When you buy a new car you feel like you’re on top of the world. It isn’t just the fact that you’re getting to enjoy your brand-new vehicle, but you also don’t have to worry about repair bills. Your manufacturer’s warranty has got you covered. But when it runs out, who picks up where it left off? The answer: an extended vehicle warranty.
Many think that because their manufacturer’s warranty is still in place that an extended vehicle warranty is completely unnecessary. True, this is one view. But you’d be surprised at just how handy it can be when you look at the big picture.
The fact of the matter is, it is more beneficial to get an extended vehicle warranty while you’re still under your manufacturer’s warranty. Now we’re not saying that the day you buy your new car to also take out an extended vehicle warranty, but if you do it before it ends you have a lot better options.
A lot of times when you buy your car from the dealer they will offer an extended vehicle warranty. Sometimes they are just trying to get you to spend more, but most times they are just trying to give you the best deal. Though be careful of dealer service plans, some of them should be avoided.
Why You Should Get an Extended Vehicle Warranty Sooner Rather Than Later:
You’ll Save Money– Now there aren’t any of you that will say that you don’t enjoy saving money. Think of it like you’re getting it on sale. But the longer you wait, the higher the price goes. Because administrators see your vehicle as less of a risk, you qualify for the lowest price.
You’ll Never Have a Lapse in Coverage– Manufacturers will never notify you that your warranty is about to expire. This is because if you don’t know that you’re unprotected, you’ll have to bring the car in to get it fixed when something goes wrong. By getting an extended vehicle warranty before your manufacturer’s warranty runs out, you’re completely safe and there will be no lapse in coverage.
You’ll Get the Best Coverage– Similarly to getting the lowest price, when your vehicle is still under warranty, you qualify for the highest coverage. As your car gets higher in years and in mileage, you might not qualify for the highest extended vehicle warranty. And without the highest level of coverage, you might be missing out on protection for important components. Getting the lowest price for the highest coverage is a pretty solid investment.
The truth is, any time is a good time to get an extended vehicle warranty. Because having your vehicle protected means that you won’t be responsible when a repair bill for a new engine ($2200) or a broken AC ($800) comes.
If your manufacturer’s warranty is about to expire or already has, call us today. We have great service plans with exclusive benefits, affordable prices, and top-quality coverage. Don’t let your coverage run out, call us today!
*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty”, but is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not. Endurance is an administrator of VSCs and does not sell warranties.*