We were told the extended warranty covers everything including wear and tear. For 100,000 miles. That is why we bought it.zebelkhan said:If the extended warranty covers it then I am going for it too. I picked up a chip yesterday from a loose gravel on new pavement on the freeway.
I was told the same thing but to be honest I am sure they meant coverage is for items that goes wrong with the car but not as the result of outside "collision" elements. For instance, paint flaking off may be covered, but paint damage due to collision with a car is difinitely not. Still it would be worth trying.patrickem said:
We were told the extended warranty covers everything including wear and tear. For 100,000 miles. That is why we bought it.
That is what we were told when we got the extended warranty. Nissan covers it. That is why we got the extended warranty. It was expensinve we wouldn't have gotten it if it didn't cover all the things we were told it did.MOCKBA said:You guys jump too fast from Extended warranty by Nissan and a Property Insurance from your Ins Company. Two tottaly different things.
The way i understood this is that Nissan covers it, not the Ins Company. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Nice. NOT!bob1 said:Just a note of interest, now I'm not suggesting you actualy do this but....Insurance company's will not pay for a crack in the window unless it's the size of a dollar bill. If the crack is that long, about 6 inches, they will replace the windshield minus your comprehensive deductable.
PS....Use a towel when you hit the window with a hammer!!!
Call your company and ask them their requirements in advance!