Extended Warranty Service Contract
A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “auto warranty” or an “extended car warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A Vehicle Service Contract does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s car warranty expires. A Vehicle Service Contract is a contract between you and a Vehicle Service Contract provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not. Specific contract terms, rates, taxes, fees and other charges are determined upon validation of vehicle information and acceptance by the extended warranty provider and accepted by all Dealers & Service Centers.
When you buy a car from us, you want to make sure that it looks great, not just now, but in the future too. That’s why we offer appearance protection on many of our vehicles. Not only will appearance protection keep your vehicle looking great even with the wear and tear of regular use, but it will also keep your resale value high. Protect the appearance of your car and protect your investment. Our appearance protection package includes unlimited repairs of the following:
Exterior Paint Coverage
Exterior oaint scratches can deminish the value and look of your vehicle, but not all scratches require repainting. With the DentGuard Exterior Paint Coverage, minor damage is covered – eliminating the cost of traditional body shop repairs.
Alloy Wheel Coverage
When your vehicle’s alloy wheels get scratches or scuffs, they not only take away from your vehicle’s value – they take away form it’s style, too. Wheel replacement can be costly and now unnecessary with DentGuard’s Alloy Wheel Coverage. Minor scratches or scuffs are easily erased so your vehicle can retain its value and style.
Windshield Repair Coverage
Minor windshield chips and cracks can happen anytime. With DenGuard Windshield Repair Coverage, you can stop subtle chips and cracks from turning into a distraction that may end up requiring a costly windshield replacement.
DentGuard covers minor dents and dings on your vehicle’s exterior surfaces. Repairs can be performed on dents and dings less than four inches in diameter on metal panels where the paint has not been broken and the dent can be completely repaired using the PDR process (as determined by the certified technician).
DentGuard does not cover any type of collision damage, sharp creases, large dents, hail damage**, environmental damage, rust/corrosion, surfaces where the paint has been damaged, or dents and dings on the roof panel with vehicles that have a sunroof or moonroof.