Homebuyers Alliance has done the hard work for you

Homebuyers Alliance is a 501c3 Non-profit charity focused on helping homeowners and renters to save more of their hard earned money.  We focus on educating people and helping them navigate complex choices to come out on top.

We know that different families have different needs. That is why we have found vehicle service contract providers who work around the clock to make sure they meet your specific needs correctly. They take every measure possible to make sure your car budget doesn’t get busted. That is why the Vehicle Service Contract Packages we recommend are the best on the market. Learn more by speaking with a Vehicle Service Contract specialist today by phone.

Call to ask questions or learn more today : 1-888-271-4026

Comments from those we have helped

“When my alternator broke, they saved me $1000 “

-George S

“I had an engine electrical problem the dealership wanted $975 to replace the engine control module.  If I wasn’t covered, I would have had to choose between rent and my car.”

-Zack P

“I almost fell out of my chair when the repair place told me the transmission replacement would cost $3500, but then they said my Vehicle Service Contract covers it, and I would just have a small deductible.”

-Michelle R

Flexible options to meet different needs


Covered items include:
  • Engine

  • Automatic or Standard Transmission

  • Differential Assembly

  • Drive Axle 

  • Seals and Gaskets

  • Turbo / Supercharger

  • Transfer Case

 
Covered items include:
  • Engine

  • Automatic or Standard Transmission

  • Differential Assembly

  • Drive Axle 

  • Seals and Gaskets

  • Turbo / Supercharger

  • Transfer Case

  • Air Conditioning System

  • Electrical

Covered items include:

  • Engine

  • Automatic or Standard Transmission

  • Differential Assembly

  • Drive Axle 

  • Seals and Gaskets

  • Turbo / Supercharger

  • Transfer Case

  • Air Conditioning System

  • Electrical

  • Cooling System

  • Fuel System

Everything in or on your car except:

• Anti-theft systems

• Battery

• Body Panels

• Bolts/Nuts/Fasteners unless needed in conjunction with a covered repair.

• Brake Lining and Brake Pads

• Catalytic Converter

• Coolant Hoses and Drive Belts

• Drums and Rotors except when damaged by a covered part

• Exhaust System

• Glass and any treatments or chemicals related to any glass

• Lenses

• Light Bulbs, Halogen bulbs or H.I.D Diodes

• Manual Transmission Clutch components

• Moldings/Weather-Strips

• Paint

• Passive or active safety and restraint systems, and any sensors and/or components related to those systems.

• Radio/speaker equipment

• Recreational Vehicle equipment

• Remote Controls, Key Fobs or Keyless components

• Sealed Beams

• Sheet Metal/Bumpers

• Shocks and Struts

• Spark Plugs and Wires

• Suspension Air Bags

• Telephones, Satellite Services or Systems

• Televisions

• Tires/Wheels/Wheel Covers

• Trim

• Upholstery/Convertible & Vinyl Tops

• Video Entertainment and/or Gaming Systems

• Wiper Blades

• Any Aftermarket Parts

​• Any Component listed in the section entitled “What Is Not Covered”

• Any equipment when not installed by the manufacturer

• The components described in the Vehicle’s Manufacturer’s Maintenance Schedule when such components are repaired or replaced as part of routine or manufacturer-recommended Maintenance.

Call to ask questions or learn more today : 1-888-271-4026

How Auto insurance differs from a Vehicle Service Contract

Auto insurance is purchased to protect your from external damages and cover any damages you incur on another car in an accident.  These could be any damages whether cosmetic or functional caused by an accident or a storm for example.  When you buy a car, your bank or finance company will make sure that you have Auto insurance to protect their investment in your car, so if something happens, they know the value they use to secure your loan with them is safe.

Auto insurance DOES NOT cover any breakdown of the systems of your car from the use of the car over time.  You may get lucky and have years without a major repair, or you may have regular expensive repairs which cause you to wonder if you should get another car.  These are either mechanical or electrical systems which you use every day as you drive  When one of these systems breaks, it is the car owner’s responsibility to fix them unless they are under a warranty from the manufacturer, which are often pretty short.  These repairs can easily run into the thousands or tens of thousands of dollars over the course of a few years, and can cause significant financial hardship for car owners.  With a little planning, however, car owners can simply pay a deductible and have the remaining costs covered by a vehicle service contract provider.  The companies we work with are backed by large insurance companies to ensure that when your time of need comes, they will be there to hold up their end of the bargain and keep you on the road without breaking your budget.

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