What Is Included in a Dodge Extended Warranty?


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Dodge Maximum Care extended warranties provide complete mechanical coverage for over 5,000 components on the vehicle. Additionally, the warranties offer a low deductible and first day cost of a rental car, a daily allowance for car rental, roadside assistance, trip interruption protection and the ability to transfer the protection warranty to a second owner. The Added Care warranty covers over 800 vehicle components and offers similar perks beyond repair coverage. Both plans are available for new and certified pre-owned vehicles.

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While the Maximum Care warranty covers virtually every mechanical component of the vehicle, the Added Care warranty does not. It does not cover damage to the vehicle's body or any repairs needed to the interior upholstery. It also does not cover repairs for airbags, seat belts or security systems. Additionally, it only offers limited coverage for air conditioner repairs.

Dodge extended warranties are not meant to duplicate manufacturer's warranties. Instead, they take over after the manufacturer's warranty expires. Customers are liable for the car's regular maintenance. Dodge offers its warranties in a number of year and mileage combinations, but the most commonly purchased extended warranty is seven years or 100,000 miles. Lifetime warranties are available, but they are not transferable to a second owner.

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