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I recently purchased a 2000 Suburban 1500. I plan on towing a travel trailer. The weight of the trailer is 15% less than the rated max. for the Sub (7,500# vs. 8,800#). The Sub has 64,000 miles (all highway) and is in excellent condition. I plan on keeping both for at least 5 years. I've been debating for over a month now whether I should buy an extended warranty from a third party source. Chevy doesn't offer one. The company I'm considering is "1SourceAutoWarranty." Has anyone had any experience with them?
Philisophically, I am against extended warranties but considering the towing I'm planning on doing I'm a little concerned.


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