FAQ: Do I need an extended auto warranty if I am still covered by the manufacturer?

Your car’s manufacturer warranty will generally end at three years/36,000 miles or five years/60,000 miles. However, you can protect your car beyond its factory coverage with an extended auto warranty, also called a vehicle service contract or auto protection plan. Many of these plans pay for themselves through a single costly repair and will continue to cover you far beyond that!

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When you buy a transferable auto protection plan, you also increase the resale value of your car and make it more attractive to potential buyers. If given the option, wouldn’t you choose a car that came guaranteed against repair costs? It is less expensive to purchase a coverage plan early in the life of your car.

Extended warranties begin after the manufacturer’s warranty expires, protecting your vehicle for as long as you own it. To avoid an interruption in coverage and to get the lowest price, you can purchase an Endurance protection plan early. The more coverage you have left on the factory warranty, the less you’ll have to pay for extended coverage.

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