What Do National Auto Care Warranties Cover?


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As of 2015, National Auto Care warranties, or vehicle service agreements, cover a broad spectrum of equipment, such as powertrains, hybrid and electric vehicles, personal use snowplows and commercial vehicles, according to National Auto Care. Warranties can cover vehicles with up to 156,000 miles. Other warranties cover lift-kit modifications, undersized and oversized tires, certified pre-owned vehicles, powersport vehicles and recreational vehicles. Coverage varies by state, lender and dealer.

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National Auto Care warranty coverage benefits include roadside assistance, towing and locksmith service on-site, explains the company. Trip interruption protection and fuel pickup and delivery services are included. Coverage includes seals, gaskets, and wear and tear.

Vehicle service agreements that protect powersport motorcraft cover all-terrain vehicles up to 10 years old, on- and off-road motorcycles, personal watercraft up to 5 years old and snowmobiles, notes National Auto Care. Coverage for sidecars, trailers and side-by-side vehicles is available. Coverage for seals and gaskets is optional.

An administrator of vehicle service agreements for 30 years, National Auto Care services dealerships and financial institutions that offer its extended warranty products, explains the company. After a manufacturer's warranty expires, an extended warranty covers certain breakdowns and repairs, according to Edmunds.com. Vehicle owners can purchase the warranties before or after manufacturers' warranties expire.

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