Help! I am trying to figure out which company for an extended warrantee and for Road Service.
Are they separate policies?
The one thru Go RV Network looks pretty good. Not as inclusive as what the dealer is selling, but not as expensive either. I have to study the differences in coverage a bit.
Good Sam's warranty seemed priced pretty high.
Does anyone have any words of wisdom as to who to stay away from?
The good news is Alstate, my current car/house/earthquake coverage is quoting me a pretty low rate on the RV. I talked to my agent and asked "what if a tree falls on it and it is damaged? Se said that would be covered under the comprehensive part of the policy. So maybe I'm less worried about parking it here in the "Merikay Woods."
I have a request out for a couple of other quotes, but I think I'll go with them rather than the unknown. That part is easier because we are not full timers. I hear you need different insurance when you are.
SO MUCH TO THINK ABOUT! I told Craig it's like buying a puppy. The purchase price is just the beginning! I've had more than one "free puppy" that broke the budget. But we loved them and we will love our RV.
I bought plastic waste basket bags today for the Alfa. And looked at foam mattress pads at COSTCO.
I had a terrible day yesterday. I'll probably write about it sometime soon. I'm also holding off on writing about the details of the Alfa until it passes the inspection and all is settled. Don't want to jinks it.