Bumper-to-Bumper (including tires):
Coverage is for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Coverage is for the first 5 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Corrosion coverage is for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Rust-through coverage is for the first 6 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
GM is committed to ensuring satisfaction with your new vehicle. Your dealer also wants you to be completely satisfied and invites you to return for all your service needs, both during and after the warranty period. To help keep things in proper working order, Chevrolet will warrant each 2012 model year Chevrolet passenger car, light-duty truck, crossover or van for 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first; see dealer for details) with no deductible, from the original in-service date of the vehicle, for warrantable repairs that are required as a result of defects due to material and/or workmanship to the powertrain components.
In addition to the 3-year/36,000 mile protection, many of your powertrain components are protected even further with coverage extending to 5 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Engine coverage includes all internally lubricated parts, engine oil cooling hoses, and lines. Also included are all actuators and electrical components internal to the engine (e.g., Active Fuel Management valve, lifter and oil manifold) cylinder head, block, timing gears, timing chain, timing cover, oil pump/oil pump housing, OHC carriers, valve covers, oil pan, seals, gaskets, manifolds, flywheel, water pump, harmonic balancer, engine mount, turbocharger, and supercharger. Timing belts are covered until the first scheduled maintenance interval. Exclusions: Excluded from the powertrain coverage are sensors, wiring, connectors, engine radiator, coolant hoses, coolant, and heater core. Coverage on the engine cooling system begins at the inlet to the water pump and ends with the thermostat housing and/or outlet that attaches to the return hose. Also excluded is the starter motor, entire pressurized fuel system (in-tank fuel pump, pressure lines, fuel rail(s), regulator, injectors, and return line), as well as the Engine/ Powertrain Control Module and/or module programming.
- For trucks equipped with a 6.6L Duramax diesel engine, the diesel engine, except those items listed under “What Is Not Covered” later in this section, is covered for 5 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Transmission and transaxle coverage includes all internally lubricated parts, case, torque converter, mounts, seals and gaskets, as well as any electrical components internal to the transmission/transaxle. Also covered are any actuators directly connected to the transmission (slave cylinder, etc.). Exclusions: Exclusions from the powertrain coverage include cooling lines, hoses, radiator, sensors, wiring, and electrical connectors. Also excluded are the clutch and pressure plate, as well as any Transmission Control Module and/or module programming.
Transfer case coverage includes all internally lubricated parts, case, mounts, seals and gaskets, as well as any electrical components internal to the transfer case. Also covered are any actuators directly connected to the transfer case, as well as the encoder motor. Exclusions: Excluded from the powertrain coverage are transfer case cooling lines, hoses, radiator, sensors, wiring, and electrical connectors, as well as the transfer case control module and/or module programming.
Drive system coverage includes all internally lubricated parts, final drive housings, axle shafts and bearings, constant velocity joints, propeller shafts and universal joints. All mounts, supports, seals, and gaskets, as well as any electrical components internal to the drive axle. Also covered are any actuators directly connected to the drive axle (e.g., front differential actuator). Exclusions: Excluded from the powertrain coverage are all wheel bearings, drive wheel front and rear hub bearings, locking hubs, drive system cooling, lines, hoses, radiator, sensors, wiring, and electrical connectors related to drive systems, as well as any drive system control module and/or module programming.
GM vehicles are designed and built to resist corrosion. All body and sheet metal components are warranted against corrosion for 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Plus you’re protected even further from rust-through corrosion for a minimum of 6 years/100,000 miles (whichever comes first). Application of additional rust-inhibiting materials is not required under the corrosion coverage and none is recommended. See your GM dealer for terms of this limited warranty.
Emission Control Systems
Defects and performance for car and light-duty truck emission control systems are covered for the first 2 years or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first. From the first 2 years or 24,000 miles to 3 years or 36,000 miles defects in material or workmanship continue to be covered under the New Vehicle Limited Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty coverage. Specified major components are covered for the first 8 years or 80,000 miles, whichever comes first. Defects and performance for heavy duty truck emission control systems including those found in 6.6L Duramax® Diesel Engines are covered for the first 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first.
- Refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet for California emission control system warranty details.
The tires supplied with your vehicle are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty coverage. Wear-out is not considered a defect, and it may occur before the vehicle warranty expires. In this case, the owner is responsible for purchasing replacement tires, or seeking coverage solely from the tire manufacturer. For vehicles within the Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty coverage, defective tires will be replaced on a prorated adjustment basis according to the mileage-based schedule in your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet. After your New-Vehicle Limited Warranty expires, you may still have prorated warranty coverage on your original equipment tires by the tire manufacturer.
Towing is covered to the nearest Chevrolet dealer if your vehicle cannot be driven because of a warranted defect.
Chevrolet 2-Year Scheduled Maintenance
Chevrolet 2-Year Scheduled Maintenance coverage is included with the purchase or lease of new 2014 Chevrolet models.
Chevrolet 2-Year Scheduled Maintenance includes only the following:
Courtesy Transportation Program
If your vehicle requires warranty repairs during the 5-year/100,000-mile coverage period (8 years/100,000 miles for the Volt, Tahoe Hybrid, and the Silverado Hybrid vehicles), alternate transportation and/or reimbursement of certain transportation expenses may be available under the Courtesy Transportation Program. Several transportation options are available. Consult your dealer or refer to the Owner’s Manual for details. Courtesy Transportation is not part of or included in the coverage provided by the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty. General Motors reserves the right to make any changes or discontinue the Courtesy Transportation program at any time without notification.
Roadside Assistance Program
Chevrolet is proud to offer the response, security and convenience of the 24-Hour Roadside Assistance Program for a period of 5 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. The program provides you with the following services during the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty period:
Refer to your Owner's Manual for details, including reservation of rights, or consult your dealer/retailer. --For specific terms and conditions, please contact your Chevrolet Roadside Assistance Program advisor at 1-800-243-8872.
All the above items are not covered for damage due to accident, misuse, alteration, insufficient or improper maintenance, contaminated or poor-quality fuel or environmental and chemical exposure. Medium-duty trucks, including the C4500, are excluded from this powertrain coverage. For complete details, refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet.
This is a supplement to the express conditions and warranties described in the Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet. Other coverages are not extended or altered due to this supplement.
Passenger car, light-duty truck, crossover and van owners requiring a more comprehensive coverage than what is provided with the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty are encouraged to consider a Chevrolet Protection Plan. This plan is available through Chevrolet dealerships. For more information, see the Extended Protection section on - http://www.chevrolet.com/owners/warranty.html.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT ALTERATIONS AND WARRANTIES. Installations or alterations to the original GM-equipped vehicle (or chassis) are not covered by the General Motors New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The special body company, assembler, equipment installer or upfitter is solely responsible for warranties on the body or equipment and any alterations (or any effect of the alterations) to any of the parts, components, systems or assemblies installed by GM. General Motors is not responsible for the safety or quality of design features, materials or workmanship of any alterations by such suppliers.
In addition to the Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage, General Motors will warrant certain Voltec components for each Chevrolet Volt (hereafter referred to as Voltec) for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first from the original in-service date of the vehicle, against warrantable repairs to the specific Voltec components of the vehicle. For complete details, refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet.
For Chevrolet Volt owners requiring more comprehensive coverage than that provided under this Voltec warranty, a GM Protection Plan may be available. See your Chevrolet dealer for more details.
This Voltec warranty covers repairs to correct any Voltec component defect related to materials or workmanship occurring during the 8-year/100,000 mile term for the following:
Propulsion Battery Warranty Policy
Like all batteries, the amount of energy that the high-voltage “propulsion” battery can store will decrease with time and miles driven. Depending on use, the battery may degrade as little as 10 percent to as much as 30 percent of capacity over the warranty period. A dealer service technician will determine if the battery energy capacity (kWh storage) is within the proper limit, given the age and mileage of the vehicle. Your Volt battery warranty replacement may not return your vehicle to “as-new” condition, but it will make your Volt fully operational appropriate to its age and mileage.
Other Voltec Components
Other components covered by the Voltec warranty include: high-voltage wiring, Voltec control modules, e-compressor, Traction Power Inverter Module (TPIM), Accessory Power Module (APM) and Voltec on-board charger.
In addition to the coverages above, the brake modulator assembly is also covered by the 8-year/100,000-mile Voltec warranty.
Electric Drive Unit
A number of electric drive unit assembly and internal components are covered by the Voltec warranty, including the auxiliary fluid pump, auxiliary pump controller, and 3-phase cables.
During the 8-year /100,000-mile Voltec warranty period, towing is covered to the nearest Chevrolet servicing dealer if your vehicle cannot be driven because of a warranted Voltec-specific defect. Contact the Chevrolet Roadside Assistance Center for towing. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for details.
In addition to what is not covered by the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty, there are a few additional items that are not covered by the Voltec warranty including wear-items such as brake linings or regular maintenance. For complete details, refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet.
In addition to the Bumper-to-Bumper coverage described previously, General Motors will warrant certain Hybrid components for each Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid and Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid (hereafter referred to as Hybrid) for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, from the original in-service date of the vehicle, against warrantable repairs to the specific Hybrid components of the vehicle. For Hybrid owners requiring more comprehensive coverage than that provided under this Hybrid warranty, a GM Protection Plan may be available. See your Chevrolet dealer for more details.
This Hybrid warranty covers repairs to correct any Hybrid component defect related to materials or workmanship occurring during the 8-year/100,000-mile term for the following:
Hybrid transmission assembly and internal components, including the transmission auxiliary fluid pump, transmission auxiliary pump controller, and three-phase transmission cables.
The brake modulator assembly is covered by the 8-year/100,000-mile warranty.
During the 8-year/100,000-mile Hybrid warranty period, towing is covered to the nearest Chevrolet servicing dealer if your vehicle cannot be driven because of a warranted Hybrid-specific defect. Contact the Chevrolet Roadside Assistance Center for towing. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for details.
Other Hybrid Components
The Hybrid battery and the 300-volt electrical system including hybrid high voltage wiring, hybrid control modules, Traction Power Inverter Module (TPIM) and the Accessory Power Module (APM), are covered under this warranty.
In addition to what is not covered by the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty, there are a few additional items that are not covered by the Hybrid warranty, including wear-items such as brake linings or regular maintenance. For complete details, refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet.
What is Chevrolet 2-Yr Maintenance?
Chevrolet 2-Year Scheduled Maintenance coverage is included with the purchase or lease of new 2014 Chevrolet models.
Chevrolet 2-Year Scheduled Maintenance includes only the following:
What does the bumper-to-bumper warranty cover?
The Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty covers most GM vehicles registered in the U.S. and Canada from the date the vehicle is first delivered until it reaches 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever occurs first, see dealer for details). It covers the vehicle from bumper to bumper on any vehicle defect related to materials or workmanship. Original tires are covered but prorated after 12,000 miles during the terms of the Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty. For further details, look in the Owner's Manual under "What Is Covered" and "What Is Not Covered."
What is the difference between the 3-year/36,000-mile warranty and the 100,000 mile/5-year Powertrain warranty?
The New-Vehicle Limited Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty on new Chevrolet cars and light-duty trucks remains in effect for 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first, see dealer for details). The powertrain limited warranty supplements the Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty and, in general, continues to cover the engine, transmission, transfer case and axle assemblies on light-duty vehicles up to the 5 years or 100,000 miles (whichever comes first, see dealer for details) from the vehicle's in-service date.
Is my vehicle covered from rust, too?
GM vehicles are designed and built to resist corrosion. All body and sheet metal components are warranted against rust-through corrosion for a minimum of 6 years/100,000 miles (whichever comes first). Application of additional rust-inhibiting materials is not required under the corrosion coverage and none is recommended. See your GM dealer for terms of this limited warranty.
Does Chevrolet offer or endorse any service contracts for new or used vehicles?
Yes. Chevrolet Protection Plan (CPP) vehicle service and maintenance contracts are the only products endorsed by GM and are available through GM dealers.
What is Roadside Assistance?
GM has a Roadside Assistance program to aid owners during an emergency and with other services. It is a complimentary service that comes with each new GM vehicle. Services provided include:
How do I contact Roadside Assistance?
If your GM vehicle is equipped with an active OnStar subscription you can simply press the blue button for Roadside Assistance. If it is not equipped with OnStar, please call 800.243.8872 to initiate Roadside Assistance for your vehicle:
How long is my vehicle covered by Roadside Assistance?
Roadside Assistance is included for 5 years/100,000 miles on 2007 and newer GM models.
Are there any costs to me for using Roadside Assistance?
There is generally no charge for any of the services listed under "What is Roadside Assistance?" while the vehicle is covered by the complimentary Roadside Assistance service. However, additional charges may be incurred for some services, including towing the vehicle beyond the closest GM dealer, for non-warranty parts and labor, or lost key replacements. For details and additional information, please refer to Section 7 of the Owner's Manual.
You can talk directly to customer relationship managers who can handle any inquiries related to vehicle operation, warranty, product or service concerns you may have. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for Customer Assistance information.
Register your vehicle with the Chevrolet Owner Center and receive benefits such as:
As you can see, Chevrolet has you covered with our Bumper-to-Bumper Limited warranty. Below you will find a few additional warranties that may apply to your vehicle.
Most GM Parts and Accessories sold and permanently installed on a GM vehicle by a GM dealer or GM-approved Accessory Distributor/Installer (ADI) prior to delivery will be covered under the applicable portion (Bumper-to-Bumper, Powertrain, etc.) of the New Vehicle Limited Warranty. In the event GM Accessories are installed after vehicle delivery or are replaced under the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty, they will be covered, parts and labor, for the balance of the applicable portion of the New-Vehicle Limited Warranty, but in no event less than 12 months/12,000 miles. GM Accessories sold over the counter or those not requiring installation, will continue to receive the standard GM Dealer Parts Warranty of 12 months from the date of purchase, parts only. GM Licensed Accessories and Integrated Business Partners (IBP) are covered under the accessory-specific manufacturer's warranty and are not warranted by GM or its dealers.
Original Equipment Alterations
This warranty does not cover any damage or failure resulting from modification or alteration to the vehicle's original equipment as manufactured or assembled by General Motors. Examples of the types of alterations that would not be covered include cutting, welding, or disconnecting of the vehicle's original equipment parts and components.
Recreation Vehicle and Special Body or Equipment Alterations
Installations or alterations to the original equipment vehicle or chassis, as manufactured and assembled by GM, are not covered by this warranty. The special body company, assembler, or equipment installer is solely responsible for warranties on the body or equipment and any alterations to any of the parts, components, systems, or assemblies installed by GM. Examples include, but are not limited to, special body installations such as recreational vehicles; the installation of any non-GM part; cutting, welding, or the disconnecting of original equipment vehicle or chassis parts and components; extension of the wheelbase; suspension and driveline modifications; and axle additions.
There are a number of Federal and California emissions warranties that apply to the proper functioning of your Chevrolet. See your Chevrolet dealer or refer to your Warranty and Owner Assistance Information booklet for more about these various warranties.
Noise Emissions Warranty
(Light-Duty Trucks Over 10,000 lbs Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
This warranty covers this vehicle as designed, built, and equipped by GM, and is not limited to any particular part, component, or system of the vehicle manufactured by GM. Defects in design or assembly, or in any part, component, or vehicle system as manufactured by GM, which, at the time it left GM's control, caused noise emissions to exceed Federal Standards, are covered by this warranty for the life of the vehicle.
We try to make this web site comprehensive and factual. We reserve the right, however, to make changes at any time, without notice. Your vehicle may differ due to variations in manufacture and equipment. Since information is continuously being updated, please check with your Chevrolet dealer for complete details.
What are the Extended Protection Plans?
Extended Protection Plans can provide convenience and comfort and can enhance your Chevrolet driving experience. You’ll also be covered when a covered breakdown occurs after the manufacturer’s warranty has expired.
Do I need Extended Protection?
Chevy Extended Protection products can include benefits that go beyond your vehicle warranty. From Chevy Protection Plans to Chevy Tire & Wheel Protection, you will have peace of mind knowing that you are protected by a product with the Chevy name. There’s a chance you’ll own your Chevy beyond its warranty period, and as with any vehicle over time, there could be repair expenses. With just one covered repair, the Chevrolet Extended Protection Plan could quickly pay for itself.
How can I purchase a Chevrolet Protection Plan or Tire and Wheel Protection?
If you are interested in purchasing a Chevrolet Protection Plan or Tire and Wheel Protection, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information (address and phone number).
Can I purchase the Extended Protection on my used Chevy?
Yes. Additional protection is available on Used and GM Certified Pre-Owned Chevy vehicles and can be tailored to your desired level of coverage depending on the age and mileage of your Chevrolet. You can choose the deductible amount, mileage, and duration of your plan to meet your needs.
Is it important that Chevrolet recommends Extended Protection Plans?
Yes. The Extended Protection Plans offered provide you with comprehensive coverage for the repairs and service needs of your vehicle. Chevrolet Extended Protection products are recommended by Chevrolet and, and who better to trust with your vehicle than the people who built it?
The information contained herein is meant for summary/illustration purposes only and is not an agreement or contract. The full terms and conditions of the agreement are included in the official Vehicle Service Contract document. Please see your dealer for an official Vehicle Service Contract document containing the full terms and conditions.
Protecting yourself from potentially expensive repair costs doesn’t have to be complicated. The Chevrolet Protection Plan is easy to understand with clear and comprehensive terms and conditions. Simply choose the coverage that’s right for you, Silver or Platinum, along with your deductible and contract term.
The Chevrolet Protection Plan comes with extras in addition to coverage for approved repairs, including lost key and lockout coverage, trip interruption coverage, towing, and rental car reimbursement.
If a covered mechanical breakdown occurs, you’ll also have access to the Certified Service technicians found at any one of the 4,000+ GM dealerships nationwide. These technicians are specially trained to work on GM vehicles. They can even use the same quality of parts as those used when your car was first built.
Need to rent a vehicle while yours is being repaired? No problem. Your coverage will pay for or reimburse you for a rental vehicle or for any alternate public transportation expenses while your vehicle is being repaired.
If your vehicle is disabled, your towing or road service charges are covered, up to $150.
If your Chevy breaks down more than 100 miles from your home and a repair facility needs to keep it overnight, you will be reimbursed up to $200 a day for hotel and restaurant expenses, for up to four days or a total of $800 per occurrence.
If your keys are lost, broken, or if you accidentally lock yourself out of your vehicle, you will be reimbursed up to $35 for locksmith services.
If you decide to sell your vehicle, your coverage can easily be transferred to the new owner, upon payment of the applicable transfer fee shown in the plan terms and conditions.
You may cancel your contract at any time, including when you sell the vehicle or if loss of vehicle occurs.
You can choose the deductible that is right for you. Once a covered part is repaired or replaced, the deductible for future repair or replacement of the same part is waived.
You choose the mileage, duration of the plan, and deductible.
The Chevrolet Protection Plan can help eliminate unexpected and high out-of-pocket repair costs. With just one major covered repair, the plan could quickly pay for itself.
With over 4,000 GM dealerships nationwide, you’re covered at home or away.
Covered service at GM dealers is always performed by factory-trained Chevrolet Certified Service technicians. Repairs are completed with parts that meet performance standards appropriate for your Chevy.
With Platinum Protection, you’ll have coverage for nearly every component on your Chevy. Platinum is the best way to ensure that you are covered against potential expensive repairs.
In the event of a covered component failure, even when it is the result of normal wear and tear, you’re protected. The Platinum Plan coverage is an exclusionary coverage. That means that everything is covered on your Chevy unless it is on the Platinum Exclusion List.
No deductible applies to the following benefits:
In the event of a covered breakdown, the plan will pay for or reimburse you to rent a replacement vehicle or for alternate public transportation while your vehicle is being repaired. Coverage will be provided up to $40 per day, with a maximum of $280 for each repair visit (unless increased as specified below as a result of parts availability delays).
If your Chevy is disabled, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted towing or road service expenses, up to $150 per occurrence.
If a covered breakdown occurs more than 100 miles from your home and results in the repair facility keeping your vehicle overnight, the plan will reimburse you for receipted hotel and restaurant expenses, up to $200 per day, for a maximum total per occurrence of $800.
If the keys for your vehicle are lost, broken, or accidentally locked in your vehicle, the plan will reimburse you for receipted expenses, up to a maximum of $35, for locksmith services.
The Platinum Plan does not cover any of the following:
A. Any of the following parts: carburetor, battery and battery cable/harness (unless listed as specific covered parts), standard transmission clutch assembly, friction clutch disc and pressure plate, distributor cap and rotor, glass, lenses, sealed beams, light bulbs, fuses, circuit breakers, cellular phones, game centers, AM/FM radio/cassette/CD players exceeding $3,000 repair or replacement cost, speakers, audio/video equipment, pixel damage due to impact on display screens, key fobs, tire pressure sensors, remote control consoles, radar detection devices, brake rotors and drums, all exhaust components, and the following emission components: EGR purge valve/solenoids/sensors, vacuum canister, vapor return canister, vapor return lines/valves, air pump/lines/valves, catalytic converter/filtering/sensors, emission vapor sensors, gas cap/filler neck, weather strips, trim, moldings, bright metal chrome, upholstery and carpet, paint, outside ornamentation, bumpers, body sheet metal and panels, frame and structural body parts, vinyl and convertible tops, any convertible top assemblies, hardware or linkages, tires, and wheels/rims. External nuts, bolts, and fasteners are not covered except where required in conjunction with a covered repair.
B. Maintenance services and parts described in your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual as supplied by the manufacturer and other normal maintenance services and parts, which include, but are not limited to: alignments, adjustments, wheel balancing, tune-ups, spark plugs, spark plug wires, glow plugs, hoses, drive belts, brake pads, brake linings/shoes, and wiper blades. Filters, lubricants, coolants, fluids, and refrigerants will be covered only if replacement is required in connection with a breakdown.
C. Any damage and/or breakdown resulting from collision, road hazard, fire, theft, vandalism, riot, acts of terrorism, explosion, lightning, earthquake, freezing, rust or corrosion, windstorm, hail, water or flood, acts of God, salt, environmental damage, chemicals, contamination of fluids, fuels, coolants, or lubricants.
D. Any breakdown caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, lack of normal maintenance required by the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule for your vehicle, or improper servicing or repairs subsequent to purchase. For any breakdown caused by sludge buildup resulting from your failure to perform recommended maintenance services, or failure to maintain proper levels of lubricants and/or coolants, or breakdowns caused by fuels containing more than 10 percent ethanol (if the engine was not manufactured for this fuel mixture), or failure to protect your vehicle from further damage when a breakdown has occurred or failure to have your vehicle towed to the service facility when continued operation may result in further damage. Continued operation includes your failure to observe warning lights, gauges, or any other signs of overheating or component failure, such as, fluid leakage, slipping, knocking, or smoking, and not protecting your vehicle by continuing to drive, creating damage beyond the initial failure.
E. Any repair or replacement of any covered part if a breakdown has not occurred. Any part that a repair facility or manufacturer recommends or requires be replaced or repaired or is an update, and is not a breakdown, is your responsibility and expense.
F. Any alterations that have been made to your vehicle or use of your vehicle in a manner not recommended by the manufacturer, including but not limited to the failure of any custom or add-on part, all frame or suspension modifications, lift kits, any tire that is not recommended by the original manufacturer if it creates an odometer/speedometer variance of greater than 4 percent, and trailer hitches. Also not covered are any emissions and/or exhaust systems modifications, engine modifications, transmission modifications, and/or drive axle modifications, which includes any performance modifications.
G. If, while owned by you, your odometer has ceased to operate and odometer repairs have not been made immediately, or the odometer has been altered in any way subsequent to purchase of the contract.
H. If your vehicle has ever been a total loss, salvaged, rebuilt, or is a gray market vehicle.
I. Any liability for property damage, or for injury to or death of any person arising out of the operation, maintenance, or use of your vehicle described in the contract, whether or not related to the parts covered. Loss of use, time, profit, inconvenience, or any other consequential loss, including any consequential damage to a noncovered part that results from a breakdown.
J. Any breakdown where the manufacturer is responsible for the repair or if the breakdown is covered by a repairer’s guarantee/warranty (regardless of manufacturer’s or repairer’s ability to pay for such repairs).
K. If your vehicle is used for towing (unless your vehicle is equipped with a factory-installed or factory-authorized tow package), or is used as a commercial unit (unless appropriate surcharge is marked on Registration Page and only as defined under “Definitions,” “Commercial Use”), or is used for rental, taxi, limousine, shuttle, towing/wrecker service, dumping (dump beds), cherry pickers, lifting or hoisting, police or emergency service, principally off-road use, prearranged or organized racing, or competitive driving.
L. Any pre-existing condition or any breakdown occurring before coverage takes effect or prior to the contract purchase date, or if the information provided by you or the repair facility cannot be verified as accurate or is found to be deceptively inaccurate.
M. Breakdowns that occur and/or repairs made outside of the United States of America and Canada.
N. Diagnostic and/or teardown procedures that are not listed, or are in excess of the times listed in the current year’s national flat rate hourly guide in conjunction with a covered repair.
Silver Protection provides comprehensive coverage for your Chevy. It covers major systems and assemblies, along with specified components within the core systems of your engine and powertrain, even when failure results from ordinary wear and tear.
No deductible applies to the following benefits:
In the event of a breakdown, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted expenses to rent a replacement vehicle or for alternate public transportation while your vehicle is being repaired.
Coverage will be provided up to $40 per day, with a maximum of $280 for each repair visit (or $400 if the covered repairs are delayed because of parts availability issues).
If your Chevy is disabled, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted towing or road service expenses, up to $150 per occurrence.
If a breakdown occurs more than 100 miles from your home and your vehicle is kept overnight, the plan will reimburse you for receipted hotel and restaurant expenses, up to $200 per day for a maximum total of $800 per occurrence.
If your keys are lost or broken, or you get locked out, the plan will reimburse you for receipted expenses, up to a maximum of $35, for locksmith services.
Note: If a component is not listed below, it is not covered by the Silver Protection Plan.
Cylinder block, cylinder head(s), rotary housing, and all internally lubricated parts contained within the engine including: pistons, piston rings, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft, crankshaft main bearings, camshaft, camshaft bearings, cam followers, timing chain or belt, timing gears and guides, tensioners, rocker arms, rocker shafts, rocker bushings, cylinder head valves, valve guides, valve lifters, valve springs, valve seals, valve retainers, valve seats, push rods, water pump, fuel pump, oil pump and oil pump housing, harmonic balancer, oil pan, timing chain cover, intake and exhaust manifolds, valve covers, engine mounts, cam gear bolt, harmonic balancer bolt, and head bolts.
(Automatic or Standard) Transmission case and all internally lubricated parts plus: torque converter, flywheel/flex plate, vacuum modulator, electronic shift control unit, transmission cooler, transmission mounts, oil pan, slave/clutch master cylinder, pilot bearing, and throw-out bearing.
(Factory-installed only) Turbocharger/supercharger housing and all internally lubricated parts.
Transfer case and all internally lubricated parts.
(Front and Rear) Drive axle case; all internally lubricated parts contained within the drive axle, locking hubs, drive shafts, center support bearings, universal joints, constant velocity joints, axle bearings, four-wheel drive actuator, and differential cover.
All internal parts contained within the steering box, rack-and-pinion gear, power steering pump, power steering hoses, steering knuckles, pitman arm, idler arm, tie rod ends and drag link, steering damper, upper and lower steering column shafts and couplings, including internal tilt-wheel mechanism, steering box and rack-and-pinion gear housings, power steering assist cylinder, power steering pump cooler, twin I-beam and bushings, and steering travel stop. Rear-wheel steering: rear steering shaft and couplings, power cylinder and pump, electronic control unit/solenoid, phase control unit, stepper motor, steering box, control valve, rack, and tie rod ends.
The following ABS parts are covered: electronic control processor, wheel speed sensors, hydraulic pump/motor assembly, pressure modulator valve/isolation dump valve, accumulator, master cylinder, power brake cylinder, vacuum/hydro assist booster, disc brake caliper, wheel cylinders, compensating valve, brake hydraulic lines and fittings, hydraulic control unit, and hydraulic trailer brake assembly and its components.
Alternator, voltage regulator, starter motor, starter solenoid and starter drive, engine compartment wiring harness, computerized timing control unit, electronic ignition module, crank angle sensor, knock sensor, ignition switch, ignition switch lock cylinder, front- and rear-window wiper motor, washer pump and switch, stop lamp switch, headlamp switch, turn signal switch, heater/AC blower-speed switch, manual heater/AC control head, horns, trailer brake wiring harness, auxiliary power supply wiring, exterior cab lighting, auxiliary fuel tank switching unit and switch, and O2 sensors.
Electronic instrument cluster, distributor, ignition coil, electronic combination entry system (does not include transmitters and receivers for remote locks), cruise control module, transducer, servo and amplifier, powertrain control module, headlamp motors, power window motor, power seat motor, power mirror motor, power antenna motor/mast assembly, convertible top motor, power sunroof motor, power window switch, cruise control engagement switch, power seat switch, power mirror motor switch, rear defogger switch, power door lock actuator and switch, and OnStar, CUE, IntelliLink, and MyLink (does not include programming or updates). Air bags/safety restraint system: air bags, impact sensors, clock springs, safety belts, anchor tensioner and latch, passenger sensing system, occupancy sensors, inflator modules, and restraint sensing module.
Condenser, compressor, compressor clutch, and pulley, air conditioning lines and hoses, evaporator, idler pulley and idler pulley bearing, high/low compressor cut-off switch, expansion valve, and pressure cycling switch. The following parts are also covered if they are required in connection with the repair of a covered part listed above and only if they have failed: accumulator/receiver dryer, orifice tube, oil, and refrigerant.
Seals and gaskets of covered components designed to prevent the loss of necessary coolants, lubricants, and fluids are covered.
GAP coverage gives you confidence when you purchase a new Chevy vehicle. If you have an accident and your vehicle is considered a complete loss, most standard insurance policies will only compensate you for the current value of your vehicle, not for what is owed or for the deductible. This can leave you responsible for the difference. GAP coverage will cover this difference and get you back on the road.
The coverage you have been provided under the policy is limited to and will not exceed the lesser of:
a. The amount of the payable loss, or
b. The amount shown in the Maximum Benefit section of the Certificate of Insurance
You’re covered for the gap deficiency between your Chevy’s unpaid finance balance and the settlement amount offered by your insurer.
The coverage is only available at the time of vehicle purchase.
Whether your Chevy is new, used, or leased, you’re covered.
You’re covered for finance amounts up to $125,000.
You’re covered for financial loss up to $75,000, which includes up to $1,000 of your insurer’s physical damage deductible.
The Protection Plan is available for up to 84 months.
You’re insured against owing money on a Chevrolet vehicle you can no longer drive.
Your coverage is fully refundable if cancelation occurs within 60 days of purchase and no losses have occurred.
Road hazards can be unpredictable. But with Chevrolet Tire & Wheel Protection, you’ve got nothing to worry about. You’re covered for whatever you need to get back on the road.
The plan will pay to repair or replace flat tires and damaged wheels due to road hazards.
You’re covered for all of the expenses that come along with repairing or replacing tires or wheels, including parts, labor, mounting, balancing, valve stems, taxes, and proper disposal of any nonrepairable tire/wheel.
Expert technicians, who know your vehicle best, will repair your tire/wheel. If your tire/wheel can’t be repaired, the damaged tire/wheel will be replaced using products that fit your Chevy.
Whether you drive a new, used, or leased Chevy, you’re covered.
You can feel secure with the added protection of 24-Hour Emergency Road Service.
If you decide to sell your vehicle, your coverage can easily be transferred to the new owner, upon payment of the applicable transfer fee as shown in the terms and conditions.
You can cancel your Tire & Wheel Protection at any time and receive a refund of the unearned portion of the purchase price. Refund is payable to lienholder if the purchase of the contract is financed.
Mechanical First Aid: Any service requiring a minor adjustment (exclusive of parts) to enable your disabled vehicle to proceed under its own power.
Tire Service: Changing of a flat tire with an inflated spare.
Battery Service: Attempting to start a vehicle with a booster battery.
Delivery Service: Delivery of emergency supplies and other accessories and supplies as may be required and available. (Delivered materials to be paid for by customer.)
Towing Service: When your vehicle is disabled, it will be towed up to 25 miles to a destination of your choice by an authorized towing service.
Locksmith Service: If keys are locked inside your vehicle, a locksmith will be dispatched to assist you in gaining entry to your locked vehicle.
* Emergency road service will be administered by Nation Motor Club, Inc. DN+BA
Nation Safe Drivers, 800 Yamamoto Road, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida 33431.
There are two levels of coverage offered through the Protection Plan: Silver and Platinum. Silver provides basic component coverage, while Platinum also covers most mechanical and electrical components on your Chevy. See the Component Coverage and Additional Customer Benefits sections for more details on both plans. The Protection Plan also includes a number of time and mileage options you can choose from. For more information, see either New-Vehicle Plans or Used-Vehicle Plans.
Both the Silver and Platinum levels of the Protection Plan include the following additional customer benefits:
During the term covered by your plan, you may have covered repairs completed at any Certified Service Center.
Deductible levels include $0, $100, and the Disappearing Deductible feature.
The Disappearing Deductible feature provides the ability to waive the $100 deductible when you return to the dealership where you purchased the plan for a repair covered under the plan. If you go to another dealership for a covered repair, you will have to pay the $100 deductible.
The GM Certified Pre-Owned program provides a 12-Month/12,000-Mile (from date of purchase) Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty, whichever comes first, along with 5-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty coverage from the new-vehicle in-service date, whichever comes first.
Every Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle from Chevy comes with a transferable 5-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty, plus Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation.
Both the New- and Used-Vehicle Protection Plans can begin when the GM Certified Pre-Owned coverage expires, for whatever time and mileage option you choose to purchase. For more information, see the sections covering the New-Vehicle Plans, Used-Vehicle Plans, Component Coverage, and Additional Customer Benefits.
It provides your vehicle Protection Plan coverage if you intend to use your Chevrolet vehicle for activities such as jobsite activities, deliveries, service calls, farming, ranching, route work, or snowplowing. The Commercial Use Surcharge is paid for at the time of contract application.
Yes, it excludes vehicles that are being or will be used for the following commercial uses: taxi, rental, limousine or shuttle service, towing/wrecker service, police or emergency service, dumping (dump beds), cherry pickers, lifting or hoisting, or racing or competitive driving.
Should you sell your covered Chevy to another individual, any remaining coverage under the New- or Used-Vehicle Protection Plans may be transferred to the new owner prior to the plan’s expiration date. You must complete a Transfer Request form within 30 days of the transfer of ownership and pay the applicable fee to the administrator.
36 months or 45,000 miles, whichever comes first
36 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first
36 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*
39 months or 39,000 miles, whichever comes first
39 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first
48 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first
48 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first
48 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*
60 months or 40,000 miles, whichever comes first
60 months or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first
60 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first
60 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first
60 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*
72 months or 48,000 miles, whichever comes first
72 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first
72 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first
72 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*
84 months or 56,000 miles, whichever comes first
84 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first
84 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*
*Only available if vehicle has less than 50,000 miles on Contract Purchase Date.
Yes – 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first
24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first
36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first
48 months or 48,000 miles, whichever comes first
Note: 1- and 2-year contracts are available for vehicles up to 120,000 miles. 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-year contracts are available for vehicles up to 100,000 miles
The term covered by the Protection Plan begins on the contract purchase date and mileage at that time. The coverage term runs through your purchased time and mileage option, whichever comes first.
The Silver Protection Plan provides inclusionary repair or replacement coverage for select components under the categories listed below that have experienced a mechanical breakdown, less the applicable deductible:
- Engine covered components
- Transmission covered components
- Transfer case covered components
- Drive axle covered components
- Factory installed turbocharger/supercharger covered components
- Steering covered components
- Brake covered components
- Electrical and enhanced electrical covered components
- Factory-installed air conditioning covered components
- Seals and gasket coverage*
*Seals and gaskets of covered components designed to prevent the loss of necessary coolants, lubricants, and fluids are covered.
For a complete list of the specific components covered under the categories above, see Silver Covered Component List or the customer contract.
Yes, both Platinum and Silver Plans include those factory-installed components.
The Platinum coverage includes most components on your Chevy, including all components covered by the Silver Plan. Components that are not covered are those listed on the Platinum Exclusion List and the customer contract.
At Chevrolet, safety is our top priority. That’s why we make it a point to keep our customers updated with the latest safety information —including vehicle recalls. For maintenance scheduling, service history or to check for recalls on your vehicle, please visit the GM Owner Center and enter your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
For more information on service bulletins, please see links below.
Actual Cash Value (ACV): The retail value of the covered vehicle, on the date of loss, as listed in a national or regional guide, such as National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) or, at our discretion, we may use an equivalent national or regional guide for the territory in which the covered vehicle is principally garaged. For a covered vehicle that has no retail value available, or is located in territories where NADA or an equivalent national or regional guide is not customarily used, ACV will be determined using the best information available to us, which we reasonably believe accurately reflects the retail value of the covered vehicle and is customarily used as the basis for establishing ACV for covered vehicles in the territory of the covered vehicle location.
Administrator: The Administrator as shown on the Registration Page of the contract or GAP Addendum.
Agreement Term: The time and mileage during which a contract is in effect.
Alternate Transportation: The Silver and Platinum Protection Plans will pay the cost to rent a replacement vehicle or for public transportation (up to $40 per day, and a maximum of $200 per repair visit) whenever two or more manufacturer’s labor time guide hours are required for a covered repair or if the vehicle must be kept overnight.
Breakdown: The failure of a covered part under normal service. A covered part has failed when it can no longer perform the function for which it was designed solely because of its condition and not because of the action or inaction of any noncovered parts. Subsequent damages resulting from the breakdown of a covered part are covered by the contract, except when you have failed to perform the recommended maintenance services for your vehicle.
Cancellation: An act that ends the Protection Plan contract earlier than the scheduled contract expiration. Cancellation requests made within 60 days of the Protection Plan purchase will be refunded in full if no claim has been made. After 60 days, contracts will be canceled using a pro rata method. Fees and requirements vary by state.
Certificate Holder Policy Period: The period of time from the inception date to the expiration date shown in your Certificate of Insurance.
Claim: A request for payment for services or repairs received based on coverage provided by a vehicle service contract, vehicle maintenance contract, or insurance policy.
Commercial Use: Vehicles used for farming or ranching, route work, jobsite activities, service or repair work, delivery of goods, and snow removal. Usage must not exceed manufacturer’s ratings and/or limitations.
Consequential Damage: An event or damage that occurs separately as a consequence or result of the failure of a covered or noncovered part, such as loss of time or use, inconvenience, commercial loss, personal injury, or property damage.
Constructive Total Loss: A direct accidental loss of or damage to a covered vehicle that meets one or more of the following criteria:
The total cost to repair the covered vehicle is greater than the ACV of the covered vehicle immediately prior to the date of loss; or
The covered vehicle is stolen and is not recovered within 30 days from the date a police report is filed, and your primary carrier declares the vehicle a total loss.
Contract: The vehicle service contract that you have purchased from us to protect your vehicle.
Coverage: The protection you have selected as indicated on the Registration Page of the contract, and as listed in the Schedule of Coverages section.
Customer/Borrower: The person to whom we have extended financing for the purpose of purchasing or leasing the covered vehicle.
Date of Loss: The date on which the theft of the covered vehicle is reported stolen or the covered vehicle incurs physical damage that is severe enough to constitute a constructive total loss, whichever applies.
Deductible: The amount you are required to pay, as shown on the Registration Page, for covered breakdowns.
Delinquent Payment: Any payment, as described in the financing contract, that remains unpaid for a period of more than 30 days after the due date stated in the financing contract. The delinquent payment will be determined as of and limited to amounts past due on the date of loss.
Diagnostic: The system investigation required to determine the cause of the failure.
Financing Contract: The contract that represents the financing agreement between you and the lender for the purchase or lease of the covered vehicle.
Franchised Dealer: A dealer that is part of a franchise organization.
GAP Addendum: The Guaranteed Automobile Protection contract.
Gray Market Vehicle: A vehicle sold in the United States that has been imported through a channel other than a manufacturer’s authorized distributor, and therefore does not have a warranty that is valid in the United States.
Maximum Eligibility Limit: With regard to new vehicles, the MSRP of $125,000, and with regard to used vehicles, the NADA retail value of $125,000 or a maximum financing amount of $125,000.
Maximum Payable Loss: The maximum possible amount that can be waived under the terms and conditions of the GAP Addendum, as shown on the first page of the GAP Addendum contract.
Maximum Term: The duration in months shown on the first page of the GAP Addendum contract, under the box labeled “Maximum Term of GAP.”
Maximum Vehicle Financing Percentage: The portion of the financing on the covered vehicle (if any) up to 150 percent of the MSRP (for new vehicles)/NADA (for used vehicles) of the covered vehicle.
MSRP: Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price.
NADA: National Automobile Dealers Association.
Net Payoff: The amount, as of the date of loss, necessary to fully satisfy a financing contract minus any unearned interest, lease or loan charge, late charge, any delinquent payment, uncollected service charge, refundable prepaid tax or fee, disposition fee, termination fee, or penalty fee; the recoverable portion of any financed insurance charge or any financed amount for unearned insurance premium or refundable charge (including, but not limited to any credit life, vehicle service coverage/warranty, or guaranteed automobile protection charge); any amount that is built into or added to the loan or lease balance after the inception date of the financing contract; and any loan or special finance offer that may waive or delay payment of principal and/or interest.
OEM Tire Warranty: The original equipment manufacturer’s warranty attached to your tires/wheels that covers expenses incurred for necessary repairs to fix any defects in material or workmanship.
Payable Loss: The difference between the Net Payoff and the Primary Carrier settlement on the Covered Vehicle on the Date of Loss. The Payable Loss is subject to the Maximum Vehicle Financing Percentage and will not exceed the Maximum Payable Loss, as listed on the first page of this GAP Addendum contract. Payable Loss includes the amount of the Customer/Borrower’s physical damage deductible on the Primary Carrier’s policy up to $1,000. If there is no Primary Carrier coverage in effect on the Date of Loss, or if the Primary Carrier is declared insolvent, We will only waive the difference between the Net Payoff and ACV of the Covered Vehicle as of the Date of Loss.
Platinum: The Protection Plan’s most comprehensive level of coverage, premium vehicle service contract, covering most components of the vehicle as well as providing Roadside Assistance and Trip Interruption, including towing, as well as Alternate Transportation and lost key/lockout services as described in the contract.
Pre-existing: A condition that within all reasonable mechanical probability relates to the mechanical fitness of your vehicle prior to contract issuance.
Primary Carrier: The insurance company that, on the date of the loss, is under contractual obligation to you to provide physical damage coverage on the covered vehicle; or is under contractual obligation to provide liability coverage to the person who, or entity that, is legally responsible for the constructive total loss.
Primary Insurance Settlement: The amount paid by the primary carrier to you, and by virtue of its contractual obligation, to insure the covered vehicle for damage to or loss of such covered vehicle plus any unpaid insurance premium, charge for any past-due premium payment, towing charge, or storage.
Protection Plan: A vehicle service contract and vehicle maintenance contract for vehicles sold by GM and affiliated dealers.
Public Roadway: A paved or gravel roadway that is maintained by local or state authorities.
Registered: The administrator has recorded a submitted claim and a claim reference number has been issued.
Registration Page: The numbered document that must be attached to and forms part of the contract. It lists information regarding you, your vehicle, coverage selected, and other vital information.
Repair: The necessary labor and parts services the plan provides for an authorized repair facility to restore your vehicle’s tires/wheels when damaged from contact with a road hazard.
Roadside Assistance: A part of Platinum coverage that includes 24-hour, toll-free service for flat-tire change, towing, battery jump, locksmith/key service (up to $35 per occurrence), and out-of-gas fuel delivery (up to $150 per occurrence).
Road Hazard: Damage that results from your tires’/wheels’ contact with a pothole, debris (i.e., nails, glass, rocks, tree limbs), curb, or any other object or condition not normally found on a public roadway.
EXCEPTION: Damage that results from your tires’/wheels’ contact with objects or conditions within a designated construction zone or construction site (i.e., uneven lanes due to repaving, metal plates temporarily covering a hole in the road) is not covered under the terms and conditions of the contract, and should be reported to your vehicle’s automobile physical damage insurance company.
Self-Financed: A loan/lease that is funded and retained by the selling dealer or an affiliate.
Schedule of Coverage: Lists the coverage provided to you for your vehicle under the contract.
Silver: The Protection Plan’s quality, broad-coverage vehicle service contract that covers parts and labor expenses for eleven major components (engine, transmission, drive axle, factory installed turbocharger/supercharger, transfer case, vehicle manufacturer-installed air conditioning components, braking components, electrical and enhanced electrical components, steering components and seals and gaskets) as well as Roadside Assistance and Trip Interruption, including towing, as well as Alternate Transportation and lost key/lockout services as described in the contract.
Subsequent Damage: The direct or immediate damage to a noncovered part occurring as a singular event or failure originating with the failure of a covered part.
Successor in Interest: The party to whom the creditor has assigned his rights and interest in the covered vehicle’s financing contract.
Teardown: The mechanical disassembly of a failed unit required to determine the cause and the extent of the failure.
Territory: Coverage under the GAP Addendum applies only to payable losses sustained while the covered vehicle is within: the United States of America (USA), its territories or possessions; Canada; or being transported between any of the previously stated.
Tires/Wheels: The original tires and wheels on your vehicle, which meet your vehicle’s manufacturer’s size and specification and are to be covered under the contract.
Tire/Wheel Damage: When the covered tire or wheel will no longer hold air or the tire will not seal to the wheel as a result of contact with a road hazard.
Transfer: The act of moving a Protection Plan from the current vehicle owner to the new owner when the vehicle is sold. (An administrative fee may apply.)
Trip Interruption: If you are on a trip more than 100 miles from home and haven’t reached your destination, Trip Interruption will reimburse you up to $200 per day ($800 maximum) for unplanned hotel and/or restaurant expenses incurred if a covered component fails and requires more than a day to repair. All work must be completed at a licensed repair facility. No deductible will apply and original receipts must be provided.
Vehicle (a): The vehicle described on the Registration Page.
Vehicle (b): Any four-wheel private passenger automobile, van, or light-duty truck utilized for personal purposes.
Vehicle Service Contract (VSC): An agreement that covers the parts and labor costs associated with the repair of a mechanical failure after expiration of the original equipment manufacturer warranty.
We, Us, Our: The obligor of the contract as stated on the Registration Page attached to the contract, AMT Warranty Corp.
You, Your: The contract Holder shown on the Registration Page or the person to whom the Contract was properly transferred.
You, Your: The contract Holder shown on the Registration Page or the person to whom the Contract was properly transferred.
Plans referenced in this offer are not contracts of insurance; they are vehicle service contracts (except in AK, CA and NJ, where the plans are sold as mechanical breakdown insurance; which is not the same as bodily injury/property damage liability automobile insurance that may be required by your state). Information provided in this offer is for illustration/summary purposes only. Terms and conditions apply; be sure to read the Schedule of Coverages, Provisions and Exclusions sections of the vehicle service contract so you fully understand what coverage you and your vehicle are eligible for. If you have any questions regarding the terms and conditions of the plan, please contact the Administrator toll-free at 1-877-265-6708 or by writing to PO Box 927, Bedford, TX 76095.
Vehicle service contract coverage is provided and administered by AMT Warranty Corp. (except in Florida, the vehicle service contract obligor/provider and administrator is Wesco Insurance Company, 59 Maiden Lane, 43rd Floor, New York, NY 10038, LICENSE #01913). These plans are marketed by an AMT Warranty Corp. subsidiary. AMT Warranty Corp. and Wesco Insurance Company are not affiliated with any manufacturer or dealership.
Roadside Assistance Services are provided by Nation Safe Drivers, 800 Yamato Rd. Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida 33431 (except as otherwise noted for your state in the terms and conditions).
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