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Utilize Your New Car Warranty To Its Max!

A number of new cars and other vehicles develop problems very soon after being bought. Most of the times, a new car does not have any serious problems and most malfunctioning are due to a loose nut or bolt somewhere. However, getting your car diagnosed and repaired will still cost you money, and paying all this repair money is quite bothersome after you have already shelled out a fortune on your new vehicle. At times like these, a new car warranty is the best thing that can happen to you or your car.
A new car warranty covers almost all repairs and replacements that occur due to manufacturing defects and the manufacturer or your dealer either repairs your car free of charge or reimburses you for the repairs in case you get them done somewhere else. However, you must keep in mind that most new car warranties do not cover damages or defects caused to any part of the machinery due to normal wear and tear. Most warranties do not cover tires and cover batteries for only a portion of the total warranty period, since these parts are more prone to be damaged by use. Therefore, it is advised that you check your warranty for parts covered before getting your car repaired, and take it to your dealer for repairs in case the repairs you require are covered by the warranty.

Posted on Monday, September 3rd, 2007 at 2:00 pm In New Car Warranties  

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