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A Month-to-Month RV Warranty Solution.

RV Service Shield is a new month-to-month RV extended warranty that could potentially save you thousands of dollars. It also puts control back in your hands when it comes to managing the length and flexibility of your RV warranty.

  • Month-to-Month Contract & Billing
  • 24/7 Technical and Roadside Assistance Included
  • Mobile RV Mechanic Claim Repairs
  • Stop / Start Coverage

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Why Choose A Month-to-Month RV Warranty?

RV Service Shield was started by Daniel Lopez, a former president of highly respected Coach-Net and a 10-year veteran of the RV industry. Daniel is also a consultant to the RVDA, the RV Dealers Association. Dan believed there had to be a better way to offer RV extended warranties to RV owners in a way that is easy and matches their need, budget, and lifestyle.

With a straightforward, menu-driven process, you can easily purchase your RV warranty online. The traditional model of laying out thousands of dollars in advance at the RV dealership is dead. Save money and put yourself back in control with a month-to-month RV warranty.

With RV Service Shield, you can buy your RV extended warranty one month at a time. You can cancel it at any time. You can restart it at any time. There aren’t any penalties or fees for stopping your coverage.

Once coverage is stopped, however, if you would like to resume coverage, you will have to pay the start-up fee again and your RV will have to be reassessed and may have a new monthly fee.

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Roadside Assistance Included

An RV extended warranty from RV Service Shield includes roadside assistance. When bad luck strikes and you do that roadside flat or have some other debilitating event, roadside assistance is there to serve you.

Mobile RV dispatch service

If you do run into a service problem, RV Service Shield can dispatch a mobile RV mechanic to come to your location to fix the problem. Obviously there are some limitations, but most RV problems aren’t the big kind, like a failed transmission or a broken drive axle. They are the smaller simpler problems like awnings and slides that won’t retract, steps that won’t open, or that heater or furnace that won’t do its job.

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