Whether you’ve got a motorhome, a travel trailer, a toy hauler, or a fifth wheel, America’s RV Warranty has unbeatable coverage to protect both your rig and your peace of mind.
With plan lengths ranging from up to 8 years and warranty coverage available for RVs up to 20 years old, ARW has something for every RVer. Our additional offers, like roadside assistance and RV insurance, make ARW the place to get protection for your home-on-the-road.
Every RV (and every RVer) has different needs when it comes to rv repairs, and ARW has a plan to fit. Some handy RVers are most worried about catastrophic automotive repairs that leave them broken down on the roadside. Others have found that repairs from RV mechanics are always expensive, and they bumper-to-bumper malfunction coverage for their rig. Increasingly, RV owners also want the freedom to use a mobile mechanic instead of a repair shop.
ARW offers multiple levels of coverage to help you find the plan (and price) that works for you–from simple coach-only coverage to deluxe exclusionary plans with add-ons.
Plus we offer interest-free payment plan options to give you the flexibility you need in your budget. And when it comes to where you get repairs, we’re more flexible than anybody else.
While coverage details and pricing varies depending on the warranty company you choose, the cost for warranty plans (sometimes called RV extended service contracts) is always determined by the same factors.
Cost for coverage depends on:
You may also receive a lower price based on the payment plan you choose—plans paid in full generally cost less than plans paid in installments. To learn more, call 1-855-437-0007 or check out our blog post on how much does an extended RV warranty cost.
A deductible is a feature that is universal to RV warranty and RV insurance plans, and it works similarly to a health insurance deductible. On a covered repair, the deductible is the portion of the repair cost that the RV owner pays directly to the repair facility. After the deductible, the warranty company will pay the rest of the covered amount of the repair bill.
When you visit a repair facility, you will pay the deductible directly to the repair center, not to ARW. This deductible is a fraction of the cost of many major repairs which are covered by our rv warranty plans.
ARW offers plans with deductibles of $100, $250, $500, and $1000. A higher deductible means less expensive coverage but more money spent at each service center visit.
The deductible is charged per visit to the service center, not per item. This means that if your RV enters the shop needing multiple repairs, you will still only pay the deductible once on that visit.
RV repair technician working on the undercarriage of a motorhome at a repair facility.
Whether you need tire and wheel coverage, roadside assistance, power surge, or even consequential loss, ARW has you covered. To see what’s offered for each plan, click on the type of coverage you need above and look under the “Optional Coverage” tab.
Covers your tires and wheels against road hazards, and there is no deductible
Our roadside assistance includes towing and emergency roadside services
Covers damage to electrical equipment or appliances from voltage spikes
A complex add-on that covers situations when the failure of a non-covered part causes the failure of a covered part.
America’s RV Warranty does everything we can to give our RVers total peace of mind for their RV and travels. That’s why we go beyond a traditional RV extended warranty.
From superior customer service to add-ons for the RV lifestyle, ARW offers RVers features they can’t get from other warranty companies.
Our coverage is fully transferable from owner to owner.
We pay up to 20% above the retail cost for new parts, whereas other companies only pay the cost of used or refurbished parts.
You can use your plan at any licensed repair facility in the US or Canada. We also allow our customers to use mobile mechanics–we’ll even cover the service call fee.
RV insurance is also available from ARW, so you can fulfill all your coverage needs right here. We’ll shop your rates to find the best policy from the right insurance carrier. Besides RV insurance, we can also help you bundle and save on an auto insurance policy for your tow vehicle.
ARW offers additional benefits ranging from RV insurance to discounts on RV camping to pet benefits. Check out our Member Benefits page for more information on what else you get with your ARW service plan, or scroll our home page to find out what makes us the best RV warranty company.
America’s RV Warranty provides coverage you can’t get from any other company.
An RV warranty is a service contract that helps cover the cost of repairs to the RV.
Unlike RV insurance, RV warranties do not cover damage, but instead cover breakdowns and malfunctions caused by mechanical failure from everyday use. For example, RV insurance might replace an air conditioner or water heater that was damaged in a fire or an accident. An RV warranty, on the other hand, will cover the replacement of a refrigerator that stops working due to mechanical failure (like the failure of a compressor).
RV warranties are often called “extended warranties” because they extend beyond the time usually covered by a manufacturer warranty. Unlike manufacturer warranties, RV extended warranties cover both parts and labor on repairs.
The deductible is a feature of most extended warranties, and it works just like a health insurance deductible.
The deductible is paid by the RV owner directly to the RV repair shop or mobile mechanic. The deductible is paid per visit, regardless of how many issues are being repaired during the visit. After the deductible is paid, ARW will pay the remainder of the covered portion of the repair bill. By “covered portion,” we simply mean that not all RV repairs are covered under an RV warranty–damage from an accident, for instance.
See our section Deductible Explained above for more information.
Yes, any warranty plan from ARW can be transferred to the new owner of the RV. Some RVers use this as a selling tool–an extra perk to help close the sale.
Motor homes and towable RVs, such as travel trailers and 5th wheel trailers, have different coverage needs. Travel trailers do not need coverage for a lot of the automotive parts that a motor home has, for instance. This is the only real difference between ARW’s travel trailer and motor home coverage.
ARW offers insurance for RVs and automobiles, plus pet benefits and discounts on RV camping. Check out our member benefits page for more information.
ARW bases our coverage–what we will pay towards a covered repair–on a nationally-recognized labor-time guide, and we pay up to 20% above retail for parts. This way, the repair shop or mobile mechanic are paid for parts and labor.
The 20% extra we pay on parts covers any price markup from the repair shop, and ARW also covers the service fee that mobile mechanics charge (up to $500).
Get in touch with someone at ARW today.