14. April 2013
A warranty is a guarantee made to the consumer by the seller for a product that is being sold. When the warranty is for a car, it is a contract for replacement and repair of parts for a specific amount of time.
New car warranties provide many different benefits. When the consumer buys a car from the manufacturer, they are given a guarantee that if there are any mechanical failures or defects with the car, it will be fixed free of charge. There are different types of new car warranties. First, there is the “bumper-to-bumper” auto warranty, which covers the cost for the parts of a car from the front bumper to the back bumper. Also, there is a “powertrain” auto warranty that covers the cost for the parts of the car that make it run.
New car warranties allow motorists to feel at ease when they receive their repair bills from the shop.
14. January 2013
Often times, people spend a lot of money when they buy an aftermarket auto warranty or an extended warranty for their vehicles. These warranties come into play when the original warranty or the factory warranty is terminated. When you buy an aftermarket auto warranty, your warranty provider covers the costs of bills for parts that are replaced or repaired. Here are some important things to know when you plan on purchasing an aftermarket warranty:
An aftermarket warranty does not usually cover the costs for repairs that are related to wear and tear. An aftermarket bumper-to-bumper warranty will cover expenses for replacement and repair of almost all of the parts of your car, but this warranty still won’t provide coverage for your tires, brakes, etc. However, there are some companies that will provide a warranty that provides coverage for wear and tear parts also. It is a good idea to buy a warranty that covers wear and tear parts, even if it costs more than a regular mechanical warranty. The reason for this is because about 80% of you car repair costs are as a result of wear and tear problems. Therefore, you can save a lot of money with an auto warranty that covers wear and tear issues, especially if your car is older.
6. January 2013
An auto warranty is a guarantee that your car will have parts replaced and repaired if problems arise and there is a mechanical defect. There are a variety of warranties that consumers can pick from. For example, there are powertrain warranties, which provide coverage for most parts of the engine and there are component warranties, which provide coverage for many engine parts in addition to interior and exterior parts. Also, there are bumper-to-bumper warranties, which provide coverage for all of the parts of the car from bumper to bumper.
Any of these warranty options are applicable to both used and new vehicles. Extended auto warranty programs provide more extensive coverage for your vehicle than the factory warranty. If you want to feel at ease when your vehicle goes into the shop for maintenance and repairs, extended auto warranties are a smart investment to make.
4. January 2013
A warranty is the guarantee made by the seller to the buyer for a product being sold. When the warranty is for a car, it is a contract for repairs and replacement of parts for a certain period of time.
New car warranties come with the purchase of a new car and they offer many benefits. When a manufacturer sells a car and provides the buyer with an auto warranty for their new car, the buyer is being guaranteed that if the car has any defects or mechanical failures, the part will be fixed or replaced free of charge. There are different kinds of auto warranties. There are “bumper-to-bumper” warranties and “powertrain” warranties. Bumper-to-bumper warranties cover all of the parts of the car from the front bumper to the back bumper. Powertrain warranties cover the parts of the car that make it run.
Auto warranties allow you to have peace of mind whenever you receive a repair bill from your mechanic.