Extended Warranty for Older Cars- Where to find one?

Extended Warranty for Older Cars- Where to find one?
extended warranty for older cars
I wonder if this qualifies for an extended warranty for older cars?

Are you driving an older car? Err umm… let us rephrase that a bit. Are you driving a vintage or classic car? Well, as you’ve already noticed, your vehicle probably doesn’t run as well as it used to. You’re now just counting down the days until something goes wrong. But, did you know that you can get an extended warranty for older cars? That’s right, it’s not just for new cars anymore!

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to discover that when something gets older, it begins to not run as well as it once did. And unfortunately, your car is no exception to this rule. As your vehicle climbs higher in mileage and older in years, it runs a higher risk of breaking down.

Machines are just like us. As our bodies get older, we don’t ‘drive’ as well as we used to. So to make sure that we’re covered if something goes wrong, we get health insurance. Who wants to be greeted with a monstrous bill when one of us ‘breaks down’? Extended coverage works in a similar way. If your vehicle experiences a mechanical breakdown, we cover the bill.

An extended warranty for older cars is not like insurance. Insurance only protects you in the event of an auto accident. We all know that you don’t have to collide with another vehicle for something to breakdown on your car. With just standard use, you could be pushing your car closer and closer to a pricey repair.

This is why we recommend an extended warranty for older cars.

When a car is new, it is less likely to break down. But when you think about it, a car could be any age or mileage and experience problems. It isn’t just older cars that need extended coverage. All cars need extended coverage.

It isn’t our intentions to scare you, but when your car approaches that milestone, wouldn’t you rather be safe than sorry? An extended warranty for older cars can begin to pay for itself after your first repair visit.

Some companies do not offer an extended warranty for older cars.

A lot of companies view older vehicles as too much of a liability. Some companies even use 10-years or 100,000-miles as a cutoff. This means if your vehicle hits either of these milestones, it will not qualify for coverage. Be sure to find out what their cutoff for coverage is before choosing a company.

Don’t wait another day or drive another mile, if your vehicle is not protected then neither is your wallet. We work with all sorts of vehicle ages and mileages, but you’ll need to contact us directly. Call us today to find out more about an extended warranty for older cars.

A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an "auto warranty" or an "extended car warranty," but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s car 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.