Extended Auto Warranties for
Any Make, Model or Mileage Vehicles
We have the exact same coverage as the dealers, but
500.00 to 1000.00 less Than them with the same or better coverage!
Commercial, alt fuel, motorcycles, RV's, atvs', new or used.
Official Warranty provider for U.S. Rider Motor club as well as many
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If your gonna buy an extended warranty DO NOT BUY AFTER MARKET ONES!!! Stick
with the manufactures extended warranty.
These companies do not cover what an extended warranty from the factory
cover, they normally want an adjuster to come out and look at the failed
part. (Time consuming) and look for ways to back out.
Not to say how many times they go out of business and the customer loses
Chrysler Tech (my opinion)
they aren't really adjusters glen, they don't adjust anything......they are
inspectors. mechanics that come and give their unbiased opinion about what
happened. they then call in a report to the warranty company and the
warranty company's make the decisions from there......
most aftermarket warranty companies will not do that unless they feel
there's a reason too.........it costs them money to do that, and trust me
the factory's due it too........FORD esp, GM protection plan, Subaru
financial, etc etc
Your right about the adjuster, but I have never seen an inspector come into
any dealer that I worked at in the past 25 years to inspect a complaint, I
have heard of many abused vehicles that have tried to get problems fixed due
to lack of maintenance or abuse and the dealer ask a second party to come in
but that rarely happens. I still believe the best service contract is the
one that comes from the factory and not an after market one.
definitely, factory coverage provides much more. some of the aftermarket
companies will cover a cyl head but wont pay for a thermostat.....still
shaking my head over that one. pay for a CV joint but not a boot....
I think the main reason most inspectors get sent out is to look at some of
the crazy things people do to their cars. like the range rover with the
hole in the transfer case from hitting a rock up 4 wheeling in a place he
shouldn't have been, and trying to tell me the joint came part while going
down I-70. yeah right. the warranty company basically wanted pictures on
last dodge I got with factory extended warranty was a Cummins 4wd that had
twisted the splines off the front and rear pinion while hauling sheep down
off the mountain in (4 LOW) in his stock trailer. don't see much factory
extended stuff these days though except for GM.
I've always purchased the max extended chrysler warranty for my jeeps
and dodges. Never had any issues with claims and in all cases the
covered repairs more than covered the cost of the extended warranty.
When I purchased my PT Czr I thought I would save a few bucks and NOT
purchase the chrysler extended. Eventually I purchased and
aftermarket (warranty gold) which was about 30% less overall. About
1 year into it, without ever having had to use it, the warranty
company went bankrupt and I was left with a very expensive piece of
When I purchase my next new vehicle (most likely a jeep) it WILL have
the chrysler max extended FACTORY warranty.
Just my $.02.
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