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Auto Warranty in Washington

A car with a dead battery on Washington highways doesn't need to cause the driver undue stress and concern. With an extended auto warranty plan, the provider will arrange to have someone there to jump-start the vehicle in no time.

Extended auto warranty plans provide coverage in a wide variety of situations. They cover everything from keys locked in the vehicle to the costs of the motel and meals while the car is being repaired during a vacation. There are many options when choosing an extended warranty plan.

A basic warranty plan could cover any number of different things as well. Some basic plans offer coverage only on the engine, while others may cover the transmission and the brakes. Electrical components are protected by some auto warranty plans. A few auto warranty plans even offer the complete coverage provided by the bumper to bumper factory warranty which was in effect when the vehicle was new. Before purchasing any specific auto warranty plan, a buyer needs to determine what parts of the vehicle are most important to obtain coverage on, and then read through the plan entirely before agreeing to it. The fine print should not escape scrutiny, as it often details exclusions in coverage that would not otherwise be noticed.

The reputation of a business should also be considered before agreeing to any auto warranty plan. A business that has been providing auto warranty plans for longer than 10 years is most likely committed to fulfilling contracts with customers. Additionally, their years of experience will probably make them more efficient at taking care of claims quickly and efficiently. The best place to find the number of years a provider has been in business in on the BBB website. Here, a prospective buyer can also find the business' rating, which is another good indicator of company reliability. Providers that don't have an A rating should not be considered when seeking an auto warranty.

Washington drivers are purchasing peace of mind when they make the purchase of an auto warranty.

 

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Auto Warranty In The News

The Amynta Group Accelerates Transformation of Its Auto Warranty Business

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Published:  Mon, 11 Feb 2019 08:56:00 GMT



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7 On Your Side gets 'worthless warranty' refunds for New Jersey car buyers

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Driving a Tesla Model 3 Performance in the Cold Could Void Tire Warranty

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