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Chevrolet Extended Warranty: Protecting Your Chevy and Wallet with an Auto Warranty

BY: Endurance
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Everyone knows that “Chevy runs deep.” For years, Chevrolet has been one of the nation’s most popular vehicle manufacturers. Chevy owners take pride in their vehicles, so it’s no wonder they want to protect them. But after your Chevy warranty expires, your vehicle can run deep into your pockets without an extended warranty.

But, did you know that Chevrolet drivers can choose a third-party provider, like Endurance, to protect their vehicles? Why not get it for a lower price with added perks that you just won’t get with a Chevrolet extended warranty?

These third-party service plans are actually called vehicle service contracts or auto protection plans. They work just like the factory warranty you had on your car when it was brand new off the lot: parts, labor, and taxes for the repair are paid for, depending on your contract. When your manufacturer’s warranty has expired, wouldn’t it be nice if Chevy would lend a helping hand and cover your repairs? Unfortunately, they won’t. This is why may you need extended coverage.

In fact, these vehicle service contracts are the same contracts that the dealer labels a “Chevrolet Extended Warranty,” but tend to be less expensive because they are sold directly to the consumer and eliminate the middleman.

Some websites claim to offer customers a real Chevrolet extended warranty, but for it to technically be called that, it would have to come directly from the Chevrolet manufacturer. The regulatory guidelines state that a company cannot sell “extended warranties” because a warranty, by definition, comes from the original manufacturer and is included in the price.

Chevrolet Extended Warranty vs. Vehicle Service Contract: Which One to Choose?

Vehicle service contracts work the exact same way as you’d expect a Chevrolet extended warranty. When your car needs to be repaired, simply bring your car to the closest dealership or your chosen certified mechanic.

Once your car is ready to be serviced, give them your contract information, and your provider will work with the shop manager on your covered repairs. There may be a standard deductible of anywhere from $100-$500, but who’s going to worry that when a total repair bill could be well over $2,000?

With a vehicle service contract, you are never without coverage. Imagine being able to drive your Chevy all around town and never having to worry about having to pay for a repair. Depending on which coverage you choose, you can have everything covered, from the power locks to the power steering to the power train. With a vehicle service contract, you’ve got a lot of power in your corner.

With a vehicle service contract from Endurance, you get 24/7 roadside assistance, including towing, battery charges, fuel delivery, rental car reimbursement, and trip interruption coverage. For a small fee, new customers can activate the Elite Benefits package to add complete tire coverage, key fob replacement, and more.

You’ve already spent a lot of hard-earned money on your automobile, so you shouldn’t have to spend any more on costly repair bills. Protect your investment with the nation’s #1 administrator of vehicle service contracts. Get a FREE quote for coverage on your vehicle, or call (800) 253-8203 to speak with one of our Endurance plan advisors.

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