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A car warranty is a deed executed by the vehicle dealer to repair and maintain the car for a particular period of time from the date of its sale. With a car warranty, there are two categories. They are called a new car warranty and aftermarket auto warranty. While a new car warranty refers to warranty issued to new cars, aftermarket auto warranty refers to warranty issued to a used car or pre-owned cars.

 

A new car warranty is offered on the basis of two factors. The first factor is the time and the second factor is the mileage. You can opt for a warranty between three months and three years from the date of sale. You can also opt for the warranty between 3,000 miles to 30,000 miles covered by the car.

 

The new car warranty takes care of the vehicle’s engine, power train, drive train, brake mechanism and power system. The warranty comes for a price with a premium to be paid as per the service provider’s specifications. Opt for a flexible warranty since it gives the car owner the freedom to change the service provider if the offer is dissatisfactory. Review at least five different warranties from different service providers before settling on one.

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Posted on Monday, July 30th, 2007 at 4:55 pm In New Car Warranties  


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