Consumers, perhaps now more than ever, are concerned with extending the life of their current vehicles, due to the high costs of both new and used cars. With that comes many questions: Are extended car warranties worthwhile for the average car owner? How much do they cost? What are the different plans and tiers available? How difficult is it to file a claim?
The answers to these questions vary greatly depending on the age, make and model of the vehicle, in addition to where you live. There is simply no one-size-fits-all quote, or even a ballpark quote, that can be given to encompass all consumers. Prices could range from $50 per month, to several times that much. That's why it's important to seek out quotes from multiple providers before making a decision.
ConsumerAffairs has made the process easy, with a Buyers Guide comparing all of the industry's major warranty providers. Compare brands side-by-side, read tens of thousands of verified reviews from real customers, and receive answers to all of your warranty questions.
For those who want to take the legwork out of the research, ConsumerAffairs has a solution there as well. Users can provide a few basic details about their vehicle, state their preferences, coverage desires and needs, and any possible discount considerations, and receive a list of qualifying warranties that best suit each individual.