Having to pay for unexpected repairs when your vehicle breaks down can be a real set back. Conventional insurance policies will cover you for a range of things (depending on the extent of your cover), but sometimes you can find yourself up a creek without a paddle.
Where insurance policies cover you for various kinds of accident, warranties will cover you for repairs required due to mechanical faults or breakdowns.
New cars will typically come with a full warranty, but second hand cars often won't. If you didn't get a warranty with the purchase of your vehicle, click the button at the top of this page to find out how much it'll cost to get one through our preferred provider, Warranty Direct.Prices will vary depending on the value of the car, how new it is, and the length of the warranty itself.