• Evan Posted: 6/7/2011 7:10am PDT

    If you have never been in the car business, and you do not know what the hell you are talking about, it's best that you leave the advice to the experts. The information in this article is misleading and can cost people a ton of money in the long run. Extended warranties are cancelable in the event you sell the car or it is totalled. Don't call yourself an expert unless you actually know about the topic you are talking about.

  • jim Posted: 6/5/2011 6:39am PDT

    If you buy the extended warranty plan that is of factory backing, you will find it costs less when buying early in the vehicle life. If you wait until near the end of the original factory warranty to purchase an extended warranty the price really goes up. My GMPP extended warranty overlapped, but because of the problems with the vehicle it more than paid for itself before the warranty expired. It also provided better coverage, for example, if the vehicle was in the shop more than 2 hours. I think the purchase of extended warranty has other considerations than what is mentioned and this article does not address the decision very well.

  • Damien Thomas Posted: 6/5/2011 12:01am PDT

    Great info. Good to know when I go for my new car.