Thursday, April 24, 2014

About Extended Warranties

Once your vehicle's manufacturer warranty expires, it's still important to have coverage in case an unfortunate circumstance occurs. Investing in an extended warranty for your vehicle can help ensure that your vehicle is always in the best mechanical condition and can help you avoid expensive repair bills. An extended warranty is repair coverage that kicks in after the typical manufacturer bumper-to-bumper warranty has expired. This extended warranty will cover most major breakdowns and will help  stabilize the cost of repairs, since the price of parts and labor tends to fluctuate over time. You have the option to purchase this warranty any time before the manufacturer warranty expires. You can even purchase an extended warranty after the manufacturer warranty expires, although the price will go up considerably.