Sometimes called an “aftermarket car warranty” or “vehicle service contract,” an extended auto warranty kicks in after your initial manufacturer warranty has expired.
You can buy an extended auto warranty 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 warranty provider such as Endurance Auto or Car Shield for example.
We work with a large majority of the extended warranties out there. You simply bring in your vehicle and let us know the problems you are looking to have addressed, we start the claim through your extended warranty and go through the approval process. Most extended warranties have a deductible but there are some that do not depending on which plan you purchased. Once the approved repairs are complete the extended warranty pays us directly so all you are responsible for is the deductible if any.