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Deciding on extended car warranties is an individual choice and can’t be answered with any kind of blanket statement. If you are thinking about an extended car warranty on a brand new car for instance you need to decide a few things. How long will you keep your car is probably the first item. If you trade in every three years like many in the corporate business world or professionals do, then it doesn’t much matter as you should be leasing you vehicle with a full maintenance package.
If you’re trading in every two to three years and you a regular family car buyer, then you can find new cars that come with up to and even beyond a three year power train warranty included in the cars purchase price. While you wouldn’t need the extended warranty, it would be prudent to have towing and livery coverage such as basic level or maintenance coverage to take care of the annoying little charges like towing, oil changes and tire repairs that you’re going to pay for yourself no matter what kind of extended car warranties you buy for the vehicle.
Now if you buy a used car that came from one owner, who had a full car warranty and who took care of their vehicle with the regular maintenance required to keep their warranty in force, then grab this cream-puff fast and get full extended car warranties on it as soon as you take possession.