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ForeverCar is an online broker that offers vehicle service contracts from multiple providers. It has four coverage options: Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum Plus. While the company could make it easier to understand its plans before requiring your contact info, details are available on its website, and the plans are customizable.
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I got an email from lendingtree.com regarding ForeverCar. I wouldn't have given it a second look if it was ForeverCar by itself but I'm familiar with LendingTree and I know it's a legit company. It gave ForeverCar some credibility and I was interested in doing an extended warranty anyway so I got online, looked up some of the reviews, and everything looked good. Signing up was simple so I was happy with that. I called and they signed me up for a contract and I'm just waiting for it to kick in. They were very knowledgeable with the questions that I had. Also, they knew how it all worked and that was all I needed.
I'm a Lyft driver and they recommended ForeverCar because it is one of their partners. ForeverCar had things where we could have a discount with Lyft. I called and talked to the lady and said I wanted to be covered. It is $25 a month or less than what the average maintenance is on the car. It's not a bad deal and I plan on keeping this warranty for a long time. The rep was very polite and knowledgeable. She answered all my questions and did a good job. ForeverCar is great and was worth looking into to put on my budget.
I have 65,000 miles on my car and this warranty I have right now expires at 70. I wanted to get another warranty, so I looked online at several different places. I have a different company on my other vehicle and I called them first, and they were a bit higher on this vehicle due to the higher mileage. So, I did some more research and then I came across ForeverCar. I called them up and I told the lady what I was looking for and what I wanted. She went down the list and found me an auto warranty that she recommended.
The folks at ForeverCar are friendly and the warranty is easy to use, but you should have due diligence and definitely do some follow-up before you go and purchase it. I probably should have done that, but they're in the Better Business Bureau and they're A+ rate. However, the Better Business Bureau is not a really good statistic view on different things, and one of the people at Undercarrier, the actual insurance company that I called, told me that ForeverCar doesn't have very good reviews at all. These other folks told me that I better check out ForeverCar and cancel it while I can. Some of the comments I saw online had people saying that they went to the mechanic who said right away, "I'm not paying that". I'm thinking if I should keep ForeverCar or drop it and just do without it, but I've been really busy and haven't had the chance to get in there to take care of that.
I wanted to have coverage for the vehicle and I looked into quite a few companies, and ForeverCar seemed to have the best coverage. The rep was knowledgeable and answered all my questions. It was an easy process and a positive experience.
ForeverCar had the best price and coverage that I could find for my high mileage. Their salesperson seemed to know what he was talking about. He explained everything to me and answered pretty much everything I could ask. He seemed to care as well. So far, I've made my first payment and have already referred someone to ForeverCar.
My warranty was over on my personal vehicle then I got the offer through Lyft and I decided to go with ForeverCar. Before that, I was going to go through one of my dealership offers, but I had to put $500 down for that. With ForeverCar, I didn't have to put a downpayment. The rep gave me a couple of options that they offer, the number of miles I could get, and the prices. And I liked the price with the discount that he offered me. I've had the warranty for less than a month now, and it has been pretty easy with them.
I had auto warranty with my previous vehicles, but I just kept getting to look for it with my current vehicle. The ForeverCar rep that I dealt with was extremely knowledgeable and very helpful with my technical questions. I had payment set up on auto debit, and so far so good.
It's good to have an auto warranty and I always had one, and I like that I can do low monthly payments with ForeverCar. I just signed up with them and their rep was friendly and knowledgeable. It was an awesome experience.
I’ve only had one conversation with ForeverCar, which was when we bought the warranty a few months ago. My experience has been fine so far.
I got the coverage from ForeverCar not too long ago and it was a good experience. The sales rep made sure that I had everything that I wanted and when I called to change my address, I didn't have a problem.
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- 444 North Orleans
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- United States
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