Most knowledgeable persons will tell you that the best available deal on a car purchase is not found in buying a brand new one but in purchasing a vehicle that is a couple of years old. You get what is effectively a new car without that new car price tag or all the instant depreciation that comes from driving a new car off the showroom lot. By the time you get it home, you’ve already lost several thousand dollars’ worth of book value.
Yet the one thing that is economically good about a new car is that rock-solid new car warranty that covers just about everything you can think of. It’s a big part of the whole new car experience—knowing that you are fully protected in case anything ever goes wrong. If only it were possible to combine the virtues of a new car warranty with the financial sense that comes from buying a slightly-used vehicle. That would truly be the best of both worlds.
Fortunately for the thrift-minded motorist, there is a solution to this dilemma, and it is provided by NCWC Inc. of Ocean, New Jersey. What they have done is craft a series of extended car warranties which will allow a vehicle buyer to maintain warranty protection even after the original new car coverage expires or fails to transfer over due to a change in ownership.
These replacement policies can be as inclusive or as bare bones as you like, or anything in between. You can tailor your own policy to your own comfort level. If you want the security of knowing that everything is covered and you will never need to worry about being upsold by unscrupulous mechanics ever again, then opt for one of the Select Coverage packages and relax. If you have an older vehicle in mind, or even if you already own one that has outlived its warranty, you might prefer a more basic option in the Engine or Powertrain Coverage plans.
These plans will provide you a level of comfort with regard to any of the major failure points on a car without getting you too deep into things which you can probably fix yourself on your day off. Or you might just calculate that the difference in costs of a basic versus an extensive plan is a sum of money that you bank every month. That way, if something major goes bad, you’re covered, but if something minor goes bad, you have the cash on hand to deal with it in your own way.
Of course coverage is only as good as the company that provides it and NCWC has been in the business for a long time. For both individual vehicle owners and members of the NCWC Inc dealer services network, that is a very reassuring factor to take into consideration. Not only have they been successfully providing coverage but have done so at a price point that keeps them among the industry leaders year after year.
The only way you can go wrong with an NCWC policy is to take the risk of not having one in the hopes that nothing will ever go wrong with your car.