Extended Warranty

Mechanical Repair Coverage (MRC) Extended Service Agreement

Warranties are usually purchased as extra security for used car buyers. Extended service agreements can reduce the risk of potentially expensive repairs. Used cars and trucks may no longer be covered by the factory warranty, or the factory warranty may not yet be expired – it just doesn’t cover the repair needed.

Whether you own a used vehicle or you have bought one for a family member, a teenage son or daughter, a used vehicle often has an unknown history. An extended service agreement can offer extra peace of mind, knowing those future repairs might not be a huge hit to your wallet.

Click on the extended warranty image above for the Pinnacle Protection covered components.

Average Costs for Common Car Repairs

Did you know… The average repair/replace cost of these common items?*

Navigation System $2,925.00
Engine $5,660.00
Water Pump $895.00
Transmission $4,265.00
Alternator $1,126.00
AC Compressor $1,325.00
Fuel Pump $1,035.00

*(Average costs per National Auto Care)

Save on Future Repairs

Without a vehicle service agreement, these costs will come out of your pocket!
Save Big on all future repairs! All of our plans provide solid protection & great benefits including**:

  • Reimbursement of deductible for parts covered under manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Car rental coverage while your vehicle is being repaired.
  • Reimbursement for meals and lodging while your car is being repaired, when you’re far away from home.
  • Towing service to a repair facility when your car is disabled.

**Restrictions & limitations may apply.

Call us today at (985) 867-8867 for more information.
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