Posts by Earl Stewart
- earlstewart13 at Motoramic11 mths ago
Most everyone has heard these words, “I’m sorry but you’ll have to pay for this repair because your car is out of the manufacturer’s warranty." What should you do say or do? Obviously, we’re not talking about cars that are “way out” of warranty. A 10-year old vehicle with 200,000 miles that had a three year or 36,000-mile warranty will not be repaired free by your dealer or manufacturer. However, for cars those that are “close” to being within the warranty time and mileage, there is a good chance that you can persuade the dealer/manufacturer to pay at least a portion of the cost of repair. This article is designed to tell you how best to accomplish this.
The easiest way to have your car repaired at no cost is if you initially brought the vehicle in for a problem while it was still under warranty, the dealer “attempted” to fix it, but did not. When the problem resurfaces, as long as you have in writing and on the record that this happened, you should have no problem getting your car repaired at no charge.