So what exactly is covered?
We’re glad you asked. Here’s a list of what we cover in case things with your car go haywire - be it electrical, mechanical, or software related. We're also proud to say we cover all Powertrain parts. The repair and breakdown costs covered includes parts and labour, as well as additional benefits such as roadside assistance, car rental, and trip interruption (e.g. lodging costs).
Front and Rear Drive Axle
Electric / Hybrid Components
The following components are also covered if they are required in connection with the repair of a covered part listed above:
Front and Rear Suspension Systems
Enhanced Electrical Systems
Supplemental Restraint Systems
Car Rental Benefit
What's NOT Covered?
Emission systems, safety restraint systems and software components that are not specifically listed in the agreement.
Exhaust systems components, except exhaust manifolds
Mobile phones used for keyless entry systems
Electronic transmitting devices
Carbon fiber components
Failures related to rust or corrosion
Hoses (unless they are power steering or AC)
Maintenance services and components such as:
shock absorbers, struts, mounts, bearing plates, standard transmission clutch assembly, friction clutch disc, pressure plate, throw out bearing, manual linkages, door, trunk and seat handles, manual transmission shift linkages, glass, lenses, sealed beams, light bulbs, LEDs, fuses, batteries, weather strips, trim items, mouldings, bright metal, chrome, upholstery, carpet, paint, outside ornamentation, bumpers, body sheet metal, panels, frame, structural body parts, tires and wheels.
Repair costs can add up
Some repairs might sound simple… until you get a bill for thousands of dollars. Here’s a look at how repairs can stack up.*