Depending on the age and mileage of your vehicle, you can purchase up to 120,000 miles of coverage. The Ford Vehicle Friendly Protection Plan begins on the date of purchase and proceeds based on the duration and mileage chosen, whichever happens first and may contain a deductible depending on the option selected. You can choose from a nationwide network of more than 6,000 authorized service centers or a licensed repairer in the U.S. or Canada. No payment or refund for burnt valves, worn or carbonaceous piston rings, oil consumption correction or repairs to reduce engine efficiency to be performed on your vehicle. Full details can be found in the service contract. Refund up to 40 $US per day for a maximum of 10 days per covered mechanical breakdown. Coverage includes reimbursement for public transportation, car rental services, or ride-sharing services through a licensed rental agency, authorized dealer, or ride-sharing service. Get service at more than 6,000 authorized service centers or licensed repairers in the U.S.

or Canada. Yes. As with any other product, service contracts are subject to inflationary price increases. If you buy now, you commit to today`s cost. In addition, you are entitled to additional benefits such as alternative transportation coverage, travel protection, and portability. Yes, if your vehicle is less than 3 years old from the date of first use and has less than 36,000 miles. You will receive advanced service coverage if you purchase a Vehicle Service Agreement (VSA) from Ford Extended Service Plans. A VSA protects the covered components of your vehicle and offers you benefits such as towing reimbursement. Why is the Ford Vehicle Service Agreement the best choice? Nissan sees a service contract as an investment in customer satisfaction.

We know that a satisfied customer will be a regular customer. Independent warranty companies do not have an investment in your next vehicle purchase. This philosophy can really make a difference in the quality of its contract service products and especially when it comes to claiming claims.. . . .