This is a sponsored post brought to you by Endurance.
Buying a car is most likely included in your family budget, but probably not an extended car warranty. You’ve all been there. You shop for several weeks or months trying to find the car that works best for driving all over town, dropping kids at school, after school activities and even the occasional road trip. You finally find the car of our dreams and then you have all these options you never even thought about that your dealer “strongly suggests” you buy. You might just say no to any additions and feel like you’ve just saved yourself some money, but you might have overlooked a major addition that would save you money long-term: extended car warranties.
Endurance Warranty created an infographic that allows you to follow John through the life of his car. Endurance charted the most common car failures and replacement costs for the average life of a car. The average “John” will need to spend $15,000 in repairs throughout the life of their car. You probably didn’t put that into your family budget. Endurance shows that by purchasing an extended car warranty, those costs can be minimized, freeing up money in the budget for the fun things in life, like that road trip to the beach you’ve been dreaming of.
An extended car warranty is an added warranty that can be purchased for your car after the manufacturer warranty expires. This additional warranty helps cover the costs and expenses of major car failures so you don’t have to pay out of your own pocket.
To view the full infographic and accompany information, visit https://www.endurancewarranty.com/learning-center/research/how-much-extended-car-warranty-saves/
Endurance shields you from the high costs of maintenance on your car after the manufacturers warranty expires with protection plans that pay the mechanic directly for parts and labor on repairs.