July 15th, 2015 by Hal Moses
When you are choosing an extended auto warranty program is important to look through the various exclusions of the policy you are purchasing. Most reputable auto warranty providers make their inclusions and exclusions clear and concise and have no mixed wording to confuse a repair shop or customer. However, some of the shadier companies out […]
February 7th, 2008 by Hal Moses
How do you avoid a financial loss when your car is totaled?
New and used car buyers are potentially losing thousands of dollars when their vehicle is totaled after an accident or theft. Many do not know that they can acquire an additional insurance policy when they first purchase the car.
Some auto warranty providers […]
A group of state and national aftermarket associations filed a lawsuit versus the California Air Resources Board, aka-CARB that challenged their proposed regulations that requires vehicle manufacturers to extend auto warranties on emissions parts to 10 years and 120,000 miles which would keep replacements running through their dealer networks.
One of the plaintiffs, the Automotive Service […]
February 3rd, 2008 by Hal Moses
Auto warranty claims in the automotive sector for new car warranties are up by less than 1% in the first three quarters of 2007. When we compare this with the first three quarters of 2006 this is very good news. In new car warranty claims it is a very small change. Automobile manufacturers are very […]
February 2nd, 2008 by Hal Moses
There’s no arguing that 2008 is a very important year for the automotive industry. Consistent recalls, the fuel crisis, and many public-relations situations have automobile manufactures struggling to keep their customers loyal. It will be interesting to watch during the year to see what makes and models can avoid a continuous downward slide of sales.
January 28th, 2008 by Darren Dunner
Road service refers to assistance extended by auto warranty providers to vehicle owners at times of distress. It is not obligatory that a road service plan be included with new car warranties or used car warranties. They are however, important and assist customers in distress, especially when they are stranded on motorways when their vehicle breaks down.
Normally, the […]
January 27th, 2008 by Hal Moses
Sure, you want to be environmentally friendly and don’t want to put any more money than you need to into the pockets of the fat cat executives of the oil industry. But is purchasing a new hybrid vehicle a good way of going about it. I believe the answer is yes. The demand for hybrids […]
Lawmakers recently voted to strengthen the regulation of auto repair facilities after an investigation by a television news team from Nevada.
Apparently the current laws in place are more or less a license to rip people off. The new laws help streamline the regulatory process and have the Department of Motor Vehicles named as the place […]