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Seversin's Service Center Mechanic

Auto Repair Warranties

Confidence Plus North American Warranty

In survey after survey, one of the most important things a customer wants from his or her professional installer is a warranty... in writing. That's what you'll find when you choose and Auto Value or Bumper to Bumper certified service center. Your automotive repair or other service is backed by our Confidence Plus North American Warranty.

This 12-month/ 12,000-mile limited parts and labor warranty demonstrates our commitment to quality and to our customers. All repairs and service are performed at a preferred shop and are backed by this warranty, giving customers assurance at home and on the road. If an issue should arise, the customer can return to the shop where the repair was done. If they're far from home, the warranty work can be done at any of our 20,000 preferred service center partners across North America.

While each of our technicians strive to perform reliable repairs every time, our Confidence Plus North American Warranty adds an extra layer of surety with every service. In addition to Confidence plus, customers can enjoy assistance with fuel, oil and water service; lockout assistance; flat tire assistance; and battery jumpstart through our ToYourRescue program.

Seversin's Automobile Extended Warranty

If you have an extended warranty, we can absolutely service your vehicle - it's not necessary for you to return to the dealer to get the work done. We work with most companies involved with extended warranties, and will take care of all of the details for you. Extended warranty contracts are basically insurance policies and are generally managed by third parties, such as GE Capital, Ryan Warranty Services, AAA and credit unions. These policies are purchased to cover car repair expense in the event of a breakdown; how they work varies greatly.

Even comprehensive warranties can have some imitation clauses, so make sure you understand them Among other things, these limitations can include:

Procedures required in order to file a claim. (Authorizing repairs in advance, or meeting required maintenance schedules, for example).

How repair costs are paid. (Directly by the company to the repair shop, or through reimbursement to you.)

Whether the warranty covers items that haven't failed, but are worn and may affect safety, drivability, or related components.

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