Monday, September 12, 2011

Warranty Direct Expands Extended Car Warranty Coverage For Customers At No Extra Charge

Warranty Direct (, a leading provider of
extended vehicle service contracts, has announced expanded coverage
for its major policies at no additional cost, in response to customer

"We are increasing the coverage for our most popular contracts by a
whole year, and providing additional options for others, to make our
coverage an even better value in the current economy," said Tara
Williams, Executive Vice President of Warranty Direct in Charlotte.
"We have had numerous customer requests for these options, and we are
very pleased to make them available, effective Sept. 12."

"With several comprehensive policy options, coverage for new cars has
been increased by one year, to a maximum of eight years, and for used
cars up to a maximum of 11 years of vehicle age," Williams explained.
"For one of our popular economical products, which just covers major
components such as engine, transmission and drive train, we have
expanded it to cover electronic components as well, for just about 10
percent more."

Warranty Direct is also offering the extended warranty industry's
first "disappearing deductible." It will waive its normal $100
deductible whenever customers have their cars repaired at two major
approved suppliers, Firestone Complete Auto Care with 1,500 stores
nationwide and AAMCO Transmission Repair with 750 locations.

Additional information on the coverage improvement options are
available on the company website,

For more than 30 years, Warranty Direct has been part of one of the
largest and most established vehicle service contract companies in
North America. Today Warranty Direct operates primarily on the
Internet, providing full transparency for the consumer so they can see
all options, prices and contracts online prior to purchase. The
company respects consumers by never engaging in unsolicited phone
calls (telemarketing). Warranty Direct is one of the few auto warranty
companies rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.