If you have purchased a used car recently, or answered your phone, you have probably been offered an extended warranty on your vehicle, which you pay extra for. The Credit Karma website posted a good article to read before considering such a program, https://www.creditkarma.com/auto/i/extended-car-warranty. Many other warnings exist on the internet against the way many of these programs work, but this article covers most. Some repair shops refuse to deal with them entirely. If you still want to consider a plan, read everything, ask questions, and look up their reputation. We have seen customers who have purchased one, and when they attempt to have “covered” repairs done they are surprised to find out that there is only a portion, or a fixed amount they will pay toward the part/repair/labor. Sometimes they will only pay toward used parts, but not the hardware to install them. Any remainder is at the customer's expense. You can end up paying significantly more on a job that you believed was “covered” because their definition is different than most people understand when they sign up, They find out when they try to use the warranty. We recommend putting the monthly cost of the warranty in the bank. At least it’s still your money to use where, when, and if you need to. We offer honest written quotes, nothing performed without the customer's informed consent. Most of these policies are written and sold by a business that doesn’t earn it's money paying for repairs. Visit our website, OCTANEGARAGENJ.com or call us at(732)509-9911.
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