Does DriveTime offer extended warranties?
We include a 30-day warranty on all of our vehicles at no extra cost to you. We also offer DriveCare – an optional vehicle protection plan with extended powertrain coverage that can keep your vehicle covered for up to 5 years or 50,000 miles*.
Is drive shaft covered under extended warranty?
The 2 Types of Extended Car Warranties A powertrain warranty repairs the engine, transmission, drive axles and drive shaft. The bumper to bumper warranty, although it does carry that name, doesn’t really cover everything in between the bumpers. In most cases, almost all parts of your car are repaired and replaced.
What kind of warranty does DriveTime offer?
When you purchase a vehicle from DriveTime, a 30-day 1,500-mile warranty is standard. After that, you have the option to extend your coverage with the DriveCare program with a five-year 50,000-mile warranty/three-year 36,000-mile warranty in the states of Florida, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.
What does bumper-to-bumper warranty cover?
What is a Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty? A bumper-to-bumper warranty covers repairs to almost all parts between your vehicle’s front and rear bumpers. A powertrain plan only provides basic coverage for the parts of your vehicle that keep it moving, like the engine, transmission, and drive axles.
What is the difference between basic and drivetrain warranty?
In essence, a powertrain warranty is designed to cover only the vehicle’s powertrain, which is typically a car’s largest and most expensive component. Meanwhile, the bumper-to-bumper warranty covers everything — the powertrain, the electronics, the suspension, vehicle systems and more.
Are extended warranties a waste of money?
Extended warranties are rarely worth your money. Products don’t break on their own, and when they do, the price of repairs is usually lower than what you’d spend on an extended warranty. In most cases, it’s best to skip the extended warranty and use your extra cash to build up an emergency fund.
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