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An Aftermarket Auto Warranty Can Cover Wear And Tear

Usually, motorists will buy an aftermarket auto warranty or an extended auto warranty for their vehicles when their factory warranty is up. When you buy an aftermarket auto warranty, your warranty provider covers the costs of your bills for repair and replacements of specific parts of your vehicle. There are some things that you should think about when you plan on purchasing an aftermarket auto warranty.

An aftermarket auto warranty usually doesn’t cover costs for repairs that are a result of wear and tear. An aftermarket bumper-to-bumper warranty will cover the costs for replacement and repair of most of the parts of your vehicle. However, this generally excludes parts such as your tires, brakes, etc. The important thing to know is that there are companies out there that provide warranties that cover the costs of wear and tear parts as well as all of the other parts. It is wise to buy a warranty that covers wear and tear parts, even if it is more expensive than a normal mechanical warranty. The reason for this is because almost 80% of your vehicle repair expenses are a result of wear and tear problems. You can save a decent amount of money with an auto warranty that covers wear and tear issues. This is especially true if you have a vehicle that is older.

Posted on Monday, December 23rd, 2013 at 7:57 am In Aftermarket Auto Warranty  

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