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Manufacturer Warranty

Some features that might be included in a Manufacturer Warranty:

  • Provided by the manufacturer
  • Included in the purchase price
  • Standardized coverage
  • Focuses on powertrain coverage
  • Limited 3 years/36,000 miles
  • Standardized pricing

Extended Warranty

Features that might be included in an Extended Warranty Plan:

  • Extended Mileage Coverage
  • Comprehensive Coverage
  • Wear and Tear Protection
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • 24/7 Customer Support

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Protection Plans and Rates

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Here are some steps to help you identify reputable and reliable car warranty providers:

  • Research and Compare: Start by researching different car warranty companies. Look for well-established and reputable providers.
  • Assess Coverage Options: Some may provide bumper-to-bumper coverage, while others focus on specific components.
  • Ask for Recommendations: Seek referrals from friends, family, or professionals who have experience with car warranty providers.

Extended Warranty Benefits

Extended warranty plans offer more customization options, covering a broader range of components, and providing flexibility in terms of coverage and duration.

Unique extended warranty features:
  • Purchased separately from a third-party provider.
  • Can be obtained for new or used vehicles.
  • Variable duration and mileage options available.
  • Covers a wide range of components, including non-powertrain items like air conditioning and suspension.
  • May provide coverage for specific vehicle models or makes, allowing for more tailored plans.
  • Offers flexibility in terms of coverage and cost.
  • May include benefits like rental car reimbursement.
  • Provides an option for continued protection after the manufacturer warranty expires.
Overlapping with manufacturer warranty:
  • Limited duration and mileage options.
  • Covers major components and systems.
  • May include additional perks like roadside assistance (though not always).

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Auto Insurance Policies

It's important to carefully consider your needs and budget when choosing coverage options. 

  • Liability Insurance: Covers the costs of damage or injury to another person or their property while driving. Typically required by law in most states.
  • Personal Injury Protection: Covers medical expenses and lost wages for you and your passengers when injured in an accident, regardless of fault.
  • Collision Insurance: Covers the cost of repairing or replacing your own vehicle if it is damaged in a collision with another vehicle or object.
  • Comprehensive Insurance: Covers damage to your car that is not caused by a collision, such as theft, fire, vandalism, or most natural disasters.
  • Gap Insurance: If you have a loan or lease, cover the difference between what you owe and the actual cash value if totaled or stolen.
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Auto Warranty FAQs

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An out-of-pocket maximum is the amount of money an insured person will be responsible for paying for covered medical expenses during a given period of time. In most cases the timeframe is typically one year.
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