Powertrain Coverage Stacks Up
Powertrain Coverage vs. Exclusionary Coverage
Powertrain Coverage has always been in a face-off with Exclusionary Coverage. Exclusionary Coverage is sometimes referred to as “Bumper to Bumper” Coverage. While it’s true that Exclusionary Coverage provides more inclusive coverage for your vehicle, it’s also true that with more coverage comes a higher price tag for the buyer.
Although Exclusionary Coverage is ideal, Powertrain Coverage has its own recognition and steadfast following. Why? It’s the powertrain that guarantees smooth functioning of your vehicle – without it you’re not going anywhere. In fact, American Auto Shield Powertrain Coverage secures some of the most expensive parts of the vehicle, including the engine, transmission, drive axle, cooling system and more. Pretty pricey stuff.
Most vehicles begin to experience problems once they reach the 80,000 mile mark. For those with high mileage autos, or those who want coverage for the most expensive parts on their vehicle, American Auto Shield Coverage proves perfect. Not only do our Vehicle Service Contracts provide coverage for the big ticket items, they also provide built-in benefits to compliment your existing coverage. These built-in benefits include emergency roadside assistance anytime, as well as rental car and trip interruption reimbursement for covered claims.