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We know a vehicle purchase is a big deal. Protect your investment by choosing to add any of the available options here. Get peace of mind and save money on future service and repairs.
Keep that "showroom look" with protection against weather, sun, pets, spills, and everyday use.
Interior and Exterior Protection for your vehicle
A Vehicle Service Contract can save you thousands of dollars on auto repairs.
A Vehicle Service Contract can save you thousands of dollars on auto repairs. It covers repairs and parts replacement after a breakdown beyond the terms of your factory warranty. Plus, it's easy and convenient and it can help you protect your investment.
With the trend toward consumers keeping their vehicles longer, and most factory warranties expiring after three to four years, extended protection on a used vehicle is an important consideration. Vehicle Service Contracts provide the consumer with additional resources to help reduce the increasing out of pocket expenses caused by the complexity of today's automotive technology.
Installing devices that use electronic transmission technology can aid in the recovery of your vehicle in the event that it has been stolen.
Help protect your vehicle and your wallet from the unforeseen.
A vehicle is stolen every 40 seconds in the United States. Many are never recovered.
A vehicle thief will look for any way to steal your vehicle, and sometimes no matter what you do to prevent or deter vehicle theft, it can still happen. Installing devices that use electronic transmission technology can aid in the recovery of your vehicle in the event that it has been stolen. This electronic transmission technology has the potential to also help law enforcement reveal the location of other stolen vehicles—and possibility catch the thief in the act.
Protection against door dings, small dents, creases, and hail damage.
PDR is a specialized technique of repairing non-collision damage, while maintaining the factory paint warranty. The types of damages that are removed by PDR are door dings, small dents, creases, and hail damage.
Save money by purchasing regularly scheduled maintenance upfront.
Prepaid Maintenance Plan: pay for the necessary maintenance upfront and save money.
Prepaid maintenance plans cover the regularly scheduled maintenance listed in the owner's manual, such as oil and filter changes, air cabin filters, rotations, etc. When purchased up front, the plan is cheaper than making individual visits at a certified factory facility for each scheduled interval. Regularly maintained vehicles are safer, more reliable, and can make the difference between you being the person stranded on the side of the road and the person that stops to help them.
Costs of new high-tech electronic keys/fobs reaching several hundred dollars, replacing them can be an expensive proposition.
Today's vehicle keys can be very expensive to replace because of the embedded computer chips for remote locking systems, trunks and ignitions. Often replacement keys require reprogramming increasing the cost even further. It's that sinking feeling that every car owner experiences at some time. You can't find your keys, and you need to pick up the kids from school, drive to an important client meeting, or pick up your spouse from the airport. And with the costs of new high-tech electronic keys/fobs reaching several hundred dollars, replacing them can be an expensive proposition. Consider a Key Replacement plan as a cheaper alternative with small monthly payments instead of having to come up with several hundred dollars at the moment of need.
Tire manufacturers don't cover damage due to unforeseen road hazards—that's where we step in.
Everywhere you drive, you'll find debris on the roads and plenty of obstacles to avoid. Even if you properly maintain your tires (which can generally handle the normal bumps and scrapes), inevitably you will encounter the unforeseen road hazard that can leave you with a tire in need of repair, or worst yet, the need for replacement.
Road hazards! We're all familiar with them; whether it's a pothole or a lone nail that takes up residence in one of your tires. If your vehicle's tires are damaged by an encounter with a road hazard, you could be left stranded, or have to come up with an unexpected hefty repair. Tire Manufacturers do not cover road hazard conditions when you purchase new tires for your vehicle. Some insurance companies may cover tire hazard for an extra fee, but will often raise the premiums on you at a later date. Purchasing a Road Hazard Tire Protection Plan is affordable and offers you the peace of mind.
Avoid unexpected wear and tear charges at the end of your lease.
Leasing a new car should be a carefree and enjoyable alternative to the responsibilities of auto ownership. But many of the risks of driving a car - the small dents and dings that happen in parking lots, chipped paint, even worn tires - are your responsibility at lease-end. You either repair them, or you pay the leasing company to perform the repairs. You may lose part of your security deposit, all of it, or maybe even more… Why worry about the kinds of things that happen to almost any car?
With a Lease Care Plan, you may not have to worry about unexpected wear and tear charges at the end of your lease, because they will be taken care of through this protection plan.
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