WHAT IS A VEHICLE SERVICE CONTRACT?

Sometimes called an “aftermarket car warranty” or “vehicle service contract,” a vehicle service contract kicks in after your initial warranty has expired and is intended to offset the costs of expensive repairs after your vehicle’s standard manufacturer’s warranty expires.

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Benefits of a vehicle service contract
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Electrical

Alternator, voltage regulator, starter motor, starter solenoid, distributor, Temperature control programmer, & ignition.

Heating & A/C

Condenser, compressor, compressor clutch, field coil, accumulator, & A/C high/low pressure compressor cutoff switches

Components

Wiper motor(s), power window motors, power door lock actuators, automatic temperature control, & power antenna.

Engine & Transmission

All internally lubricated parts including: pistons, piston rings and pins, crankshaft and main bearings, & torque converter.

Front & Rear Suspension

Upper and lower control arms, control arm shafts and bushings, spindle supports, stabilizer shaft, stabilizer linkage.

ABS Brakes

Wheel Speed Sensors, Hydraulic Pump/Motor Assembly, Pressure Modulator Valve/ Isolation Dump Valve, & Accumulator.

VEHICLE SERVICE CONTRACT COVERAGE OPTIONS FOR YOUR PEACE OF MIND

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A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “auto warranty” or an “extended car warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle. An Extended warranties or Vehicle Service Contracts give you something to fall back on when that one expires or to cover more than basic repairs

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VEHICLE SERVICE CONTRACT COVERAGE OPTIONS FOR YOUR PEACE OF MIND.

Get your vehicle covered by the ultimate in extended vehicle service protection before its too late.

Sometimes called an “aftermarket car warranty” or “vehicle service contract,” a vehicle service contract kicks in after your initial warranty has expired and is intended to offset the costs of expensive repairs after your vehicle’s standard manufacturer’s warranty expires. You can buy a vehicle service contract at any time, even after your original manufacturer’s warranty has expired, either through your car’s original equipment manufacturer (OEM), like BMW or Ford, or through a third-party provider. The best extended vehicle service contracts offer multiple protection plans with low deductibles, 24/7 roadside assistance, complimentary towing, plus rental car, meal and lodging reimbursement if your car leaves you stranded far from home.

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Cooling

Radiator, radiator fan blade and motor, fan clutch, water pump, Seals and gaskets

Gasoline/diesel engine

Cylinder block, cylinder head(s) if damage by internally lubricated parts. All internally lubricated parts including: pistons, piston rings and pins, crankshaft and main bearings, connecting rods and rod bearings, camshaft and bearings, pushrods, rocker arms, valves, valve springs, seats and guides, lifters, followers, oil pump, timing chain, timing gear. Valve covers, timing cover, and oil pan if damaged by internally lubricated parts; vacuum pump, seals and gaskets

Brakes

Non – ABS master cylinder, power booster, calipers, wheel cylinders; proportioning valve, backing plates, springs, clips and retainers, self-adjusters, parking brake linkage and cables, Seals and gaskets

Transmission

All internally lubricated parts, torque converter, vacuum modulator. Transmission case, transfer case, transmission pan if damage by internally lubricated parts. Does not include the following manual transmission components: Clutch Friction, Clutch disc and pressure plate, throw out bearing, pilot bearing, clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder, manual and hydraulic linkages

Drive axle

Housing(s) and cover if damage by internally lubricated parts. All internally lubricated parts including: axle shafts, universal joints and yokes, constant velocity shaft or joint or both, drive shaft center bearings, supports, propeller shafts, locking hub mechanisms.

Steering

Steering box and rack and pinion unit and all their internal lubricated parts including: power steering pump and cylinder, main and intermediate steering shafts and couplings; pitman arm, idler arm, tie rod ends and drag link, seals and gaskets

WHY DO I NEED A VEHICLE SERVICE CONTRACT (VSC)?

A Vehicle Service Contract provides repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s car warranty expires.
Extended warranties, or Vehicle Service Contracts, give you something to fall back on when the manufacturer warranty expires, or to cover more than basic repairs.

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VSC Finders is a marketing company, and by submitting this inquiry it is understood that you will be matched with and contacted by a preferred vehicle specialist. If your manufacturer’s auto warranty or dealer’s extended auto warranty has expired or is about to expire and you are now looking for extended vehicle coverage through a new vehicle service contract, please do not hesitate to inquire for a FREE quote. Whether your vehicle is a new or used car, there are available car coverage plans to protect you from spending thousands on future repair bills. Mechanical, Electrical and Engine issues can all be unexpected costly expenses without having a vehicle protection plan.