Extended Auto Warranties for New and Used Cars
Getting an auto warranty can be confusing, especially when it is not from the auto manufacturer that
you purchased the car from. An auto warranty is there during the times when you need to protect you
and your car from financial hardship. Owning and maintaining an automobile can be very expensive.
During the average lifetime of a vehicle, you will most certainly come up against quite a bit of very
expensive problems with your car as well as a complete breakdown. If you purchase an extended auto
warranty for your car, you are basically putting out an insurance policy on what is commonly referred to
as "the largest investment most Americans will make in their lifetime." Which is true - 40% of Americans
will never buy a home, so a car is one of the biggest purchases you will make.
With a good auto warranty you can have optional levels of coverage, including
ones that cover the powertrain, individual components of the car, as well as
bumper to bumper plans that protect your vehicle in its entirety. A good auto
warranty or extended auto warranty, will have complete coverage and will not
ask questions when it comes time to do maintenance on your vehicle at any time.
You might have heard the term "nationwide protection" in the past when you have purchased or were
shopping around for a new car. Nationwide protection refers to being able to have your car protected
despite where you travel to throughout the United States, and even Canada in some situations. This is
almost a must for anyone who travels on a regular basis or who is required to drive from state to state
for the purpose of their job. You know you have a quality auto warranty when your repair facility will
accept a direct payment from your warranty provider - this is excellent being that you do not have to
come "out of pocket" for any of the expenses that are attached to your auto warranty.
Have a used car? It is also possible to have a used car warranty if you are the proud owner of a used car,
this is not just to benefit new car owners. Most auto warranty companies are skittish when you say the
word "used car" because a used car statistically will break down more often than a used car, has older
parts, and may have been owned by multiple owners.
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