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Parts and labour cover can help you keep your car in perfect working order, particularly if parts fail early in your vehicle’s life.
Your dealer may offer you a parts and labour warranty when you buy your car, but it may not be the best option in terms of value for money.
You could save money by waiting and comparing as many policies as possible before making a final decision. This helps ensure you get the best cover at the cheapest price.
Find the cover you need by comparing quotes. Don’t just focus on price. Try to strike a balance between:
Find out what you need to know about car warranties here.
The main limits to look for are:
Claims limit: this is the maximum amount an insurer will pay per claim. Check exactly what’s covered here
Maximum hourly rate: this is the most an insurer will pay for labour costs. If a garage charges more than your policy’s maximum rate, you may have to pay towards the cost
Age limit: most policies do not cover cars over 12 years old, and some restrict cover to those under five years old. Check the terms to make sure your car will be covered before you buy
Mileage limit: this is usually between 60,000 and 100,000 miles. If your car exceeds this limit, your warranty will no longer be valid. If you have a car with high mileage, look for a warranty that can cover you
Check the type of warranty you’re getting before you buy. The main differences between service plans and insurance policies are:
Service plans can be offered by car manufacturers, dealerships or warranty providers. They’re not regulated by the FCA, and you won’t be able to go to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) with any complaints
Insurance policies can only be offered by FCA-regulated financial companies. This means any complaints you have can be escalated to the FOS, and you have a 14-day cooling-off period after taking out the policy during which you can change your mind and cancel the policy without penalty
Yes, although your options may be limited depending on the age of your car.
Yes. If you have a warranty with an insurance provider you get 14 days to cancel without being charged – although a warranty that’s part of a service plan may not offer a cancellation option.
Yes. Most car warranties include cover if you take your car on holiday. However, cover may be limited to Europe and to no more than 60 days.
Some warranties include cover for wear and tear, but others exclude it completely or for specific parts like wheels. Check the terms of cover for full details.
By comparing warranty insurance you could save money on the policy. The best value warranty insurance will offer you the cover you need, at a price you can afford. Choose a cover plan from the best UK insurance companies and see the online discounts they offer.
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Last updated: 7 May 2022