Extended Auto Warranty

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All vehicles come equipped with a standard factory warranty. However, these often are limited by time and mileage. An vehicle protection plan is often times referred to as an extended auto warranty by a consumer, in which affords the consumer the ability to extend coverage past the the original factory warranty of the vehicle. Often times an extended auto warranty can also compliment a factory warranty by providing additional features and benefits like trip interruption and roadside assistance during the original warranty. An extended warranty always has a fee and is never free like a standard factory warranty; however can provided the assurance similar to the car warranty the vehicle had when new.

Preparing Your Car for Hurricane Season

It’s that time of year again. We on the coast are watching the oceans closely. It’s hurricane season. While most of us know how to protect our homes, many people often don’t think about how to prepare their cars. Your vehicle needs to be prepared just as much in the case of an upcoming storm or evacuation. Here are a few tips to help you prepare your vehicle.

Make the Most of Your Holiday Road Trip

As the holiday season approaches and with all the days kids will be out of school, many families are thinking about vacation plans. We’ve put together a list of tips to help make things as smooth as possible from the planning all the way to the road.

Repair Agreements: What to Do if Something Goes Wrong

You buy a repair agreement in case of an emergency repair with your car, but what if something goes wrong with your actual contract? What should you do?

Repair Agreements: What Kind Are There?

Car repairs can cost a fortune, but buying a repair agreement can save you. How do you go about doing that? What types of contracts are there?

Federal Emission Warranty: How It Works

  In order to meet the emission standards set by the federal government, the federal government requires that every manufacturer offer a limited warranty emissions control on the vehicles they build. The Federal Emission Warranty covers any repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship which would cause your vehicle not to meet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. These federal emissions warranties do not cover incidental or consequential damages such as loss of the use of the vehicle, inconvenience or commercial loss.