When you first buy a new vehicle, it’s easy to take the warranty for granted. After all, if you have any issue, your local dealership is easily able to resolve the problem. It seems simply enough, and it alleviates many of your worries. By the time your warranty eventually expires, you’ve likely put quite a few miles on the vehicle. It’s easy to panic and think that vehicle extended warranty programs provide the only solution, but this isn’t true. Read more “The Concerns of an Expired Vehicle Warranty”
A bumper-to-bumper warranty sounds pretty fantastic. When you buy a new car, you’ll be told about all the great deals, trade-in options, and various packages or trims that are available. They’ll also do their best to convince you that a bumper-to-bumper warranty is the best thing ever. It may sound great, but the reality is that factory warranties come standard and often cover the basics well enough. A bumper-to-bumper warranty is provided by the dealership and is designed to be truly comprehensive. This is definitely a step beyond the factory warranty, but it might not be the golden promise you imagined it to be. The reality is that they don’t last forever. Fortunately, extended vehicle protection plans can pick up the slack and offer the security you need when dealership and factory warranties fall short. Read more “Are Bumper-to-Bumper Warranties Worth it?”
Whether your business sells, repairs, insures, or lends money to purchase cars, offering the right vehicle service contracts is crucial to your bottom line and customer satisfaction. Purchasing auto service contracts should be a straightforward process for businesses and consumers. Service contract companies should detail their coverage in clear language, but that isn’t always the case. Some vehicle service contract companies offer different types of auto service contracts, including manufacturer’s extensions and classic car service protection plans. These plans should include five coverage areas, no matter what type of plan it is, although there are usually additional options that can be added. Read more “Top 5 Things Your Vehicle Warranty Covers”
Freedom Warranty launched its newest VSC product. A Long Block Upgrade is now available with Lifetime Drivetrain coverage under Freedom Warranty’s 3/3 and 6/6 Vital™ Protection Plan.
The new product gives dealers the opportunity to offer their customers lifetime drivertrain protection and an additional 36,000 miles of coverage for the engine, starter, starter solenoid, alternator, and AC compressor.
“This product is price competitive with 12, 24, and 36-month drivetrain plus coverage and exceeds what other VSC companies offer by giving customers enhanced protection as long as they own the vehicle,” said Chris Miller, Freedom Warranty’s CEO.
Additionally, like the Vital™ 3/3 and 6/6, there are no surcharges for diesel, AWD, 4WD, superchargers, or turbos.
Dealers who want to know more about the Long Block Upgrade can contact Freedom Warranty Dealer Services by calling (844) 307-9944 or send email to email@example.com.
About Freedom Warranty
Freedom Warranty is a privately-held company that operates in over two dozen states and sells its VSC products through automotive dealerships, licensed repair facilities, and financial institutions. The company’s corporate office and customer service team is based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Visit online at FreedomWarranty.com or call (423) 212-7445.