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Peace of Mind for the Road Ahead with a Vehicle Service Contract


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Are you considering purchasing a pre-owned automobile? A vehicle service contract may provide you with the peace of mind to ensure you can afford any repairs that may come on the road ahead.

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Peace of Mind for the Road Ahead with a Vehicle Service Contract

  1. 1. Peace of Mind for the Road Ahead with a Vehicle Service Contract
  2. 2. If You Decide to Purchase a Pre-owned Vehicle…. You might also want to consider purchasing a vehicle service contract.
  3. 3. What Is a Vehicle Service Contract? • A Vehicle Service Contract, VSC, is commonly referred to as an “aftermarket warranty”. • Sold by an independent company, like CARS Protection Plus, a VSC offers assistance on future repairs and service when a factory warranty has run out..
  4. 4. Benefits of Purchasing a Vehicle Service Contract • A VSC is usually significantly cheaper than a manufacturer’s warranty. • VSC’s often offer roadside assistance and other features. • A VSC provides financial assistance on authorized repairs and services.
  5. 5. Considerations for Choosing a Plan • CARS Protection Plus offers several different protection plans to provide customers an option for every budget. • When choosing a plan, consider the type of coverage you need now and into the future.
  6. 6. Tips for Reading a Vehicle Service Contract • Look for specifics. If the repair isn’t listed, it is probably not covered. • Review the deductible, covered labor rate, and claims process to ensure your understanding.
  7. 7. Questions to Ask • Does the provider have a good reputation? CARS Protection Plus maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. • Is the company insured? CARS Protection Plus is underwritten by Dealers Assurance Corp.
  8. 8. Things to Remember about a Vehicle Service Contract • You are still responsible for maintenance. • A VSC will only cover the repairs listed in the agreement.
  9. 9. Finding Peace of Mind on the Road A VSC can be a useful investment to help offset vehicle costs in the event of a mechanical failure or breakdown. Understanding and choosing the right plan and provider will go a long way in finding peace of mind on the road.