Car Warranty

Parkers has teamed up with MotorEasy, providers of the UK’s most dynamic online motoring solutions, for car warranties.

‘We are here to ensure that your big car repair bills become a thing of the past’

If you are anything like us, you just want a nice easy solution for when your car goes wrong.

So don't waste your time worrying about your car warranty; our online solution is perfect for you and accessible on any device and at any time.

Everything you need to know about car warranties

All new cars come with a car manufacturer warranty, usually lasting for three years, however some are covered for five or even seven years.

A car warranty is designed to provide car buyers with some peace of mind that should a car develop a fault, it can be fixed under warranty with little or no cost to the car owner.

However, the car warranty only covers certain breakdowns and car failures - there are usually plenty of rules and small print that apply to the warranty. A car warranty won’t cover the wear and tear items such as tyres and brake pads, for instance – these you will still need to pay for as part of the car’s ongoing running costs.

How used-car warranties work

Aftermarket car warranties are designed for when your car no longer has a manufacturer's warranty. They work in the same way as a new-car warranty but take into account mileage and any wearing parts of the car, which is why there are a variety of packages to choose from. The general rule of thumb is this: the cheaper the warranty, the less cover it provides.

So you should always make sure you understand what your car warranty covers, and what exclusions it has.

As with a new-car warranty, used-car options have certain criteria that need to be met. These can include the car having a valid, current MOT certificate and a service in the past 12 months by a reputable garage.

To find out more about MotorEasy car warranties, click here

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