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About Car Warranties

To save a considerable amount of money on broken down cars and replacing parts, a car warranty is crucial. However, prior to signing any agreement in reference to car warranties on new or used vehicles, you should check out some important details.

For used cars, the original or an extended warranty could possibly be in effect, so it is a good idea to ask about this. If the used vehicle is not very old, there is a possibility that the manufacturing warranty originally provided is still good. You can save money if there is a short-term conditional warranty when you buy from a dealer.

Basic warranties generally cover whichever passes first - 3 years or 36,000 miles. Every part of the car is covered, except items which are clearly included in the exclude list. You can get everything necessary to know from the owner’s manual for the car.

Usually, the power train warranty is for 60,000 miles or 5 years; but it is recommended that you ask about it. Such warranties have limits to their coverage; and they do not become effective until expiration of the bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Some important points to consider when you’re looking for an extended warranty company are:

1) Is the company’s business history favorable?
2) Does the company have good assets in the form of a positive track record with customers?
3) Are there various plans available?
4) Are all of the terms and conditions specified in writing?
5) Do they provide coverage in all 50 states?
6) Do they offer and stand behind a money-back guarantee?

Asking these questions will be very helpful in eliminating the less desirable choices.

One final thought – you should be careful to review the warranty material cautiously because it could contain some misleading information. By: Nadine Harden Article Directory : Car Warranty Advice