Extended Warranty * for your Ford


Ford Motor Company has been a longstanding American auto manufacturer. Its popularity has had them ranked as the second largest automaker based out of the U.S. and the fifth largest worldwide.

Buying your Ford vehicle is exciting and the last thing you want to think about is when you’ll need to take it in for repairs. Manufacturer warranties are offered to help protect us from the cost of repair coverage, but for a limited time. Even the most reliable vehicles will need repairs at some point due to the age of the vehicle and upgrades in technology. Will you be protected?

US Car Protection offers solutions through our vehicle service contracts, which give vehicle owners an opportunity to plan for the future. We offer coverage to be ready to go once your current warranty expires.

When major parts start to fail, it can mean costly trips to the dealership or repair shop, but we can help you avoid the feeling of distress that often comes with car problems. Our policies are customizable to fit most any need.

Average Repair Costs for Ford Vehicles

In addition to the make, model, and year of a vehicle, consider other variables which may affect the average cost an owner will pay over the lifetime of their vehicle. Driving habits, geographic location, and seasonal weather can all cause additional wear and tear on a vehicle, which may lead to repairs needing to be performed earlier than anticipated.

When you purchase your vehicle, whether from a dealership or private owner, find out if you have a Ford extended warranty or a Ford certified pre-owned warranty and the details of what each coverage provides.

Below is a costs sample for Ford vehicle repairs.* If there are parts not covered by your current warranty or your warranty is already expired, you are left with all the out-of-pocket expenses.

AC compressor replacement$360 to $1,351
Alternator replacement$143 to $1,780
Brake pad replacement$125 to $431

Choosing a Vehicle Service Plan

No one wants to be left paying hundreds of dollars unexpectedly due to vehicle repairs. Consider your long-term options for vehicle coverage. Our customers can rely on our the affordability, convenience and reliability of our vehicle service contracts for when the inevitable repairs are necessary.

We provide flexibility with our customizable coverage plans and allow people to plan ahead to make sure they have what they need in terms for vehicle coverage. Contact us today for more information or to get your free quote. We’ll help you find the option that works best.

*Estimates from Repairpal.com

*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not.

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