From Kirkland RV.
RVs are not cheap vehicles, and major repairs can end up costing owners thousands of dollars. Because an extended RV warranty is an insurance option available to RV owners, the latest article from Kirkland RV takes a look at some of the pros and cons associated with extended warranties.
The article states that, “Understanding their purpose and value, as well as having the right expectations, can make an extended warranty well worth the money.”
Kirkland RV begins by clarifying the difference between a standard and extended warranty. While standard warranties are issued by the manufacturer and included in the original price, extended warranties can be separate from the manufacturer’s warranty and can cover a period of time beyond the original warranty.
Extended warranties can be incredibly valuable for RV owners. The article states that the reason for this is because, “Repairs on your RV can cost upwards of several thousand dollars, which would be a devastating hit to your bank account.” Having a warranty that will cover for these large, and often unexpected repairs, can be a serious life-saver for many RV owners.
One of the many mistakes RV owners make is to assume that an extended RV warranty will cover all maintenance expenses. One of the downsides to extended RV warranty is that they do not cover non-significant, regular maintenance tasks.
To read the full story by Kirkland RV, click here.