You can buy a car
warranty for new cars and for used cars. Warranties come in all
shapes and sizes. All new vehicles come with a factory warranty,
which usually expires after three years or 36,000 miles. Most drivers,
however, decide to purchase an extended warranty that ensures you
will be able to get the car fixed for years to come. These warranties
are extremely popular, because paying for coverage up-front can
be much less expensive than repairing a car down the line.
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What to look for when purchasing
an Extended Auto Warranty for your new or used car
True Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage - if
the plan lists the items that are covered, it is Not a bumper-to-bumper
plan. By definition, a bumper to bumper plan is exclusionary,
that is, it will only list the few components that are not covered.
Typically these include cosmetic and maintenance items.
Wear and Tear Protection - This means that
you are covered for parts that break as well as those that wear
out. All covered parts in a policy should include a “wear
and tear” provision. A lot of plans have wear and tear exclusions,
such as struts, piston rings, valves or other expensive components
that wear out and will not be covered. Beware of “Mechanical
Breakdown” plans, they often have wear-and-tear exclusions,
thus offering you less coverage.
Overheating - Look for a plan that does not
exclude damage due to overheating.
Roadside Assistance - You want a plan
that offers a Free nationwide Roadside Assistance plan. You want
to be covered per occurrence. Not an out of pocket reimbursement
plan, that is tied to only covered repairs. A good policy includes:
Emergency Road Service
Mechanical First Aid
Emergency Tire Service
Emergency Lock-out Service
Toll Free 800 Number
24 Hours a Day/365 Days a Year
Car Rental - Should your vehicle have to remain
overnight for a covered repair.
Trip Interruption - Should your vehicle become disabled more than
100 miles away from home and the repair is covered under your
contract, reimbursement for lodging and meals.
Nationwide Protection - Repairs can be made
at any repair facility in the US or Canada.
Choice of Deductibles - Most automobile plans
offer $0, $50 and $100 deductible options.
Renewals - A plan that may be renewed for continuous
one-year terms for as long as you own your vehicle.
Transferable - The ability to transfer
your coverage when you sell your vehicle, for a modest fee, which
will increase your vehicle’s resale value.