Auto Warranty

When you purchase a new automobile, a manufacturer warranty is included. When you purchase an old automobile, the factory warranty may still be active and/or you might have extended warranties available. Manufacturer or automaker warranties typically include bumper-to-bumper, corrosion and federal government required warranties that cover exhaust components, seatbelt, restraint and air bag related components. The specifics of these warranties are usually basic and do not involve mechanical malfunctions or repairs. To cover any other expenses that may arise with time or during an accident, sign up for an auto warranty. Revise carefully what your current factory warranty includes and compare it to an auto warranty plan. Auto warranties provide protection based on the age and mileage of a car. Acquiring an auto warranty may protect you from high maintenance costs and repairs in the future.