Has your factory warranty expired? Are you considering purchasing an auto warranty? Great news, we can help! When your vehicle has no protection, all costs of repairs are paid by you. An extended warranty offers protection after the original car warranty has expired. With a plan from Auto Protection your repair costs are covered. We believe in the products and services we offer, but recommend you do your own research. To help get you started we've provided a list of frequently asked questions you need to know before buying an auto warranty. If you're considering purchasing an extended warranty, please have a look at some of our frequently asked questions! Whether you purchase a warranty from us or another company, these are some of the most important questions to ask.
Before purchasing an auto warranty, ask the following questions:
What Is An Extended Auto Warranty?
An extended auto warranty (service contract) is an agreement between the owner of the vehicle and the Service Contract Company, obligating the Company to pay for repairs covered by the contract for a specific period of time. Your vehicle is a major investment. With a service contract from Auto Protection, you are protecting yourself from the unexpected cost of mechanical breakdowns. One major repair often ends up costing as much, or even more than the entire cost of the service contract. A service contract will ensure that your vehicle is always in the best mechanical condition.
What Types of Warranties Are Available?
Technically, there are two types of auto warranties available: The 1st type is called "exclusionary plan" (New Car Warranty) and the second type is "name component plan" (Used Car Warranty / Older Car Warranty) that offers multiple levels of coverage. The exclusionary coverage plan covers everything on your vehicle except components specifically listed in the agreement as being excluded. The list of excluded components consists mainly of routine maintenance items. On the other hand, the name component coverage plan covers only those components listed as being covered in the agreement. A name component coverage plan is intended to cover the major items on the vehicle compared to the exclusionary coverage plan that covers virtually everything.
Why Do I Need a Warranty For My Auto?
The cost of repairs (both parts and labor) is on the rise! Can you afford not to have an extended service contract for your vehicle? If you would like to stop paying for auto repair bills, then you are a perfect candidate for an extended service contract from Auto Protection. In addition to the high cost of repair bills, vehicles that have protection with us, are kept in much better shape, which increases the resale value. Peace of mind is only minutes away. Request a quote today and see how much you can save on a service contract for your vehicle!
Is The Warranty Transferable If I Sell My Car?
Yes, most of our contracts are transferable if you sell your vehicle to another person. A representatives will discuss the specific terms of your contract while explaining coverage options.
Important questions you should ask before purchasing an extended auto warranty.
My Factory Warranty Already Expired?
That's not a problem! You still have options after your manufacturer's factory auto warranty has expired! However, the longer you wait, the more expensive the service contract becomes. We recommend you extend coverage on your original car warranty as soon as possible.
Is My Car Guaranteed To Be Covered?
A representative will review your information and will contact you as soon as possible provided you have already submitted a free quote request. We provide services for both new and used vehicles, so there is a good chance your vehicle will qualify for coverage.
Do Used Vehicles Qualify For Coverage?
Yes, Auto Protection accept used vehicles as well as new. Please request a quote and one of our representatives will further assist you in choosing a coverage plan for your vehicle.
Where Can I Take My Auto To Have Repairs Done?
You can have your vehicle repaired by any licensed repair facility in your area. You may take it in for repairs to your original dealer, your favorite mechanics repair shop, or any national chain that performs vehicle repairs, as long as the repair shop is A.S.E Certified. All covered repairs are paid direct to the service center with a corporate credit card so you don't have to file a claim and wait for reimbursement.
Will a New Car Dealership Accept Our Warranty?
Absolutely! Full retail prices are paid on all labor and parts for a covered repair, so a dealership will welcome the additional business. All claims are paid directly to the service center using a corporate credit card so you don't have to wait for reimbursement when you file a claim, you'll only pay your selected deductible amount.
Does The Warranty Cover Both Parts and Labor?
Definately! Full retail prices are paid on all labor and parts for a covered claim, you'll only pay your selected deductible amount. This includes payment for fluids in conjuction with a covered repair.
Are Payment Plans Available?
Yes, we offer payment plans with low monthly payments for Auto Protection. There are no credit checks with any of our monthly payment options and you may pay by either check or credit card. With as little as 10% down and low monthly payments, you can start enjoying all the benefits that come with a plan from Auto Protection!
At Auto Protection, we believe both in our products and in the knowledge of purchasing extended coverage for your vehicle. This is why every plan we sell comes with a full 30-day unconditional money-back guarantee. Our return policy is simple. We consider your first 30 days a review period. Take the time to read your contract and discuss it with your spouse, friends and family members, or trusted mechanic. We're confident that you will be happy and 100% satisfied with your coverage plan. But if you decide, for any reason that this isn't for you, simply call and cancel for a full money back guarantee!
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Our plans are accepted at any ASE-Certified repair shop, including the dealer.
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