Should I Buy an Extended Warranty or Extended Service Contract for my Car???
I want to know your opinion on Extended Car/Truck Warranty or Extended Service Contracts? What do you think?
If the additional expense won't cut into your necessities, but gives you a satisfactory boost in peace of mind, then go ahead and buy it.
No, don't do it. They price these warranties so that they collect far more in premiums than they ever pay out. The average is 70%.
Keep the money, save it as part of your emergency fund, so you can pay for repairs if and when they arise.
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