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New cars often come with a manufacturer warranty as standard. Such warranties usually last 3 years (or a set number of miles), although some car makes like Hyundai or Kia now offer much longer coverage. So, if you’re buying a new car, you’ll have that peace of mind from the outset.
But not everyone drives a young car bought from new. An extended RAC car warranty, supplied by ALA, is designed for those drivers.
It can be a great solution for anyone keeping their car beyond its original cover period. It’s also useful for anyone about to buy a used car. The original manufacturer warranty can’t usually be transferred to a second owner and a used car warranty is sometimes the only way to get peace of mind.
One of the most important reasons to get an RAC warranty, however, is the cost of repairs. If it makes you shudder to think how much a breakdown could cost you, this could be the answer.
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If you’re looking to get protection for your car, it’s important to remember that not all policies are the same. It’s always a useful idea to check what is covered under a car warranty by looking at the fine print to be absolutely sure that your chosen warranty gives you the cover you need.
With Gold, Platinum and Platinum Plus options, an RAC warranty can offer the level that’s most appropriate for the age and condition of your car. But you can also rest assured that all options cover major components as standard, including:
Our comprehensive list of covered components can provide you with more information about what is included under each RAC warranty option from ALA.
While pre-owned vehicles typically have no cover against unexpected breakdowns, we don’t just offer used car warranties here at ALA.
Our policies are also designed to offer excellent value and peace of mind to the owners of newer cars with a manufacturer warranty that’s about to expire.
To be eligible, all cars must be under 12 years old and with a mileage of less than 120,000 miles from new.