The Gilmer Mirror: Extended Warranties Make Sense When Investing in a New Car
With the start of the new year, many people are looking to make a fresh start: Often that involves purchasing a new car.
The new 2013 model cars are appealing because of the many high-tech features they offer. Cars are now coming equipped with keyless ignition, rear view cameras, GPS, Bluetooth, touch screen consoles and many other new and exciting features.
When buying a new car, purchasing an extended warranty (also called a service contract) is a smart next step. Nowadays people tend to keep their cars much longer than the standard warranty period. If you plan on keeping your car past the manufacturer’s’ warranty, then investing in a service contract is a wise route to take.