Welcome to Vehicle Services Department – a company created to provide drivers with options to protect them from high costs of auto repairs. A vehicle service contract, commonly referred to as an extended auto warranty, is a protection offered to drivers that picks up where the standard manufacturer warranty expires and causes a lapse in coverage.
Most new manufacturer auto warranties expire after three years or 36,000 miles. What will you do after it has expired? Do you start paying for auto repairs? Of course not; you will need an extended coverage plan.
Why Did I Receive a Letter?
No need to get scared! If you received a letter from us it simply means that your vehicle’s manufacturer warranty is about to expire (or is already expired). We are only alerting you so you can avoid a total lack of coverage.
Should your vehicle’s factory warranty coverage expire, you will be left liable, financially, for any and all repairs due to vehicle breakdown. However, Vehicle Services Department offers plans and options to extend the life of your coverage. We will continue to provide protection for your vehicle.
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