The internet has revolutionized how we shop for cars, allowing consumers to take control of the car buying process to save money. Whether comparing features and prices of various auto makes and models, arranging for car loan financing and insurance, to ordering a new car or purchasing a pre-owned vehicle online, consumers can now find the best deals using the internet.
An essential auto product consumers should also research when purchasing a car is an extended car warranty. “Warranties are sold by many dealerships but when buying a vehicle privately on web sites, such as Kijiji, Lease Busters and Auto Trader, extended warranties are usually not offered as part of the sale,” says Shadi Jarjoura, director of sales for Ensurall, Canada’s only online direct to consumer auto warranty provider.
By cutting out the middleman and selling directly to consumers, Ensurall is able to sell comprehensive and extended warranty contracts that are competitive with those sold by car dealerships and other warranty providers at a huge discount of up to 60% less. A diverse range of extended auto warranties are available – from specific component coverage, such as Powertrain, to complete bumper-to-bumper coverage.
As part of the car buying process when deciding to buy a new or pre-owned car, consumers can easily request a quote for an extended warranty on Ensurall’s web site. In addition, consumers should also research the history of the vehicle, whether buying online or from a dealership. “This is especially important when buying a pre-owned vehicle to make sure you aren’t buying a lemon, to find out if the vehicle has been properly maintained, or if it’s been involved in an accident,” advises Jarjoura.
Consumers intending to buy pre-owned vehicles can access this essential information at www.carproof.com, Canada’s leader in providing car history reports. Services range in price from $34.95 to $64.95 for the most comprehensive report of a vehicle’s past.