Gents, anyone work for FCA or Ram or just have experience with extended warranties on Ram 2500 Cummins trucks that can school me? I'm overseas for two years, so my truck is in storage until I get back in July 2021. The military storage outfit is supposed to be starting it periodically, once a month or something, and moving it around the parking lot a bit to keep the tires from getting flat spots, but that's probably about it. I purchased the truck new in Feb 2016, so its factory 5 yr/100K powertrain and emissions warranty will be expired end of Feb 2021, 5 months before I get back. I'm nervous about a modern diesel truck with all emissions gear going out of warranty after sitting for 2 years. The same fuel and DEF is in the truck this entire time, not to mention it's stored in the desert of CA, so who knows what kind of things are going to dry out or get dry rot or just succumb to age. Anyone have first-hand knowledge, from the dealership side, or from the customer side, of the factory Mopar extended protection plans? I'm looking at their site, but it seems like I can only really access any information about the specific plans through a dealer, plus it seems like that's the only way to purchase a plan as well. I'm wondering about the following statement on the FAQs: "New Vehicle plans can be purchased anytime within 4 years and 48,000 miles of the vehicle's warranty start date (the date the vehicle was delivered to its original owner)." So I assume that for the next two weeks or so I'm still eligible to purchase a New Vehicle plan, but does that require physical inspection of the vehicle at a dealer? That would be a problem obviously. Thanks for whatever light anyone can shed.