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Is Total Auto Protect a good extended car warranty company?

garychisolmgarychisolm GeorgiaPosts: 2
edited December 2019 in Porsche
I found this company called Total Auto Protect through my dealership that offered me an extended warranty plan for my 2012 Porsche 911 has anyone has any experience with them. So far I've found great reviews on Top 10 Auto Warranty Companies. It seems they have been around since around 2004 and have excellent reviews.

My 2012 Porsche CPO Warranty expired a few years after I bought it. I have had to repair it on my own the last few times and don't want to pay out of pocket for these types of repairs. They said I can take it to any Porsche dealer or certified mechanic and my dealer said they accept it. The sales representative at the company is supposed to call me back on Friday and I'm just looking to review all my options. I'm really tired of paying for repairs on my own.

Heres the links I reviewed. Any advice is greatly appreciated, Let me know what you think.

https://www.totalautoprotect.com

https://www.totalautoprotect.com/porsche-warranty

https://www.vocalreferences.com/exte...ect/32706.html

https://www.top10autowarranties.com/top-10-auto-warranty-companies

https://www.top10autowarranties.com/total-auto-protect

Comments

  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 5,255
    You are betting that your car will break and need a repair, they are betting that it won't. Even then that's an "additional mouth to feed" when it comes to paying for a repair should one occur which really means that it has to cost the average consumer more in the long run. I don't advise anyone to get one of these "insurance policies" (they really are not a warranty). If you have the money for this, put it into stocks or some type of investment so that you have it if something does need to be repaired in the future. If nothing ever breaks, you end up way ahead.
  • garychisolmgarychisolm GeorgiaPosts: 2
    Great point! My friend David has had this one for years and he swears by them. He told me he only paid around $1,700.00 for a 4-year plan and so far they paid more than the 1,700 he paid them for repairs. I'm thinking its a good idea to give it shot.
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