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Are there any restrictions or limitations on an extended vehicle warranty?
Yes, some certain restrictions and limitations come with an extended vehicle warranty. Even the bumper-to-bumper car warranty that comes with buying a new vehicle has limitations. It is important to read the terms and conditions of any vehicle service contract (VSC) before signing it.
Most extended warranty limits will depend on the plan you purchase and are up to the discretion of the plan provider. For example, most VSCs and extended warranties will not cover pre-existing conditions, normal wear-and-tear, or routine maintenance. In addition, many extended warranties come with a deductible and may not cover certain parts such as tires, batteries, and brake pads. It is essential to read all the fine print when purchasing an extended warranty to ensure you understand what is and is not covered.
Endurance Auto Protection Policies
Endurance offers expansive vehicle coverage options for older cars up to two decades old with high mileage, including commercial and salvaged vehicles, Canadian grey markets, hybrids (excluding the battery), and luxury vehicles that other third-party extended car warranty providers may exclude.
Endurance offers various coverage plans for vehicles with different odometer limits. For instance, some plans will only cover vehicles with up to 150,000 miles, while others cover vehicles with up to 200,000 miles. The Advantage plan offers unlimited mileage for vehicles 20 years old or younger. The Supreme for Highline Vehicles plan is a protection plan for luxury models that requires a car to be under 8 years old and with fewer than 80,000 miles. It is important to compare coverage plans to choose the one that best fits your needs, budget, and lifestyle.
Will my car be covered by an Endurance extended vehicle warranty?
To determine if your car will be covered by an Endurance auto protection plan, also known as an extended vehicle warranty, call (800) 253-8203 or shop online for coverage. Once you speak to our plan advisors or choose one online, you can review the cost and coverage details to determine if the vehicle protection plan is right for you.
Endurance offers various customizable extended vehicle warranty plans, and you will need to provide information about your vehicle, such as its make, model, year, and mileage, to receive a personalized quote or pricing options. Our plans range in cost and coverage, fitting a wide range of budgets, driving styles, and vehicles, even vehicles ineligible for coverage with other third-party extended car warranty providers.
You can choose from vehicle protection plans for:
- Older vehicles
- High mileage vehicles
- High-end luxury vehicles
- Hybrid vehicles
- Cars with salvage or rebuilt titles
- Canadian grey market vehicles
- Diesel engine vehicles
- Commercial vehicles, such as rideshare or delivery vehicles
- Vehicles with aftermarket parts, like lift kits
- Turbo or supercharged vehicles
- And more!
All Endurance vehicle service contracts come with a suite of standard perks, like 24/7 roadside assistance and towing, flexible payment plans, a 30-day money-back guarantee, and more. Save further by activating one year of FREE Elite Benefits, which includes key fob replacement, tire coverage, and collision and total loss discounts.
Should I buy an extended warranty on a new car?
Typically, you don’t need a car extended warranty when purchasing a new vehicle from a dealership. However, if you buy a used car from a dealer (that’s new to you), the decision whether or not to buy an extended warranty can be made based on several factors. It’s important to consider the cost of the extended warranty, the reliability of the car, and your driving habits. The cost of an extended warranty will vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle, and the length of coverage.
Before purchasing an extended warranty, carefully consider the cost and determine whether it is worth it for your particular situation and your budget. It’s also crucial to consider your vehicle’s reliability. If the car is known for being dependable, then an extended warranty might not be necessary. On the other hand, an extended warranty can provide peace of mind if the vehicle is known for having mechanical issues or breakdowns.
Finally, your own driving habits should be taken into account. If you drive a lot, then an extended warranty is beneficial because chances are something will go wrong. On the other hand, if you are a more conservative driver and only drive a few thousand a year, then an extended warranty may not be necessary.
Interested in learning more? Contact Endurance Warranty at (800) 253-8203 for a FREE quote on an auto protection plan, or shop online for your coverage.
How much does an Endurance vehicle protection plan cost?
The price of your plan depends on various factors, including your vehicle make, model, year, mileage, and the level of coverage and length of the contract. Give us a call at (800) 253-8203 to speak with an Endurance representative who will help put together the right plan for you.