WARRANTY DEFINITIONS AND SHOPPING TIPS

  • BUMPER TO BUMPER
    Only the Manufacturer can offer "Bumper to Bumper" coverage!!! "Bumper to Bumper" (from the manufacturer) covers EVERY electrical and mechanical part on your vehicle, including cosmetics, vinyl, leather, upholstery, rust, paint, paint oxidation, corrosion, emissions, and the exhaust system. Any internet website or salesperson stating that their agreements are "Bumper to Bumper" are misrepresenting their coverage!!!

  • EXCLUSIONARY AGREEMENTS
    This is the most comprehensive Service Agreement that you can purchase for your vehicle. Since there are so many parts on a car, they can only list what is excluded. All parts on the vehicle not listed in the exclusions, are covered. Hence the phrase "Exclusionary." We offer Exclusionary Coverage for most vehicles 20 years old or newer with less than 60,000 Miles on the Odometer.

  • LISTED COMPONENT AGREEMENTS
    Most of the Auto Warranties for New & Used Vehicles found at many Dealerships, Credit Unions or on Internet Websites are called "Listed Component" agreements. They only "List What is Covered". All of the other parts on the vehicle Not Listed in the Agreement are Excluded, hence the lower cost.

  • START DATE OF COVERAGE
    Our Agreements Start on the Purchase Date of the Contract, not the Original Purchase Date of the Vehicle (like at the Dealerships).

  • DO NOT BE FOOLED BY LOWER PRICING AND INFERIOR COVERAGE!
    You need to COMPARE contracts when shopping for a Service Agreement. For a proper comparison you should get actual copies of the contracts (not brochures, as they are vague). If the verbiage on the contract states, "We provide coverage for the following components", it is a "Listed Component" agreement, and not an "Exclusionary" one.

  • REMEMBER, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!