A car warranty is meant to protect your wallet in case anything on your car fails. Warranties cover components and workmanship’s defects. There has been a long way for new car warranties in the last couple of decades. In today’s world, most of the cars carry some type of warranties although each of them is differently created. However, there are some circumstances that can void the whole warranty of your car. Within some conditions, repairs of particular car parts may not be covered although the warranty still remains on other parts of your vehicle.
If the car is taken to dealership for payment under warranty, you have to file a complaint with the warranty provider or manufacturer for payment of what the warranty covers. But if that repair is not protected under that manufacturer’s warranty, the claim is rejected meaning you have to pay using your own wallet. In most cases before submitting the claim, it is the dealer who determines whether the car is covered under that warranty.