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  • If you're going through Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an "Authorization to Incur Debt" is required from the trustee.
  • Unless included in a bankruptcy, you must not have had an automobile repossession within the last year.
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Choosing a New Vehicle

Choosing a new vehicle to purchase can be a confusing thing. There are so many to choose from right? Checking into new vehicle warranties can be just as confusing, but you're going to get help in this article to understand the lingo of what a warranty actually covers and does not cover. Hopefully this will help make your decision about purchasing warranty coverage easier. Keep in mind new vehicles should come with at least two standard warranties when they are sold.

Many warranties will not cover any damage caused by the weather or normal wear and tear on a new vehicle. However, if you're willing to spend more money on a better vehicle warranty then you can obviously get these covered as well. It is important before purchasing any extra coverage that you look at the contract and find the "failure" terms and what the warranty exactly covers in this area before you consider purchasing extra coverage.

To help you better understand if you need wear and tear coverage consider this wear and tear coverage is the highest level of warranty you can purchase. It covers a wide range of parts and maintenance to keep your vehicle in the best running condition possible. An Extended Warranty may give the definition "mechanical breakdown" which consists of a defect in workmanship or parts that are the fault of the manufacturer. However, they will also state that any reduction in the performance of the vehicle that falls under the wear and tear clause is not covered and the cost goes to the consumer.

If you're buying a brand new vehicle then the mileage is obviously going to be low. This is a good thing because it means that maintenance and service on the vehicle will be non-existent or very minimal. If you buy a vehicle that has a larger amount of miles then obviously the chance of having to get work done on the vehicle grows. These reasons are why all warranty contracts should be read from top to bottom. You may find that purchasing a warranty is going to be beneficial to you, but you may also discover that it could be a waste of your money.