Service contracts for vehicles, also known as VSCs, are a way to cover the cost of major repairs and get your car back on the road quickly.
As soon as the car’s original manufacturer’s warranty expires, VSC coverage kicks in. These plans, which are referred to as “additional repair products,” help drivers prepare for the possibility of unanticipated car repairs. Cameras, sensors, and computers all play a role in modern vehicles’ advanced technology, which makes them more susceptible to failure than traditional mechanical components. In the event that these components need to be repaired, drivers can use VSCs to cover the costs.