Its simple, you make sure your car is serviced correctly (as the manufacturer recommends) and Warrantywise will carry out any repairs within the terms of your warranty plan.
Importantly there are no ‘weasel words’ such as Betterment, Consequential Damage, Excess or Improving Your Vehicle.
However no warranty plan can cover absolutely everything – not one can even on new cars and as your car gets older, it must be understood that simply parts will wear out may not be covered on your policy. So please make sure you completely understand what parts and eventualities aren’t covered in your warranty. This is really, really important and I expect you to read the section ‘What Your Plan Does Not Include’ carefully. I want you to be absolutely sure of your cover.
There are 5 warranty plans. The best or top plan will be selected for your vehicle always and will apply to your car. You can change your plan (at your own cost) within the first 30 days providing you haven’t made any claim for repairs.
This is a Service and Maintenance Warranty Plan like no other and, unlike other warranties, if anything is unfair or needs changing then, I have the final discretion if things ever go down to the wire. You can contact me, Quentin Willson, directly at: email@example.com (and, yes, it really is me).
Remember, you’ve got 30 days to call Warrantywise to alter things or even add parts that haven’t been included. If you wish to cancel within the first 30 days you will need to contact your supplying dealer.
Warranties are available to purchase after or if yours in place has expired.
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Of course this isn't a necessity of you to have however it does provide peace off mind as vehicles can sadly go wrong new and old.