When you invest in an RV, it makes sense that you’d want to protect that investment. That’s where an RV warranty comes into play. But if you want to go above and beyond normal RV coverage, you can look into extended warranty options for your RV.
Here, we’ll answer a few key questions about extended warranties for your RV and whether they’re worth the investment.
If you choose to invest in an extended RV warranty, you’ll usually do so at the point of purchase. The dealership typically will offer extended warranties to customers who are purchasing RVs. Fortunately, that’s not the only opportunity you’ll have to invest in an extended warranty. In most cases, you’ll be able to come back to the dealership after your purchase and apply for an extended warranty at a later date. There are certain time requirements you’ll need to meet, so make sure you ask about those if you need a little bit of time to think about whether or not you really need the extended warranty.
Purchasing an extended warranty for your RV depends on the kind of coverage you want to have. If you’re going to be using your RV extensively or exclusively, it may be worth the investment.