Replacing an Expired Vehicle Warranty
Once the Vehicle Warranty obtained when you purchased your new or used car expires, it may not be possible to reactivate that same warranty plan. The good news is that a number of independent providers will be happy to extend a warranty to you, providing that your car meets certain basic criteria such as the amount of mileage on the engine, the age of the vehicle and the car's general condition. The trick is to know where to find these providers.
One quick way to look for a replacement vehicle warranty is to take to the internet. A quick search for car or vehicle warranty plans will provide immediate access to a number of plans that will be of interest. Most of the sites will provide some background on the types of warranties offered and what qualifications the car must meet in order to be eligible for each plan. Some even offer an instant quote feature that makes it possible to provide specific information regarding where you live, the make and model of vehicle and other relevant data, making it possible to compare several plans in a short period of time.
Keep in mind that as with all types of warranty plans, it is important to delve into the background of the vehicle warranty and the provider before making a commitment. Check around and make sure the provider has a good reputation and is known to stand behind the warranties offered. Assuming the scope of coverage is acceptable, the premium is affordable, and the provider has a good reputation, you can replace that expired warranty in a matter of minutes and rest easy once again.
Author - Michael Barclay
published: 13/05/2011 14:00:00