The Shocking Truth About Your Salvage Title Vehicle

What is salvage title?

Many people buy vehicles that have salvage titles since they cost a lot less.

Sometimes folks even end up buying one without realizing it, especially if they don’t look into the history of the vehicle first.

What they don’t realize is that this has a huge effect on whether your vehicle is eligible …Read More

Preexisting Conditions: Extended Warranty When Your Car Is Broken

Car Warranty Preexisting Conditions

You may have recently purchased a used car that has a lot of miles on it.

Or maybe you’ve just had your current vehicle for a long time and you’re wondering if it’s too late to get an extended warranty.

This post explains how preexisting conditions relate to your extended auto warranty and how you can avoid buying a car, truck, or SUV that is already broken without knowing it. [Read more…]

What You Don’t Know About Your Factory Warranty

What You Don't Know About Factory Warranty

Contrary to popular belief, many people are unsure as to what the often used term “factory warranty” actually includes.

Here’s the plain and simple definition: it’s the warranty is the coverage that comes with a brand new car.

While your factory warranty is active, any mechanical or electrical repairs that your vehicle needs should be paid for by the vehicle’s manufacturer. During this time, whenever your vehicle needs a repair, [Read more…]

What Happens To Your Warranty After A Car Accident

What Happens To Your Warranty After A Car Accident?

So, you’re probably here because you were recently in a fender bender, and now you’re wondering…

“What happens to my warranty after a car accident?

Well, there’s bad news and good news for this one.

The bad news is you just had a car accident, we hope you’re okay!

The good news is, you paid your auto insurance bill on time and …Read More

Vehicle Inspection: Why Your Warranty May Depend On It

What Is A Vehicle Inspection?

When you purchase an extended warranty, the Administrator of that warranty will want to sure that there is currently nothing wrong with it before they take on an obligation to pay for repairs.

Some extended warranties will require a waiting period before you can make a claim. Other extended warranty companies will require what’s commonly known as a vehicle inspection before they’ll authorize payment for your repairs.

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