Originally Posted by S_A_Aceman
So you were in the car business for 18 years and never bought a new car in that time? Or you were the exception to the "no one that works at the dealership ever buys extended warranties" statement? I dont understand?!? And your trying to tell me that I would ahve been better off trying to pay the $3700 bill out of pocket to get my truck back on the road that to have spent $1200 for the extended warranty that gave me no out of pocket expences? Someone is confused, and I doubt its me. For ANYONE that planes to USE a product more extensively than the average person, an extended warranty is nothing but good insurance. And the more extensive the use, the more more obviouse the benefits are. My truck is less than 2 years old, and has 40000 miles on it. I CANT LOOSE with my $1200 investment. Its already saved me triple! And I have an estimated 3 years of coverage left. Doing the math on averages... my $1200 investment will save me $9000 in 5 years. Any investor would jomp on that train in a second!
You are right about someone being confused.........and it must be me.
Yes I was in the new car business and I never bought a new car during that time. Why would I ? I drove a demo that i did not have to pay for and I did not have to buy insurance for.
Your reply gets very confusing......Give me a little info ....
What year and make of vehicle are you talking about?
What repair cost you $3,700
IF your truck is only 2 years old and only has 40,000 miles on it. Why did the factory warranty not cover the $3,700 in repairs???
You are right, I'm very confused.