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Podcast 162 features RV Warranty Connection

Podcast 162 features RV Warranty Connection

Podcast 162 starts off with a salute to the Go RVing program, which celebrated its 20th anniversary at this week’s National RV Trade Show.

Today’s guest is Todd Henson, the director of sales and marketing at RV Warranty Connection, which is headquartered in Athens, Texas. The company offers extended warranties to people who buy RVs from third-party sellers.

Thanks to RV Warranty Connection, the buyers of these units can enjoy the peace of mind of having an extended warranty. All they need to do is get the RV inspected to qualify for the same types of warranties available from the same companies that provide them to RV dealers.

Henson explains what the warranties cover and what they don’t, and he describes other services that are available to RV owners, such as tire and wheel protection and emergency roadside assistance.

RVs are going to break – guaranteed – and some of the repairs can be extremely expensive.  Worse, they sometimes break when people are traveling away from the dealer that typically services their RVs. When that happens, it can be difficult to get service, but if the owner has an extended warranty, the dealers are more often willing to squeeze them into the service bay to get them back on their way quickly.

Buying an extended warranty is a big investment, but if you intend to use your RV, especially travel in your RV, then having the insurance will bring a great deal of peace of mind when – not if – when the RV requires repair.

For more information about RV Warranty Connection to see what kind of coverage they can get to protect their investment, visit or call 877.540.4272.

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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