty?

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Our guest today Stacy, Marketing Director for Wholesale Warranties

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8 thoughts on “Living the RV Dream Episode 94 – Should I Purchase an Extended Warranty?”

  1. Hey Robert,
    We’ve purchased our Chevy 1/2 ton crew cab and are now researching a travel trailer for our next adventure in life. We love your podcast and now found your website and YouTube page. So my question is about deamination, we’ve been told that some brands are more apt to do this than others due to the type of insulation that is used in their respective trailers . Could you explain this in more detail and which type of insulation we should be looking for? We plan to do our entire first year cruising around the country and want to purchase with the most knowledge can so we can do our due diligence and purchase with confidence. We have been looking at the Jayco Whitehawk 26rk by the way. Also do you recommend 1-2 yr old preowned or new? God bless and thank you for all you do for the rver’s out there.

    1. If you can get a good pre-owned in good condition that would probably be better, as they probably fixed everything that went wrong in the first year. Other than that, look for water damage if buying used. Look at the craftsmanship too. A lot of these in order to make them light, the furniture is made just a step above cardboard.

  2. OMG, I will admit all of your songs are very infectious and I mean that in a good way. lol I’m not rving or van dwelling just yet but I plan on doing it full-time eventually. In that time I’ve been planning things out and just doing preparation for it and warranty never crossed my mind. But now that I listen to your podcast that’s something that I’m going to have to look up. One of my fears is not having assistance or help of some sort if a major mechanical component of my RV brakes on the road. So hearing this podcast was very helpful and thank you for doing it.

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