Rv Warranty Forever

Protect Your Investment

Purchasing an RV is a big investment. With the rising cost of repairs (parts, labor, and shipping), todays RV owners are looking for a care free ownership experience. The last thing you want is something happening to your traveling home while you are on vacation.

Suspension Components
Leaf and coil springs, shackles and bushings, and rubber suspension springs.

Brake Components
Master cylinder, wheel cylinders, calipers, electric brake magnets, and hydraulic tubing and metal fittings. Drums and rotors, whenin conjunction with a covered repair.

Fresh/waste Water System Components
Hot water tank, burner assembly, thermostat, thermocouple, gas valve, electronic ignition assembly, PC board,diesel/electric heating system, shower assembly, toilet, sink, holding tanks,gate valves, macerator pump, water pump, faucets, traps, fittings. And waterlines.

Roof/basement Air Conditioning Components
Compressor, evaporator, condenser, capacitors,relays, thermostat, heat strips, expansion valve, control module and panel,reversing valve, blower fan and motor, PC board, and ceiling ventilation fans and motors.

Kitchen Center
Range/oven burner assembly, burner valves,refrigerator/freezer, microwave, convection oven, thermostat, thermocouple,burner, igniter, and PC board.

Lp Gas System Components
Gas regulators, gas tanks, gas valves, tank gauges,LP lines and fitting , emergency shut off system, gas leak detector, and carbon monoxide monitor.

Heating System Components
Furnace igniter, burner assembly, gas valve, gas leak detector, thermostat, thermocouple, blower motor, and PC board.

Generator/power Plant Components
Power plant engine block and cylinder heads, if damaged as a result of the failure of an internally-lubricated part. All internally-lubricated parts contained within the engine power plant,alternator, starter, manually-operated switches, voltage regulator, power converter-inverter,PC boards, fuel pump, and hour meter

Seals And Gaskets
Seals and gaskets are covered for all listed parts(surcharge on pre-owned units).

Deluxe Components
Factory or dealer-stalled entry/security system,factory or dealer-installed fireplace burner assembly, interior mounted systems monitor, ice maker, trash compactor, dishwasher, built-in coffee maker,built-in food processor, in-sink disposal, central vacuum cleaner system,foldout external grill, clothes washer/dryer, ceiling fan motor, and smoke detector

Entertainment Components
Up to four factory or dealer-installed TVu2019s, up to60u201d (includes plasma, LED and LCD), surround sound systems, Blu-rayu2122 players,digital receivers, stereo receivers, tuners,
CD players, DVD players, satellite systems, and television antennas and rotators.

Interior And Exterior Components
Factory or dealer-installed door handles, latches and springs, door chimes, clock, power awning motor, awning mechanism (cover excluded), awning sensor, and shore power corn and retractor.

Slide-out Rooms
Slide-out room motors, guides, tracks and hydraulic valves, sliding floor motors, pump/jack assemblies, electrical switches, and wiring harnesses.

Power Steps
Factory or dealer-installed power steps, lines,fittings, cylinders, worm gears, electrical switches, wiring harnesses, and entry door floor motors and mechanisms.

Leveling System
Factory or dealer-installed electric/hydraulic leveling jacks, controllers, electrical switches, and wiring harnesses.

Exclusionary Coverage
Covers all factory and dealer-installed parts not listed in the Exclusions section.

Wear And Tear
Normal wear and tear for factory and dealer-installed parts.

Question:  Is there a deductible that I need to pay when making a claim?
Answer:    There is no deductible on the program.  All parts and labor are covered 100%.

Question:  Can I perform my own maintenance?
Answer:    No. All services must be performed by a professional repair facility. This is to ensure proper documentation as well as the workmanship of all services performed on your RV.

Question:  When are claims specialists available to take my call?
Answer:    Claim specialists are available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. –  8:00 p.m., Eastern and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Eastern to answer all of your questions.

Question:  What if I experience a breakdown while traveling out-of-town?
Answer:    You may take your RV to any professional repair facility. You may contact us at 1-800-810-8458 for additional assistance or you may contact your selling dealer’s service department.

Question:  How do I know what maintenance is required to keep my Warranty Forever agreement in force?
Answer:    Simply follow the maintenance requirements outlined in your Warranty Forever agreement. If you have any additional questions, please contact a claims specialist at 1-800-810-8458.

Question:  Why do I have to follow the maintenance guidelines outlined in my Warranty Forever agreement?
Answer:    Proper maintenance is the best preventative measure in reducing future breakdowns.  Your RV is less likely to experience a breakdown if it is being properly maintained.

Question:  How do I make a claim in the event that I experience a breakdown?
Answer:    Take your RV to any professional repair facility and provide them with a copy of your Warranty Forever agreement. They will handle it from there.  If you have any questions that you would like to ask us directly, you may call 1-800-810-8458 and speak with a claims specialist. 

Here at Hufnagle & Majors, you should always expect the best! We’re proud to offer the RV Warranty Forever!

RV Warranty Forever will pay for repairs to the stated and covered components of your travel trailer or motorhome, which are outlined in the RV Warranty Forever agreement, for as long as you own it. Simply follow the maintenance guidelines outlined below and the components are covered forever!

So what are you waiting for? Not only will you find the very best deal in the Northeastern part of the country, but you’ll roll off our lot with peace of mind!

Towable Units

On an annual basis, you must perform the following maintenance:

  • Inspect roof and seal where necessary
  • Inspect axles and hub, lube where necessary
  • Inspect furnace – clean blower and combustion chamber, control compartment, (remove any dust, lint, and obstructions) as necessary, test for gas line leaks.
  • Inspect hot water heater – flush holding tank, manually operate pressure temperature relief valve, and clean burner tube (as outlined by the manufacturer), as necessary.

Contract Holders

  • Access agreement information
  • Upload attachments, including maintenance records, claim photos, and more
  • Access dealership contact information and get directions from current location
  • Access all agreements associated with their name and VIN