Vehicle Service Agreements can help cover expensive repairs for mechanical breakdowns not covered by your manufacturer’s warranty. Your dealer can help you choose the level of protection that is right for your vehicle, your driving habits, and your budget. National Auto Care provides Vehicle Service Agreements for new or pre-owned passenger cars and trucks, powersports units like motorcycles and jet skis, and recreational vehicles.
Don’t get caught upside down! If you are in an accident where your vehicle is declared a total loss, National Auto Care’s Guaranteed Asset Protection may waive the difference between your insurance settlement and the outstanding balance on your vehicle.
Covers repair or replacement of tires and wheels when damaged by a road hazard like a pothole or road debris on a public roadway. Tire & Wheel protection also features roadside assistance, including towing, emergency battery service, and lockout assistance.
A bundle of our most popular coverages to help maintain the appearance, value, and function of your car. Includes Tire and Wheel Protection, Paintless Dent Repair, Windshield Repair and 24-hour Roadside Assistance. Optional Key Replacement is also available.
Covers replacement and reprogramming of costly keys, key fobs, smart keys and more in case of damage or loss. Two levels of coverage with roadside assistance and driver discounts are available.
Prevention is the best protection. Your dealer will apply a theft deterrent product. If your car is stolen, the limited warranty will provide a benefit whether your car is declared a partial loss or a total loss by your insurer. The plan also provides for substitute transportation and trip interruption in case of theft.
Take advantage of a dual benefit! Your dealer will apply a windshield protection product, and the limited warranty provides for windshield repair or replacement if damaged by road debris on a public roadway.
Don’t let end-of-lease excess wear and tear charges break the bank. Excess Wear and Tear Coverage covers charges for dents, paint damage, interior stains, missing keys and more.
Protect yourself from the cost of negative equity when you trade in your car at the dealership where you originally purchased it.
The test drive is over, the trade is done, and it’s time to start thinking about taking care of your new car with an F&I product. Here are a few important things to consider when you sit down with your dealer’s F&I manager.
Ask your Dealer about the National Auto Care products that are best for your car, your circumstances, and your budget.