UNBEATABLE RV EXTENDED WARRANTY COVERAGE


ARW offers the ultimate peace of mind
for the road ahead.



UNBEATABLE RV EXTENDED WARRANTY COVERAGE


ARW offers the ultimate peace of mind for the road ahead.


(844) 200-7314

THE BEST RV WARRANTY

RV PROTECTION FROM COAST TO COAST

  • Motorhomes: class A, Class B, & Class C
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheels
  • Toy Haulers
  • New RVs or Used RVs

THE BEST RV WARRANTY

RV PROTECTION FROM COAST TO COAST

  • Motorhomes: class A, Class B, & Class C
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheels
  • Toy Haulers
  • New RVs or Used RVs

When your recreational vehicle breaks down, repairs are expensive. ARW’s RV warranty plans protect RVers from unexpected repair costs. Our plans cover a wide range of mechanical components, from engines and fresh water systems to air conditioners, water heaters, slide-out mechanisms, accessories, and more. Founded by warranty-coverage experts with over 50 years’ experience, ARW brings peace of mind, trusted protection, and savings for any type of RV, from diesel engine Class As to travel trailers. Our award-winning administrative team works hard to bring you reliable coverage and great service. And our plans offer useful features that you won’t find with any other warranty company.

THE BEST RV WARRANTY

RV PROTECTION FROM COAST TO COAST

  • Motorhomes: class A, Class B, & Class C
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheels
  • Toy Haulers
  • New RVs or Used RVs

THE BEST RV WARRANTY

RV PROTECTION FROM COAST TO COAST

  • Motorhomes: class A, Class B, & Class C
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheels
  • Toy Haulers
  • New RVs or Used RVs

When your recreational vehicle breaks down, repairs are expensive. ARW’s RV warranty plans protect RVers from unexpected repair costs. Our plans cover a wide range of mechanical components, from engines and fresh water systems to air conditioners, water heaters, slide-out mechanisms, accessories, and more. Founded by warranty-coverage experts with over 50 years’ experience, ARW brings peace of mind, trusted protection, and savings for any type of RV, from diesel engine Class As to travel trailers. Our award-winning administrative team works hard to bring you reliable coverage and great service. And our plans offer useful features that you won’t find with any other warranty company.

Types of RVs We Cover

Large Class A motorhome with diesel engine

MOTOR HOME COVERAGE

towable travel trailer with slideouts and awning

TOWABLE RV COVERAGE

From comprehensive coverage to exclusionary warranty plans, we’ve got versatile coverage options for your towable, travel trailer, or motorhome.

ARW’s unique mobile RV mechanic coverage makes repairs easier and quicker—and it comes standard with every new warranty plan.


At a time when RV repair shops are facing month-long backlogs and staff shortages, many RV owners are turning to mobile RV mechanics to get repairs done in time.

The problem: Most RV warranty companies only accept mobile mechanic repairs when the RV is completely disabled. And they only pay a tiny portion of the service fee.

Until now.

For new customers, ARW now accepts repairs by mobile RV mechanics regardless of whether the vehicle is disabled.

Need your fridge repaired and don’t want your vehicle to sit in the shop for a month? Call a mobile mechanic, and ARW will cover it. We’ll even cover up to $500 of the service fee per issue—which comes in handy if the mechanic needs to make multiple visits to complete repairs.

Average Repair Costs

Even common RV repairs can hurt your wallet. All of these items are covered by our warranties.

Towable average cost of repairs
Towable average cost of repairs

WHY CHOOSE ARW?

Whether your rig is a brand new motorhome, a 5th wheel, or a used trailer, when something breaks on your RV, the cost of repair can be astronomical. That’s why many travelers living the RV life think it’s a good idea to have an extended RV warranty, also known as a service contract, to protect themselves against costly repairs. A warranty lets you enjoy your RV to the fullest on the open road.

Just as RVers want the best RV for their money, they also want the best coverage at the best price. That’s where America’s RV Warranty comes in. No other warranty provider delivers the quality customer service or solid RV warranty coverage that ARW offers.

THE BEST RV WARRANTY. PERIOD.

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REPAIRS YOUR WAY, ANYWHERE

Our coverage can be used with any licensed repair facility or mobile mechanic in the USA or Canada.

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PARTNERS, NOT BROKERS

We’re partners with our administrator, so we work closely together to process claims and resolve issues.

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NO INSPECTION REQUIRED

Other warranty companies make you pay a third-party inspector before the warranty period, and can use this inspection against you later.

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BACKED BY A-RATED INSURANCE

ARW provides reliable coverage that will last for the long-haul.

THE BEST RV WARRANTY. PERIOD.

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DEDICATED CLAIMS TEAM

With other warranty companies you are left to deal with the claims administrator during a claim. At ARW, our dedicated claims team ensures a hassle free experience.

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TRANSFERABLE COVERAGE

If you sell your RV, you can use the coverage to boost the value and provide peace of mind for the buyer.

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WE PAY ACTUAL COST

ARW pays full retail for brand new parts and covers diagnosis fees. That means less hassle and less out-of-pocket.

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BBB® ACCREDITED

We deliver quality service where it counts, and our A+ rated Better Business Bureau (BBB®) business profile shows it.

ARW RV at the beach

BENEFITS OF OUR WARRANTY PLANS

In addition to our mobile mechanic coverage, ARW goes above and beyond to bring RVers peace of mind and budget protection. No one does RV protection like America’s RV Warranty.

UNDERSTANDING RV WARRANTIES

RV warranties are known by many names. Some companies call them RV extended service contracts, others call them an RV extended service warranty (or simply an “extended warranty”). While technically a warranty can only be offered by a manufacturer, RV warranties offer the same–sometimes better–protection for your RV when compared to the manufacturer.

For the sake of clarity, RV warranties are really service contracts. These contracts dictate that when certain items on a RV break down mechanically, the warranty will cover some of the cost of repairs. Each warranty policy features a deductible.

This deductible is paid by the RV owner to the repair shop. When a repair is covered by the plan, the warranty will then step in and help cover the cost of parts and labor to fix the issue (terms and conditions apply).

ARW offers different plan options that cover different sets of items on the RV. This allows us to offer a plan to fit every RV and budget. We know that RV owners are happiest when they make an informed decision, so if you have any questions, please check the FAQ section below or call us at 844-970-0084.

WHAT'S COVERED?

ARW’s plans cover repair costs for all the major items on an RV. Whether you’re looking for engine protection or coverage for coach items like rooftop air conditioning, ARW has a plan for your rig.

  • Engine
  • Drivetrain
    • Transmission
    • Drive Axle
    • Steering
    • Fuel Delivery
  • Chassis Air Conditioning
  • Electrical
  • Suspension
  • Brake
  • Fresh/Waste Water System
  • Heating System
  • Appliances
  • Interior & Exterior
  • Slide-out Mechanism
  • Kitchen Center
  • LP Gas System
  • Hi-Tech
  • Leveling System
  • Power Step
  • Roof/Basement AC
  • Generator/Power Plant
  • Entertainment
  • Wear & Tear
  • Seal & Gaskets

For in-depth coverage details, please visit our Plans page and select your RV type.

Comprehensive Protection

ARW’s warranty plans offer full protection against malfunctions and breakdowns, but there are exclusions to coverage. Physical damage, such as from accidents or weather, is not covered by any warranty–instead this will be covered by RV insurance. Remember, warranties cover repairs needed from regular, daily operation, while insurance covers issues from weather, accidents, vandalism, etc.

Other exclusions include maintenance and items that are replaced during maintenance. These items include brake pads and oil filters, for example. And finally, non-mechanical components are not covered. For example, if an RV’s kitchen refrigerator stops cooling, that falls under warranty coverage, since the repair will almost certainly have to do with the mechanical function of the refrigerator. If the refrigerator’s handle is loose and needs to be replaced, that would not be covered, as the refrigerator still fulfills its function of cooling food and beverages.

If you have questions about what exactly is covered, feel free to check out a sample contract. We think we have transparent terms, but then again we do this every day, so if you have any questions, please call us at 844-970-0084.

Benefits of Our RV Warranty Plans

In addition to our mobile mechanic coverage, ARW goes above and beyond to bring RVers peace of mind and budget protection. The value-added perks mentioned below are found in all our plans, from comprehensive protection plans to exclusionary plans. They’re also not dependent on the plan length, deductible, or plan cost. When it comes to RV protection, every RV deserves excellent customer service.

ARW RV at the beach

Stellar Customer Service

When you need repairs, ARW is there with a quick response that puts the customer first. Since we are partners, not just brokers, with our administrator, we’re able to ensure a speedy and transparent claims process. We have our own claims success representatives whose sole job is to ensure prompt and accurate communication between the RV owner, the repair center, the administrator, and ARW.

Additional Benefits

Besides the unbeatable warranty service, a plan from ARW comes with a few bonus features. We offer roadside assistance and additional warranty add-ons like wheel and tire coverage. We’ll shop your RV and auto insurance rates to ensure you’re getting the best deal. And our plans come with member benefits that include discounts on things like RV camping and pet benefits like pet insurance. We love our furry friends, so we want to help RVers make their lifestyle pet-friendly.

Specialty RVs

At this time, ARW offers an RV motorhome extended warranty for class A, B, and C motorhomes. We also offer warranties for towable RVs like travel trailers and fifth wheel trailers.

We do not currently offer warranty plans or specialty coverage for park models, horse trailers, or pop-up campers. Some specialty RVs are eligible for RV insurance, however.

Our Track Record

In the last few years, America’s RV Warranty has emerged as an industry leader. Our team is filled with professionals, some of us RVers ourselves, with long-standing knowledge in the general area of warranties. We are dedicated to helping our customers live the RV lifestyle economically and with peace of mind when they need it most.



REVIEWS


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

An extended warranty protects recreational vehicle owners from unexpected costs when something breaks down.
RV repairs can be expensive. Our warranties offer peace of mind by covering those repair costs and getting you back on the road.

We cover all the essential mechanical components, systems, and appliances that keep your vehicle functioning, from the motor (we cover gas and diesel engines) and transmission to the septic, refrigerator, AC, water heater, fresh water system, slide-outs, and more.

An RV has all the potential issues of a house and a vehicle, so it's no surprise that even well-constructed units commonly suffer mechanical failure.
RV manufacturers don't have the ability to build every item themselves, so they purchase many of the systems and appliances from third party companies, which can cause quality control problems in even top-of-the-line models.

Approximately 30% of RVs will break down within two years of use. Almost 80% will need repairs by their fifth year of operation, and almost all will break down within ten years.

Here are a few quick reasons why we think we're the clear choice for RV owners:

  1. We are a partner, not just a broker, with our plan administrator. This means we work closely with them to ensure that customers receive the coverage that they purchased as quickly, conveniently, and transparently as possible.
  2. Our plans are backed by an A-rated insurance company, so your coverage is guaranteed no matter what.
  3. Our customers can use any repair facility in the US or Canada, and we pay the facility directly without labor rate negotiation.
  4. No RV inspection is needed to begin coverage. Companies often use the inspection as a way to deny warranty claims later.
  5. We provide dedicated account managers, not just pushy salespeople, to ensure prompt communication and transparency throughout the life of your plan. Our excellent customer service department gives customers the attention they need to get back on the road.

While most companies only allow you to use a mobile mechanic when your RV is completely disabled, ARW lets you use a mobile mechanic any time, for any repair. Since mobile mechanics require a service fee, ARW will cover up to $500 of any reasonable service fees for a given issue.

America's RV Warranty provides coverage that is backed by an A-rated insurance company.

Beware of RV warranty companies who offer coverage backed by risk retention groups. These companies could go out of business and leave you without coverage or a refund. By choosing a company with coverage that is backed by an insurance policy, you can rest assured that you're covered for the long term.

The term "extended" means that the coverage lasts for much longer than a manufacturer's warranty, which is often a one year warranty.
Technically, extended warranties are not warranties—they are vehicle service contracts which cover repair costs in the event of a mechanical breakdown. Warranties can only be offered by RV manufacturers.

However, they function just like a warranty and cover the same things a warranty covers, so throughout the RV industry they are known as extended warranties.

The simple answer is that extended warranties (like the ones offered by ARW) and vehicle service contracts are the same thing. These are contracts between a third party company and an RV owner that protect the owner against the high cost of repair when items on the RV break down mechanically.

In its most technical sense, a warranty can only be offered by a manufacturer, but as we’ve stated above, our extended warranties offer the same, if not better, coverage than what the manufacturer offers.

So there should be a clear distinction between a manufacturer’s warranty and any service contract. A manufacturer’s warranty is offered by the company that builds the RV, and typically protects the buyer against the replacement cost of some or all parts of the RV.

The benefits of a manufacturer’s warranty are short-lived, often lasting only a year. Even then, there are limitations to a manufacturer warranty. For instance, some of them do not cover labor, only parts. This is why many RVers see the value in purchasing an extended warranty even while their RV is still under coverage from the manufacturer.

A warranty and an RV insurance policy cover different issues. In simplest terms, insurance covers accidents and damage, while warranty policies offer a service plan to cover the costs of mechanical failures and breakdowns.

This means that RV insurance assists with major repairs caused by physical damage, but doesn't help travelers with normal, everyday breakdowns. A warranty/service contract helps RVers plan their travel budget by removing the fear of a large repair bill caused by a major mechanical failure.

Note: Depending on the RV class, a liability insurance policy may be required to operate the rig. Motorhomes require this coverage since they are motor vehicles, but travel trailers do not.

For more information, read our blog post on the subject.

You might need coverage earlier than you think. Manufacturer's warranties cover different items for different lengths of time, and some RV manufacturers offer only limited warranties that cover the first year after the RV purchase.

By purchasing coverage while your manufacturer warranty is still in effect, you can lock in a better rate. Used RVs and older rigs cost significantly more to cover, so much so that owners often spend less total for more years of coverage when they buy early.

Our warranties cover all items for the duration of the plan, so purchasing while you still have manufacturer's coverage helps you avoid a lapse in coverage.

Keep in mind that many manufacturer warranties are not transferable, so even if your recreational vehicle is new to you, it may not come with a warranty. Ask the selling dealer to be sure.

Yes! Each warranty plan comes with a number of optional benefits for your RV, including things like roadside assistance, towing, and travel expense reimbursement.

In addition, your plan includes free enrollment in Emergency Alert Network and Money Tips, programs that protect your wallet and your loved ones. Visit our Benefits page for more information.

Yes! We love full-time RVers. Call us at 844-200-7314 to hear all about it!

While the mention of exclusions might sound sinister, exclusionary policies are actually the most complete protection plans available in the RV industry.

The term "exclusionary" refers to the way covered items are defined, and exclusionary plans are often defined in contrast to comprehensive coverage. Learn more about both types of coverage on our blog post about the different policy types.

The bottom line: either type of policy will help during a mechanical breakdown, and you should choose the one that fits your needs and your budget.

There are so many factors that affect the cost of RV warranty coverage: the plan length, the details of RV, the level of coverage desired. It’s impossible to give out one price. Even a range is difficult. The least expensive travel trailer plans start at around $1500. And of course, there are plenty of RV repair bills in excess of $1500, and most RVs need major repairs in their first several years on the road, which makes a warranty a cost-effective, budget-friendly alternative to a simple savings account.

If there are leaks or line breaks in an RVs plumbing, an RV warranty will cover the cost to repair those lines. This is true of motorhome coverage and trailer coverage. However, the cost to repair or replace items that have suffered from water damage is not covered by an RV warranty. Damage from water is instead covered by RV insurance. For a more detailed coverage comparison between a warranty and insurance, check out our blog post on the differences.

An RV warranty protects the RV owner against expensive repair bills when items on the RV suffer mechanical breakdown. When the RVer takes their rig to a repair facility or uses a mobile mechanic, the warranty will pay for parts and labor minus a deductible (terms and conditions apply to the amount paid).

For example: An RV owner’s rooftop air conditioner no longer cools properly. If they have ARW, they can call a mobile mechanic. The mechanic decides the rooftop air conditioner has to be replaced. The RV owner pays the deductible set by their plan directly to the mechanic, and ARW covers the remaining cost for parts, labor, and mobile mechanic’s service fee (sometimes called a trip charge).

We think they are. But you’ll ultimately have to decide for yourself. An RV warranty has the advantage over a simple savings account that your protection isn’t limited by how much you have saved. Many RVers prefer the peace of mind and budget protection they receive when they have a warranty, especially once they’ve used it for repairs.

Plus, when you have a warranty, you’re not constantly worrying about whether or not you’re getting taken advantage of at the repair shop.

You can use any licensed repair facility or mobile mechanic in the United States or Canada—we'll even pay the service fee to the mobile mechanic.

Some people prefer to return to their dealership for repairs. That's fine with us, and it does not affect your service plan.

We walk you through the steps on our Claims page.

All you have to do is inform the repair facility that you have a service plan and mention that ARW is your warranty provider.

We'll take care of the rest.

If you have an emergency after regular business hours, you can call our 24/7 concierge service to receive roadside assistance. They will also help you to submit a claim online.

Nope. We pay the repair facility directly for any covered repairs.

No. The deductible is charged per claim, which is essentially per visit to the repair facility.

If you go in for repairs, whether you need one covered item repaired or ten, you'll pay the same deductible.

Yes! If your RV or tow vehicle breaks down roadside or is immobile in a campground or RV Park, we'll tow it to the nearest RV repair center.

America's RV Warranty protects against breakdowns, so we're here for you when the unexpected happens. Preventing those issues is the RV owner's responsibility, and maintenance is the best protection against breakdowns in the first place.

Yes. If you sell your RV, you can transfer the coverage to the buyer. The warranty acts as an incentive to buy: because the new owner has no experience with the vehicle, a warranty assures them that they have coverage for problems that may arise.

We offer plan lengths from one to eight years, which is longer than any other nationwide company.

Plan lengths depend on the make, model, age, and mileage of the RV—coverage extending to the 8th year is only available on newer units. To learn your vehicle’s eligibility, get a free quote.

No. Warranty companies that require an inspection often use it against their customers during the claims process.

Yes. If you change our mind about your warranty, you can cancel any time. During the first 60 days of your plan, you will receive 100% of your money back. After that, you’ll receive a pro-rated refund.

Unlike coverage financed through a dealership, with ARW you’ll receive your refund in less than 30 days. That’s better than waiting until the end of your loan to see a refund.

Yes. We want Rvers to be able to get coverage that perfectly fits their needs, so we offer multiple levels of coverage—from drivetrain coverage to exclusionary policies. Click to view motorhome plans or towable plans.

We also offer optional coverages such as wheel & tire, navigational (including items like the compass and GPS system), power surge, and consequential damage.

Customers can also get a good deal by purchasing roadside assistance at a discount when they sign up. It's always a good idea to have help ready to go when you're stranded on the side of the road. 

RVers save a lot of money in the long run by purchasing their warranty products directly from warranty providers instead of through RV dealers.

RV dealers make a substantial commission off the sale of the warranty coverage, sometimes more than off the sale of the rig itself. The cost of the plan is often financed, which means that you are paying interest on an already-expensive plan.

Of course! Like any reputable company, we make all contract details and paperwork available online for all to see.

To view a sample contract, visit either our Motorhome Coverage page or our Towable Coverage page, then scroll down to find the "Terms of Service" button. That will provide you with our most up-to-date terms.

An extended warranty protects recreational vehicle owners from unexpected costs when something breaks down.
RV repairs can be expensive. Our warranties offer peace of mind by covering those repair costs and getting you back on the road.

We cover all the essential mechanical components, systems, and appliances that keep your vehicle functioning, from the motor (we cover gas and diesel engines) and transmission to the septic, refrigerator, AC, water heater, fresh water system, slide-outs, and more.

An RV has all the potential issues of a house and a vehicle, so it's no surprise that even well-constructed units commonly suffer mechanical failure.
RV manufacturers don't have the ability to build every item themselves, so they purchase many of the systems and appliances from third party companies, which can cause quality control problems in even top-of-the-line models.

Approximately 30% of RVs will break down within two years of use. Almost 80% will need repairs by their fifth year of operation, and almost all will break down within ten years.

Here are a few quick reasons why we think we're the clear choice for RV owners:

  1. We are a partner, not just a broker, with our plan administrator. This means we work closely with them to ensure that customers receive the coverage that they purchased as quickly, conveniently, and transparently as possible.
  2. Our plans are backed by an A-rated insurance company, so your coverage is guaranteed no matter what.
  3. Our customers can use any repair facility in the US or Canada, and we pay the facility directly without labor rate negotiation.
  4. No RV inspection is needed to begin coverage. Companies often use the inspection as a way to deny warranty claims later.
  5. We provide dedicated account managers, not just pushy salespeople, to ensure prompt communication and transparency throughout the life of your plan. Our excellent customer service department gives customers the attention they need to get back on the road.

While most companies only allow you to use a mobile mechanic when your RV is completely disabled, ARW lets you use a mobile mechanic any time, for any repair. Since mobile mechanics require a service fee, ARW will cover up to $500 of any reasonable service fees for a given issue.

America's RV Warranty provides coverage that is backed by an A-rated insurance company.

Beware of RV warranty companies who offer coverage backed by risk retention groups. These companies could go out of business and leave you without coverage or a refund. By choosing a company with coverage that is backed by an insurance policy, you can rest assured that you're covered for the long term.

The term "extended" means that the coverage lasts for much longer than a manufacturer's warranty, which is often a one year warranty.
Technically, extended warranties are not warranties—they are vehicle service contracts which cover repair costs in the event of a mechanical breakdown. Warranties can only be offered by RV manufacturers.

However, they function just like a warranty and cover the same things a warranty covers, so throughout the RV industry they are known as extended warranties.

The simple answer is that extended warranties (like the ones offered by ARW) and vehicle service contracts are the same thing. These are contracts between a third party company and an RV owner that protect the owner against the high cost of repair when items on the RV break down mechanically.

In its most technical sense, a warranty can only be offered by a manufacturer, but as we’ve stated above, our extended warranties offer the same, if not better, coverage than what the manufacturer offers.

So there should be a clear distinction between a manufacturer’s warranty and any service contract. A manufacturer’s warranty is offered by the company that builds the RV, and typically protects the buyer against the replacement cost of some or all parts of the RV.

The benefits of a manufacturer’s warranty are short-lived, often lasting only a year. Even then, there are limitations to a manufacturer warranty. For instance, some of them do not cover labor, only parts. This is why many RVers see the value in purchasing an extended warranty even while their RV is still under coverage from the manufacturer.

A warranty and an RV insurance policy cover different issues. In simplest terms, insurance covers accidents and damage, while warranty policies offer a service plan to cover the costs of mechanical failures and breakdowns.

This means that RV insurance assists with major repairs caused by physical damage, but doesn't help travelers with normal, everyday breakdowns. A warranty/service contract helps RVers plan their travel budget by removing the fear of a large repair bill caused by a major mechanical failure.

Note: Depending on the RV class, a liability insurance policy may be required to operate the rig. Motorhomes require this coverage since they are motor vehicles, but travel trailers do not.

For more information, read our blog post on the subject.

You might need coverage earlier than you think. Manufacturer's warranties cover different items for different lengths of time, and some RV manufacturers offer only limited warranties that cover the first year after the RV purchase.

By purchasing coverage while your manufacturer warranty is still in effect, you can lock in a better rate. Used RVs and older rigs cost significantly more to cover, so much so that owners often spend less total for more years of coverage when they buy early.

Our warranties cover all items for the duration of the plan, so purchasing while you still have manufacturer's coverage helps you avoid a lapse in coverage.

Keep in mind that many manufacturer warranties are not transferable, so even if your recreational vehicle is new to you, it may not come with a warranty. Ask the selling dealer to be sure.

Yes! Each warranty plan comes with a number of optional benefits for your RV, including things like roadside assistance, towing, and travel expense reimbursement.

In addition, your plan includes free enrollment in Emergency Alert Network and Money Tips, programs that protect your wallet and your loved ones. Visit our Benefits page for more information.

Yes! We love full-time RVers. Call us at 844-200-7314 to hear all about it!

While the mention of exclusions might sound sinister, exclusionary policies are actually the most complete protection plans available in the RV industry.

The term "exclusionary" refers to the way covered items are defined, and exclusionary plans are often defined in contrast to comprehensive coverage. Learn more about both types of coverage on our blog post about the different policy types.

The bottom line: either type of policy will help during a mechanical breakdown, and you should choose the one that fits your needs and your budget.

There are so many factors that affect the cost of RV warranty coverage: the plan length, the details of RV, the level of coverage desired. It’s impossible to give out one price. Even a range is difficult. The least expensive travel trailer plans start at around $1500. And of course, there are plenty of RV repair bills in excess of $1500, and most RVs need major repairs in their first several years on the road, which makes a warranty a cost-effective, budget-friendly alternative to a simple savings account.

If there are leaks or line breaks in an RVs plumbing, an RV warranty will cover the cost to repair those lines. This is true of motorhome coverage and trailer coverage. However, the cost to repair or replace items that have suffered from water damage is not covered by an RV warranty. Damage from water is instead covered by RV insurance. For a more detailed coverage comparison between a warranty and insurance, check out our blog post on the differences.

An RV warranty protects the RV owner against expensive repair bills when items on the RV suffer mechanical breakdown. When the RVer takes their rig to a repair facility or uses a mobile mechanic, the warranty will pay for parts and labor minus a deductible (terms and conditions apply to the amount paid).

For example: An RV owner’s rooftop air conditioner no longer cools properly. If they have ARW, they can call a mobile mechanic. The mechanic decides the rooftop air conditioner has to be replaced. The RV owner pays the deductible set by their plan directly to the mechanic, and ARW covers the remaining cost for parts, labor, and mobile mechanic’s service fee (sometimes called a trip charge).

We think they are. But you’ll ultimately have to decide for yourself. An RV warranty has the advantage over a simple savings account that your protection isn’t limited by how much you have saved. Many RVers prefer the peace of mind and budget protection they receive when they have a warranty, especially once they’ve used it for repairs.

Plus, when you have a warranty, you’re not constantly worrying about whether or not you’re getting taken advantage of at the repair shop.

You can use any licensed repair facility or mobile mechanic in the United States or Canada—we'll even pay the service fee to the mobile mechanic.

Some people prefer to return to their dealership for repairs. That's fine with us, and it does not affect your service plan.

We walk you through the steps on our Claims page.

All you have to do is inform the repair facility that you have a service plan and mention that ARW is your warranty provider.

We'll take care of the rest.

If you have an emergency after regular business hours, you can call our 24/7 concierge service to receive roadside assistance. They will also help you to submit a claim online.

Nope. We pay the repair facility directly for any covered repairs.

No. The deductible is charged per claim, which is essentially per visit to the repair facility.

If you go in for repairs, whether you need one covered item repaired or ten, you'll pay the same deductible.

Yes! If your RV or tow vehicle breaks down roadside or is immobile in a campground or RV Park, we'll tow it to the nearest RV repair center.

America's RV Warranty protects against breakdowns, so we're here for you when the unexpected happens. Preventing those issues is the RV owner's responsibility, and maintenance is the best protection against breakdowns in the first place.

Yes. If you sell your RV, you can transfer the coverage to the buyer. The warranty acts as an incentive to buy: because the new owner has no experience with the vehicle, a warranty assures them that they have coverage for problems that may arise.

We offer plan lengths from one to eight years, which is longer than any other nationwide company.

Plan lengths depend on the make, model, age, and mileage of the RV—coverage extending to the 8th year is only available on newer units. To learn your vehicle’s eligibility, get a free quote.

No. Warranty companies that require an inspection often use it against their customers during the claims process.

Yes. If you change our mind about your warranty, you can cancel any time. During the first 60 days of your plan, you will receive 100% of your money back. After that, you’ll receive a pro-rated refund.

Unlike coverage financed through a dealership, with ARW you’ll receive your refund in less than 30 days. That’s better than waiting until the end of your loan to see a refund.

Yes. We want Rvers to be able to get coverage that perfectly fits their needs, so we offer multiple levels of coverage—from drivetrain coverage to exclusionary policies. Click to view motorhome plans or towable plans.

We also offer optional coverages such as wheel & tire, navigational (including items like the compass and GPS system), power surge, and consequential damage.

Customers can also get a good deal by purchasing roadside assistance at a discount when they sign up. It's always a good idea to have help ready to go when you're stranded on the side of the road. 

RVers save a lot of money in the long run by purchasing their warranty products directly from warranty providers instead of through RV dealers.

RV dealers make a substantial commission off the sale of the warranty coverage, sometimes more than off the sale of the rig itself. The cost of the plan is often financed, which means that you are paying interest on an already-expensive plan.

Of course! Like any reputable company, we make all contract details and paperwork available online for all to see.

To view a sample contract, visit either our Motorhome Coverage page or our Towable Coverage page, then scroll down to find the "Terms of Service" button. That will provide you with our most up-to-date terms.

America's RV Warranty is certified by the BBB (Better Business Bureau)
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