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Auto Warranty Help When You Need It Most

The automobile industry is constantly changing. Not only dealerships, but entire companies are disappearing. Since many service contracts require that the work be done by the dealer, you can be in a world of trouble if the dealership in your town closes. Your best hedge against unforeseen and uninsured auto repair is an extended auto warranty with My Warranty Plan.

Many car buyers purchase extended warranties together with their cars, from the dealer. They neglect to consider that they are also paying finance charges as the warranty is generally added to the financed purchase price of the car. With My Warranty Plan, there are no finance charges, so you always pay less.

My Warranty Plan gives you the opportunity to select a plan perfectly suited to the age and condition of your vehicle, while staying within your budget. Choose coverage ranging from virtually everything to transmission and power train only. Often we find that the cost of the auto warranty is covered the very first time you need it. There is no limit to the number of claims you can file. Let’s face it, every automobile will eventually have serious repair issues; it isn’t a question of if, but when. My Warranty Plan eliminates those major financial hits that always seem to occur when you can least afford them.

You and your mechanic will work directly with a Customer Care Representative to ensure each claim is handled quickly and professionally. Since each claim is unique, your Customer Care Rep will make sure you understand each step of the process. With years of accumulated experience, My Warranty Plan can ensure that payments are processed efficiently.

Just fill out our short online quote form to find out how we can help you begin to save money with an extended auto warranty today.

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