All of our 2021, 2022, 2023 models include Warranty Forever® at no cost to you!
What's Covered? Warranty Forvever® Component Coverage
Many customers wonder about the type of components under the Warranty Forever® program. For complete details on the components covered, check out the details below!
Leaf and coil springs, shackles and bushings, and rubber suspension springs.
Wheel cylinders, calipers, electric brake magnets, and hydraulic tubing and metal fittings.
Hot water tank, burner assembly, thermostat, thermocouple, gas valve, electronic ignition assembly, PC board, heating system, shower, assembly, toilet, sink, holding tanks, gate valves, macerator pump, water pump, faucets, traps, fittings, and water lines.
Compressor, evaporator, condenser, capacitors, relays, expansion valve, control module and panel, reversing valve, blower fan and motor, and PC board. Coverage does not apply to motorhome chassis AC system.
Range/oven burner assembly, burner valves, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, convection oven, thermostat, thermocouple, burner, igniter, and PC board.
Gas regulators, gas tanks, gas valves, tank gauges, and LP lines and fittings.
Furnace igniter, burner assembly, gas valve, gas leak detector, thermostat, thermocouple, blower motor, and PC board.
Icemaker, trash compactor, built-in coffee maker, built-in food processor, in-sink disposal, ceiling fan motor, and smoke detector.
Door handles, latches and springs.
Factory or dealer-installed bolt on and welded scissor jacks.
*Notice: Towing and roadside assistance expenses are not covered under the Warranty Forever® program.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no deductible with the program. All parts and labor are covered 100%.
There is no catch; this program is provided to you at no charge. The only requirement is that you follow the customary maintenance outlined in your Warranty Forever® agreement.
No, all annual maintenance must be performed by a professional repair facility. This ensures proper documentation, as well as the workmanship of all services performed on your RV.
Any repair facility that has a license to do business. The facility must be able to provide a detailed repair order that contains all of the pertinent information regarding the services performed.
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.
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.
Proof of annual Maintenance can be submitted via mail, email, fax or through the NAE/NWAN CONNECT MOBILE APP. See your Warranty Forever®agreement for complete details. Click here to download the annual Maintenance Record Coupon.
Claim specialists are available Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern to answer all your questions.
Take your RV to any professional repair facility. Contact us at 1-800-810-8458 for additional assistance or contact your selling dealer’s service department.
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, call 1-800-810-8458 and speak with a claims specialist.
Important InformationMaintenance Requirements
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!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.