When your vehicle was new, it would have been protected by a warranty provided by the manufacturer. Usually, this would cover you for 60,000 miles or three years after the manufacturer date against damaged that might cause your car to malfunction. The car manufacturers will then repair or replace the car at no cost to you. Vehicle protection is what matters the most to car owners. And, after the manufacturer warranty comes to an end, you can consider investing in an extended car warranty that would further ensure the safety of your car.
The car warranty plans available at Concord Auto Protect are designed to offer car owners similar protection to that which was supplied by your manufacturer at the time of buying a car. In effect, you are simply extending the vehicle protection against electrical or mechanical breakdown, and protecting bank balance from unexpected repairs.
Is every extended auto warranty the same?
Unfortunately, the answer is No! There are many companies out there offering a range of car warranty plans however the difference is in the cover between the plans they offer. Some warranty plans available in the market cover you for a particular list of items while other components remain uncovered. This will not provide you the good value for money. Look for a warranty that covers you for all electrical and mechanical parts so that you can have a peace of mind while driving the car. If you are not getting what you want in the plans offered by the company then ask if they can customize a car warranty for you.
Who pays for repairs?
When it comes to paying for a part on your car, many auto warranty companies use clever jargon ensuring they do not have to give the full money. For instance, several warranty plans come with betterment clauses that means a company would pay only for a limited percentage of a part or component on the basis of the mileage and age of your vehicle. Make sure you discuss all important aspects before making the right decision.