What Would Void A Car Warranty?
Your new car comes with a warranty. That is one of the benefits of purchasing a new car. But what is a warranty? Well, a warranty is a contract that exists between the new car owner and the manufacturer. It states that the manufacturer will repair your car in the case of a malfunction within the contract’s stipulations, and you have followed the contractual agreement. However, some things would void a car warranty. This article will explain it all.
Bear in mind, not every situation will completely void your car warranty. A warranty will be partially voided in some circumstances, meaning only specific parts of your warranty claim will be repaired or replaced. How do you know if your warranty is going to cover repair or damage? Take it back to the dealer.
When you arrive at the dealer, they will know if the requested repair is under warranty. If they are unsure, they will submit your claim to the manufacturer. If your repair is covered, the dealership will repair your car, and the manufacturer will pay the cost. If it is not covered, your claim will be denied, and you will have to pay for the repair work.