What’s that noise you hear your car making?
A Service Contract on your vehicle could ultimately save you thousands of dollars in repair bills.

June 20, 2018

Talk about value! One repair can cost you more than the entire Service Contract.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                     

Example cost of repairs. Actual results may vary.                                                                          Example risk of repair chart. Actual results may vary.    

                                                                                                                                                       


Should your vehicle fail after the factory warranty expires, you have nothing to protect you from repair costs that can be in the thousands of dollars. More importantly, owners will frequently put off needed repairs until they can afford the cost of the repair. This delay often results in additional damage to the vehicle, and can create unsafe driving conditions. The risk of component failure and associated repair costs increases with your vehicle's age and mileage.

Today's vehicles are extremely complex and contain many electronics, high tech sensors and computers that might need to be replaced due to failure. As vehicles get more and more "high tech" associated repair costs are forecast to rise.


Some have said, the vehicle you drive today has more computing power than the spaceship Neil Armstrong took to the moon. Whether that is true or not does not matter. We think it is safe to say they have become more high-tech than before. Computerized systems have made cars more efficient and repairs more expensive.

But you don’t have to pay skyrocketing repair costs. Protect your vehicle with service contract coverage purchased through National Vehicle Headquarters and the bills for covered repairs will be paid for you.