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Wheels.26

Buying new car

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{Wheels.26.160}: Jil {rabbit} Mon, 19 Nov 2018 08:11:09 CST (10 lines)

I should think of all these things before I post...

One big deal with an extended warranty plan is knowing when it starts.
I haven't worked in a dealership for decades so things might have
changed a bit, but I saw plans sold that took effect the day they were
purchased. That meant that from day one, the vehicle was covered both
by its no-charge factory warranty, and by one that the customer had
purchased. By the time the factory warranty expired and the extended
warranty kicked in, half of the extended warranty was already gone,
but someone had paid for that period.

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