Owning a car is great until it’s time to fix it. Newer vehicles come with warranties that cover defects and failures, but once that’s done, the owner is, well, on their own. Parts and labor are expensive, and costs can add up quickly. Even the most reliable car will eventually break down, and that’s where extended warranties can help.
The world of extended car warranties has been turned upside down as scammers and robocallers have turned public sentiment against the industry. The truth is that many of the bad reviews for warranty companies relate to unpaid claims or bad customer service, not for scams. There’s more good news, because the companies listed here are well-reviewed, legitimate and are available throughout the U.S.