RV warranty forever program is an insurance program that covers the repair costs of your recreational vehicle (RV) forever. The program is also known as lifetime warranty program.
To most people, the decision to buy an RV is a huge one as most RVs are expensive. Studies show that RV spare parts are also expensive. The program came into place in order to cushion RV owners from the expensive repair costs. The program is offered by a number of companies and all you need to do is register with the company of your choice.
Benefits of the lifetime warranty program
One of the main advantages of the program is that you get to enjoy RV repairs without deductibles. Once you register with your company of choice, the program pays for 100% of the spare parts and labor costs when you are travelling in the United States. The cool thing is that the warranty doesn’t expire.
Another advantage of the program is that it gives you peace of mind while driving as you don’t worry that you don’t have money to repair it in the event it broke down. When it breaks down you only need to buy the spare parts using the program. The program also pays for the repair costs.
If you approach most insurance companies, most of them don’t cover vehicles that are too old. The lifetime warranty program is designed for both new and old recreational vehicles. Different companies have different requirements when it comes to older vehicles. Carefully go through the requirements of each company before enlisting to the program.
Qualifications for the program
For your vehicle to qualify for the program it should be well maintained. Most insurance companies are very specific about this and will strictly inspect your car before they allow you into the program. Once your vehicle has been enlisted into the program, you have to regularly maintain it.
If you have a travel trailer you have to inspect the roof and seal it where necessary. You also need to annually inspect and clean the blower and combustion chamber. Some companies will also require you to inspect the hot water heater. The same case applies if you own a motorhome: You have to inspect the roof and seal it, inspect and clean the combustion chamber and blower, and maintain the hot water heater. In addition to this, some companies may require that you lubricate the suspension.
What is covered by the program?
The unique thing about the program is that coverage remains constant among all companies. The program will cover the following: