faq's, warranty facts

Extended Warranties are designed to provide assistance with the cost of repair or replacement of certain components, due to a Breakdown or Failure.

An approved repairer means a licensed mechanical workshop authorised by the warranty company.

Means the sudden and unexpected failure of a component arising from any permanent mechanical, electrical or electronic fault, which causes the component to stop working, and means that it needs repairing or replacing.

To maintain your Warranty, you are required to service your vehicle in accordance with the Vehicle Manufacturer’s directions and recommendations.

If you need to make a claim, contact the warranty company before commencing any repairs.

If you cancel your Warranty on or before 30 days of the Purchase Date and have had no benefits paid out, you will receive a full refund of the premium paid.

The taxes and charges (for example GST) that apply to your Total Warranty Cost are included in the Retail Price. The Warranty Claim Limit for each Listed Component under this Warranty includes GST for repairs.
You must make your own assessment of the percentage for which you use your Vehicle for business purposes if you intend to claim any input tax credits for this Warranty.

You can choose to pay the Warranty Premium by instalments to help spread Your payment over time. This facility is not part of the Product Terms and Conditions of warranty companies as it is an additional service provided by a third-party provider.

Example of payment options include Pay in 4 through Paypal, longer terms through Humm and iCREDIT

You may transfer the benefits of this Mechanical Breakdown Warranty to
a new owner. You cannot transfer the warranty to another vehicle.

Yes, most warranties provide coverage for Ride Share drivers.

Please check with us on the available coverage options