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By: John Ormerod

What does the term ‘car parts insurance’ mean?

Car parts insurance will cover the cost of any parts that are deemed to have caused the breakdown of your car. There are various levels of cover that will cover different components of your car. Compare available levels of cover.

What parts does a car warranty cover?

This depends on the warranty you choose. We offer 4 levels of cover ranging from our Complete Warranty to our Absolute Warranty. The higher the level of cover, the more parts will be covered by your warranty.

To view a comparison of our car warranty products, click here. 

Do you replace parts that are worn under warranty?

If you opt for our UltimatePlus Warranty or our Absolute Warranty you will be covered for parts listed that are deemed to need to be replaced due to wear and tear depending on the mileage on your car, but only if these parts suffer a sudden failure. We are not able to replace parts that are worn but have not broken. For further details please view car warranty features

In this Section: Wear and tear
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Rest assured all products sold by GO Car Warranty are fully insured and regulated by the FCA.

Key Facts about our insurance services can be found in our initial disclosure document.

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