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Auto Warranty

Having protection matters when investing in an expensive commodity like a car. Auto warranties provide drivers with protection based on the age of the car or mileage.

New car warranties typically range from one to five years, with some being as long as 10 years. There are, however, certain qualifications and limitations, so you must carefully scrutinize the fine print. Sometimes it may be prudent to purchase an extended auto warranty in case of any mechanical issues that arise as your vehicle ages. Companies like CarChex offer competitive packages for every driver.




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