Selling Used Cars : How to Purchase an Extended Vehicle Warranty

Selling Used Cars : How to Purchase an Extended Vehicle Warranty


The topic today is how to buy an extended
vehicle warranty. Alright, you might ask yourself, “What is an extended warranty and why do I
need this thing?” Extended warranties cover they’re they’re various things you can buy.
They’re like insurance. You can buy a power train warranty. You can buy a power train
plus warranty. Or you can buy something that covers the whole darn car. There’s deductibles
from zero all the way up to two hundred dollar deductible. So when you’re buying an extended
warranty, you need to make sure you know what you’re talking about because that’s where
a dealer can really take advantage of you. Or make sure you just get what your value
is. You want to get the value of your extended warranty. Now one thing you will know after
thirty six thousand miles on most warranties are going to be ineffective for you to buy
one. So you want to purchase it before you hit thirty thousand miles on your new vehicle
or used vehicle. But once it hits thirty six thousand miles on most cars, it’s going to
be out of manufacturer warranty. So that’s when you want to purchase it. And you really
don’t need it ’till then because you’re covered. So what I would suggest you do is know what
you want. If you want just a power train warranty, that’s the one that cost the least. But it
it it takes care of the most components. The transmission, the engine, anything that’s
going to cost you two or three thousand dollars. And you know you can buy a fifty dollar deductible,
a hundred dollar deductible, or two hundred dollar deductible. Just make sure you know
what you’re talking about when you go into the dealership to buy one.

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