Telling A Good Vehicle Warranty From A Bad One
For people who are buying cars for the first time, there may be some confusion regarding what constitutes a good Vehicle Warranty over one that is less than desirable. There are obviously different types of Car Warranties that offer various levels of protection. This level of protection can be based on the amount the buyer is willing to spend, however there are a few key things a buyer absolutely must look for when evaluating any vehicle warranty. Here are a couple of examples.
A well-written vehicle warranty will not include the use of vague terms that can be interpreted in several different ways. Instead, the warranty will make use of language that is clear regarding what the owner will and will not receive as part of the warranty protection. If there is any sense that the terms are somewhat broad and could be understood in a variety of ways, chances are that the warranty will not be worth a great deal.
Another key factor is the type of protection provided within the warranty. At the very least, you want the vehicle warranty to cover the essential systems in the car, such as engine components and the gearbox. You may find that some warranties also carry provisions for the maintenance of the vehicle in order to increase the longevity of the car. Take the time to look closely at every item covered under the warranty terms, and compare the coverage to other warranties available. This will make it possible to choose the best one and enjoy the greatest level of protection.
Author - Michael Barclay
published: 06/01/2011 11:00:02