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Whilst there are a range of companies offering this type of vehicle cover Money Expert has teamed up with Warranty Direct to provide you with new and used and extended vehicle warranty quotes.Start a new quote
Why take out Vehicle Warranty?
Unexpected repairs to your vehicle can be a problem but car warranty can prevent you from being without your vehicle for too long.
Car warranty will cover you for any mechanical and electrical repairs that are needed on your car and often parts and labour are included in the premium.
Although many new cars come complete with car warranty cover you can also insure a 2nd hand vehicle. You can buy car warranty to cover your private vehicle or to extend a manufacturer's or dealer's warranty.
Car warranty prices are often not competitive and comparing your vehicle warranty quotes with a specialist warranty provider can provide you with similar cover and often a better deal.
Price isn’t the only factor to consider! Whilst there are other firms offering this type of cover you will find that the wide range of vehicles and cover available should meet many of your needs
Remember that the cheapest policy is not always the best one if you don’t have the right cover for you. Make sure you have everything you need – like cover for driving abroad or breakdown cover!
Vehicle Warranty News
17 Mar 2014
Increasingly complex electronics are making cars more prone to expensive breakdowns, according to automotive specialist, Warranty Direct.
11 Mar 2014
Labour have identified that they will implement and retain their proposed ‘jobs guarantee scheme’, which is aimed at tackling youth unemployment in the UK, for the entirety of their tenure in parliament, should they win the 2015 General Election next year.
5 Mar 2014
Young aspiring homeowners in Australia are being faced with a ‘lifetime of renting’ due to foreign investment from China, according to Credit Suisse, in a piece of news that bodes ominously for the people of London who are currently being subjected to symptomatic activity.
18 Feb 2014
The average cost of a home in the UK has risen to £250,000, the Office for National Statistics has emphatically revealed.