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Motor Warranty FAQ

  • All new cars come with a variety of warranties. The most common warranty is the bumper-to-bumper warranty/factory warranty that the manufacturer provides. These warranties remain in effect for a certain period or kilometres. When your cars manufacturer’s warranty is near its end or has already come to an end, it’s time to consider an extended car warranty. If your car breaks down with no warranty in place, you will be liable for the cost of repairs.

    Motor Warranty provides you with protection against the cost of parts and labour following mechanical or electrical failures, after the original manufacturer’s warranty expires.

*Roadworthy vehicles, t’s and c’s apply


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