RV and car repair insurance — more than an extended warranty
Mechanical breakdown insurance is designed to protect your wallet from unexpected vehicle repairs and breakdowns — a more comprehensive alternative to an extended vehicle warranty. Whether you want to protect your car, truck, or RV, Good Sam's mechanical repair plan pays to repair your vehicle's sudden and unexpected breakdown. Plus, you'll be able to get repairs from one of Good Sam's preferred service providers or your own mechanic.
What does mechanical repair insurance cover?
Mechanical repair plans provide coverage for breakdown-related repairs after your manufacturer's warranty expires, or when your vehicle warranty doesn't cover a mechanical failure. You'll pay your deductible, and your mechanical breakdown insurance will pay your service provider directly for the rest of your covered repairs. You can purchase mechanical breakdown insurance for cars, trucks, SUVs, and RVs (trailers, fifth wheels, and Class A, B, and C motorhomes).*
HOW IT WORKS
Any service provider
Flexible deductible and payments
What doesn't a mechanical repair plan cover?
Mechanical breakdown insurance doesn't cover your RV or car's routine maintenance. Your coverage plan will detail exactly which types of repairs are covered and which are excluded for your vehicle.
Vehicle towing also isn't covered by mechanical breakdown insurance, but you can add Roadside Assistance to your Progressive RV or auto insurance policy. Learn more by exploring our RV/trailer coverages and auto insurance coverages.
Mechanical breakdown insurance vs. vehicle warranties
Mechanical breakdown insurance is an insurance plan that provides broad protection from mechanical failure for the entire length of your term, while manufacturer warranties typically only cover your RV or car for repairs that stem from defective materials or improper manufacturing. And vehicle warranties only last so long — often with different lengths of coverage for different parts.
Mechanical breakdown insurance can help ensure there are no gaps in coverage while your manufacturer's warranty is still valid, and it's a more comprehensive alternative to purchasing an extended warranty. Extended vehicle warranties can have a high upfront cost, whereas mechanical repair plans allow you to pay as you go at an affordable rate.
Mechanical breakdown insurance FAQ
Learn more about mechanical repair plans with these frequently asked questions.