Endurance Warranty offers vehicle protection plans that allow vehicle owners to pay for car repairs and parts. Car owners tend to encounter high repair costs after an auto manufacturer's warranty runs out, and this is where Endurance Warranty comes in. It offers several package plans including Secure, Superior and Supreme.
As of 2015, the Secure plan is the most affordable option and covers the most important vehicle components except brakes, air conditioner, cooling system, fuel system and steering. The Superior plan offers mid-level coverage and protection for all parts, but does not offer exclusionary coverage. The Supreme plan offers premium coverage, and it gives car owners a piece of mind by providing full-car protection.
Endurance Warranty involves no middlemen in its services, so it is the direct administrator of all the plans it offers. The plans protect car owners against mechanical breakdowns and the costs involved. Each plan comes with 24/7 emergency services, such as car rental services, towing services, roadside assistance, fuel delivery and road hazard assistance. However, the plans do not cover pre-existing vehicle conditions. Customers who are not happy with the service have a 30-day money-back guarantee or can transfer their plans to a company of their choice.