Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) March 15, 2009 -
As the sales of new cars fall, the popularity of used car purchases is rising. For many consumers, buying a used car, or driving their current vehicle longer than expected, is a viable option in tough economic times. But, while this decision may result in short term savings, in the long term these savings can disappear as unanticipated repair bills mount up. In response, BestOptionOnline has introduced an extended warranty program that provides purchasers with long term protection for the savings realized on their used car purchases.
Historically, 25% to 30% of consumers who purchase and finance a vehicle from a franchise dealer will select an optional extended warranty or service agreement. These costs are typically then wrapped up in the total amount financed. But for many used cars, as well as off lease vehicles, this is not always an option.
The BestOptionOnline program can be used by people who currently own cars that may still be covered by the factory warranty but who plan to keep and drive the car long after the factory warranty period runs out or who buy a new car but choose not to purchase the dealer's warranty.
Claims adjusters work closely with repair facilities, and will pay them directly, to ensure satisfaction with coverage for most mechanical breakdowns and excess wear and tear of many parts.
For more information, please visit BestOptionOnline. FTC Facts for Consumers: Auto Service Contracts is available at no charge just for requesting a free quote.
Editor's note: For a non-promotional article on how extended warranties work and how to select the best option, or to arrange an interview with Bob Miller, President of Robert J. Miller and Associates regarding warranty programs, please contact Ginny Simon at 610-889-2036 or firstname.lastname@example.org.