At Car Warranty UK, we know that your vehicle is your pride and joy, which is why you want it to be protected. Our engine warranty protects you from unexpected repair costs following a mechanical or electrical failure of your vehicle.
We offer coverage for a wide range of makes and models available in the UK and maintain a large network of repair shops in the UK.
The Car Warranty UK covers vehicles less than 120,000 miles driven and fewer than 12 years old. Each of warranties includes a wide range of parts and labor.
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Why do I need a warranty for my car?
As consumers, we enjoy the comfort that comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. However, it is surprising how quickly this period of protection expires.
There are many mechanical and electrical parts in today’s new vehicles that, due to their complex nature, require special tools and equipment to be repaired or replaced. We provide a warranty product with this coverage in mind. The Car Warranty UK product is designed to cover any unexpected or premature part failures.
What is Car Warranty?
A car warranty is insurance that covers the repair and maintenance of your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty has ended. A warranty can be issued to your vehicle at any time to ensure your pride and joy are protected, giving you peace of mind while driving.
The price of your warranty will depend on the make, model, age, and mileage of the vehicle you are protecting. Depending on the age and mileage of your vehicle, various parts and components may wear out faster than expected – the more you drive, the more your warranty will likely cost.
Unlike many of our competitors, with our used Car Warranty UK, you won’t be forced to overrun your plan – it’s up to you to decide how much overage you get under your warranty. We allow you a voluntary franchise and your plan price will be adjusted according to the franchise you choose.
Car Warranty UK provides the gold standard of coverage for your vehicle by ensuring that we cover a range of components and parts, as well as repairs. After the original manufacturer’s warranty expires, the purchaser is responsible for any unexpected repair bills. It will not only be the cost of replacing the part; there will also be the cost of diagnostics and payment for the installation of the part. That’s where we step in and why having an insured warranty is essential.