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Do Local Laws Affect Car Warranty Benefits

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Depending on where you live, the structure and benefit offered in Car Warranty plans are likely influenced to some degree by governmental laws and standards that are designed to provide some sort of basis for the creation of contractual obligations between consumers and providers.  While most consumers do not give a lot of thought to this aspect of the warranty agreement, the existence of these laws is actually to your advantage.  Here are a couple of reasons why.

Typically, any laws and standards aimed at the drafting of binding contracts will help to ensure there is at least some protection for both of the parties that choose to enter into a contractual arrangement.  As it relates to a car warranty, those laws require that the responsibilities that you assume as part of your involvement in the agreement are clear and concise in the contract terms, so you know exactly what must be done in order to hold up your end of the bargain.  Those same laws also make it necessary for the provider to be very clear about what benefits you receive as the result of purchasing the car warranty.

Thanks to those laws and regulations, you are also guaranteed a means of seeking redress if you believe that your rights in relation to the contract have been violated in some manner.  For example, if you are denied a benefit when you were in full compliance with the requirements set in the contract, you do have the right to take action.  At the same time, consumer laws also prevent you from taking undue advantage of the provider, creating an environment in which hopefully both parties know what is expected and will enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship for as long as the car warranty is in effect.

Author -Michael Barclay

Car Warranty  13/06/2011 14:00:00

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