Protection for your 2nd largest investment?
We all take out car insurance, not only is it compulsory, but the thought about how you would pay for a smash if you weren’t insured doesn’t bear thinking about.
UK (PRUnderground) March 31st, 2010
We all take out car insurance, not only is it compulsory, but the thought about how you would pay for a smash if you weren’t insured doesn’t bear thinking about. However, what happens if your car breaks down? Yes you can take out recovery to get it back to the garage, but at the end of the day you will still be faced with large repair bills to pay. Well, help is at hand.
Warrantywise have been supplying insurance that covers you against your car actually going wrong, which can be just as expensive as crashing it. The deal is simple, you pay your premium and if your car breaks down, Warrantywise will pay for it to be fixed. Simply as. Their policy has been written by the legendary motoring journalist, Quentin Willson and is described as the UK’s Best Used Car Warranty and covers All Mechanical and All Electrical Parts of your car, including labour.
Lawrence Whittaker, Managing Director of Warranty says, “Since the credit crunch the number of people taking out our used car warranty cover has quadrupled. The rising cost of garage labour rates, coupled with the complexity of the modern car has meant that even the smallest of breakdowns can run into hundreds, if not thousands”. In 2009, the average claim for repairs to Warrantywise was £747.27, and Lawrence reckons that this will only increase as car repairers and parts continue to get more expensive.
It seems that we live in a world where insurance comes very high up in people’s budgets. 1. Car, 2. Car Insurance, 3. Car Warranty. It seems that being protected leaves people with a sense of security and means that the rest of your yearly funds can be enjoyed on more luxury items such as holidays, without the worry of paying out for expensive garage repairs.
You can get an online quotation for your car warranty at www.warrantywise.co.uk, or call them on 0800 169 7880.