Re: So, what do you do when your warranty runs out?
No need when you've never bought such a thing IMO, especially if you have owned several cars, major appliances, computers, etc. I'm tens of thousands of dollars ahead of that game, so if anything happens, I'd just pay for it. As mentioned, you never win at gambling in the long run, and I'm not a lucky guy, so I self-insure on repairs. And don't forget many folks think they're covered for everything when they're not (always read the fine print), or they find coverage is pro-rated, or the company goes belly-up, etc. If you can't afford repairs on your used car, you're probably buying the wrong car IMO, but to each his own. Dealers, 'finance managers', and insurance companies make a killing on those policies, and that's why they push them so hard. And yes, it should be illegal to push them on a new car when they wouldn't take effect until warranty is over.
Originally Posted by OttawaSteve
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