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GM Extended Warranty - Whats In It? - Articles Surfing

An extended warranty is a contract between you and a service provider. Many people purchase extended auto warranties to shield themselves against the costs resulting from mechanical breakdown or failure to their vehicle. The extent of coverage, benefits, and terms of payment are particular to each individual contract. An auto extended warranty give you're the right level of coverage. Although the main advantage of obtaining a car warranty is to avoid high costs of automobile repairs, many plans come with additional benefits.

You can buy warranties that are specific to the manufacturers. For example, you can buy a GM extended warranty. All GM cars and trucks have a full manufacturer's warranty for a term of 3 years and 36,000 Miles. The GM Warranty is transferable at no cost to an unlimited number of owners. Roadside assistance is also provided during the basic warranty period. If you want more protection than this, you can get a GM extended warranty that covers your vehicle after the manufacturer's full warranty ends up to 100,000 miles if you choose.

A GM extended warranty covers almost every major component on the vehicle. Usually, a GM extended warranty will also include roadside assistance and rental vehicles. Another feature on a GM extended warranty is that it begins the day you purchase it, not from the original in-service date. This means you get use of the GM extended warranty for the full term represented. A GM extended warranty can be used at any GM dealership or licensed repair garage.

A GM extended warranty provides you with comprehensive coverage that gives you the peace-of-mind when driving a GM. You don*t have to worry about your GM vehicle if your original warranty is up. Say you are driving your GM for four years, it overheats, and your original, 3-year warranty is up. If you have a GM extended warranty, it's not a problem! Just take your vehicle to a GM dealer or a GM-licensed repair garage, and your car will be worked on and fixed under warranty.

The small cost for this added benefit is nothing compared to the peace-of-mind you will have knowing your vehicle is covered.

Submitted by:

R. Palkra

R. Palkra has spent over 40 years in the automotive industry, and knows the "in's and outs' of the system. Now retired, his mission is to spread his knowledge, and help educate others, so they are armed with the information they need. You can find out more, voice your opinion, and share your experience at http://www.extendedwarrantyreviews.com/blog/.



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