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What is a Vehicle Service Contract and Why Do You Need One?
Every vehicle comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. These generally expire 3 years from the purchase date or when the vehicle’s odometer reaches 36,000 miles. Once your vehicle eclipses its factory warranty, you may be responsible for the cost of all repairs when mechanical failures occur.
Auto insurance is an entirely separate coverage that comes into play should you be involved in a collision or are affected by an unforeseeable event such as theft or weather damage.
A vehicle service contract (VSC) covers the mechanical portion of your vehicle, which auto insurance does not. For a low monthly rate, a VSC provides financial protection and peace of mind by covering the cost of unexpected repairs and keeping you on the road.
Why Choose 1800Warranty.com?
1800Warranty.com offers affordable, month-to-month subscription service coverage with no long-term obligation. Our service contracts are easily modified to meet your changing needs, giving you ultimate flexibility.
1800Warranty.com works to ensure you receive the best available coverage options at the absolute lowest prices. All our contracts cover parts and labor, are honored at any licensed repair facility you choose, include emergency roadside assistance and rental car coverage, and are customizable at any time. Additionally, we pay the repair facility directly for their services, meaning you do not have to wait for any reimbursements!
There’s no risk to try our services for yourself. If you change your mind at any time during the first 30 days of a VSC purchase, we will refund you entirely.
Need Service or Ready to File a Claim?
Help is just a phone call away. The welcome packet you receive upon signing includes the necessary contact numbers for immediate help with a vehicle breakdown or for customer service guidance to file a repair claim.
If your vehicle is out of service, contact roadside assistance for prompt rescue. If you can drive to a service center, locate your nearest ASE-certified mechanic or click below to select a trusted RepairPal Certified shop near you.
Upon arrival at the repair shop, let them know you have a service contract. Provide your welcome packet for reference and they will take it from there.