We all know today’s automobiles are more reliable than ever
before. However, when they do break down the repair bill can be hundreds and
even in the thousands of dollars. In order to avoid this you must choose the
right auto service plan. Warranty
Nation offers a full range of robust service plans at affordable prices.
You can of course simply opt for an extended warranty from
the local car dealer, but is this really the best way to go? Does the dealer
offer a one size fits all warranty? Do they explain in detail exactly what is
covered? Perhaps what is not covered is buried in the fine print. Do your
homework and only choose an auto service warranty
that is right for you.
There are several warranty options to choose from. The first
step is to consider how you use your car. Is it just to run errands around town,
or do you often travel out of state and put high miles on your car? More miles
means more wear and tear on your car, and increases the likelihood of a
breakdown. If you only use your car for limited around town driving perhaps a power
train warranty works for you. This service plan protects drive axles, 4x4,
water pump, internal engine parts and the transmission.
Of course you can opt for stronger protection by acquiring a
comprehensive service contract. This plan protects the alternator, starter,
electrical system, transmission, water pump, fuel system, and the air
conditioning system. This is the ideal plan for low to moderate driving habits.
In addition, all service plans pay for covered repairs directly to the repair
center. You avoid expensive out of pocket repair bills.
People who travel extensively and place high miles on their
car’s are best served with complete bumper to bumper protection. This strong
coverage covers just about all repairs on your car excluding oil changes. This
warranty is ideal for out of state travelers because it offers towing, a rental
car, and 24 hour roadside assistance. Moreover, if you are over 100 miles away
from home this plan reimburses your hotel and meal expenses while your car is
In the end, car repairs are higher than ever before.
Choosing a warranty is dependent on your driving habits. People who do
extensive driving and place high miles on their cars are better served with
bumper to bumper coverage, while the local driver might fell comfortable with a
power train warranty or a comprehensive service plan. The warranty you choose