Can You Service Your Own Car and Keep The Warranty?

Can You Service Your Own Car and Keep The Warranty?

You can service your own car and keep the warranty. According to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty act, which is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, it’s illegal for manufacturers or dealers to void your warranty or deny you coverage because you performed the work...

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Does Your Extended Warranty Cover Oil Changes?

Does Your Extended Warranty Cover Oil Changes?

In short, yes. If you have a policy from Protect My Car, your oil change will be covered. And we’re not alone.  It’s a bit perplexing to us to see results like this from Edmunds: Again, this underscores the need to do your own research and not just blindly trust...

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Will A Late Oil Change Void Your Ford Warranty?

Will A Late Oil Change Void Your Ford Warranty?

PSA: Before reading this - if you haven't read our guide on whether or not you should purchase a Ford Warranty, give that a look first. Consider it required reading. If you have ever purchased a new or certified pre-owned vehicle from a dealership you know that a huge...

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Does Your Extended Warranty Cover Your Battery?

Does Your Extended Warranty Cover Your Battery?

You know the “oh s***” feeling when you turn the key on your car only to be met with clicking, and your engine not starting. It always happens at the worst time too, when you’re already running late for work and you happen to have a meeting. So double check when...

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Does An Extended Warranty Cover Accidental Damage?

Does An Extended Warranty Cover Accidental Damage?

The answer to this question is yes. And no. This is one of those questions that can get people into a lot of trouble – and we want to help you avoid that trouble. An accidental break down is covered by your extended warranty as long as it’s due to a covered part...

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