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anyone purchase a aftermarket warranty from

autoadvantage or warranties4wheels ?

thinking of getting an aftermarket warranty and just wanted some feedback

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Scroll down and click on the next pages to see tons of info on the different companies, pros/cons, research, etc.. I recently purchased one through carchex, did lots of research on W4W, Carchex, etc...its tough as heck with all the crap out there, again read the many posts.
 

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javablack said:
anyone purchase a aftermarket warranty from

autoadvantage or warranties4wheels ?

thinking of getting an aftermarket warranty and just wanted some feedback

thanks

stay away from w4w - trust me. :naughty:
 

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tkasser said:
+1 on totalcare. There is no better warranty.

i sent them an email, im waiting for someone to contact me.
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They will pay 100% of a LR dealer charges sometimes they have to send out a adjuster, but mine has always got approved. I think they pay $75/hr for independent shops and $125/hr max for a LR dealer. Most LR dealerships sell the easy care warranty. I purchased mine through LR cape fear.
 

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I love Total Care by Easy Care. http://www.easycare.com
Do you know what there payout is for labor? My dealer charges like $123hr, what is the max for Easy Care payout...Carchex (Royal Administration) is $85...I think...thanks
I have CarChex and it is $85/hr. It cost me approx $4k thru 100k miles w/$100 deductible and it's already "saved" me about $1200 (covered coolant tank leak and lower ball joints etc.)

I'd reccomend them but be sure to find a good independant shop who will charge a lower rate. I'm charged $95 and dont mind paying the difference.
 

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Yes there are plenty of great warranty companies out there, just make sure they cover the air springs. Most companies won't since they consider them wear and tear items.
 

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mcm said:
RoverNole said:
roverboy said:
I love Total Care by Easy Care. http://www.easycare.com
Do you know what there payout is for labor? My dealer charges like $123hr, what is the max for Easy Care payout...Carchex (Royal Administration) is $85...I think...thanks
I have CarChex and it is $85/hr. It cost me approx $4k thru 100k miles w/$100 deductible and it's already "saved" me about $1200 (covered coolant tank leak and lower ball joints etc.)

I'd reccomend them but be sure to find a good independant shop who will charge a lower rate. I'm charged $95 and dont mind paying the difference.
Roverboy & MCM...thanks. This site is awesome! MCM, sounds like we have the same exact plan with the same thought on paying the difference in labor.
 
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