I bought a 2008 Fleetwood Southwind from Sirpillais Camping Globe 3 years ago. I also bought a warranty in the same period for $3000. I had been equipped using the contract and also the products coated about the opposite side. I recently recently experienced issues with the up to speed turbine beginning but wont remain operating, electronic awning wont shut tight against RV for journey, Tailpipe hook smashed, steel skin to storage doorway separating from body, driver seatbelt wont perform-launch or withdraw and also the storage doorway help struts wont keep doors available. This is actually the very first time I Have had an issue and required it back again to wherever I bought it for support. The things outlined were examined from the dealer and contact created using Camping World Treatment. They refused fix of each product except the struts for that storage door. They spotted exceptions for several of the things and mentioned the warranty was mainly for that motor, drive-train, airconditioners, heater, water program and plumbing or physical failure of the protected product. They decided to deliver me a guide detailing coated and omitted products. The estimation to correct anything I reported is roughly $2000. I am unsure why I bought the warranty, but was recommended with a buddy in the dealer that it had been a great investment. I am never as displeased using the dealer as I'm with Camoing Globe Treatment. This seems like a fraud... Simply refuse anything and maintain questioning it and before long the client may disappear. Cash saved. I likely to forward these details and problem onto Marcus Lemonis boss and Leader of Hiking Earth for his interest.