GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) Platinum Warranty Coverage Features Parts and Labor Costs
The beauty of Platinum coverage is how thoroughly it covers your GMC, Chevy, Cadillac, Buick, Hummer, or Saturn vehicle. Unlike cut-rate aftermarket extended warranties, Platinum covers all your electrical and mechanical components, even if your breakdown results from wear and tear. That's a big issue with cheaper aftermarket contracts, as they often have stipulations allowing them to avoid claims by citing "wear and tear". Read the fine print and you'll see that GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) Platinum is your best option for covering parts and labor. A GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) Platinum Protection Plan covers:
- Transmission / Transaxle
- Front / Rear-wheel-drive assemblies
- Fuel system
- Engine cooling system
- Heating and vehicle manufacturer-installed air conditioning systems
- Electrical, computer and audio systems
- Braking system components
- Suspension (Front / Rear)
- Steering system
- High-tech components
- Seals and gaskets
- Safety assemblies
GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) Platinum Includes Roadside Assistance
Just use our toll free number once you've signed up for Platinum and you'll get around the clock roadside assistance throughout the U.S. and Canada. This includes jump starts, tire changes, towing, key service (except in Kansas) and fuel delivery.
Is your vehicle in the shop for repair? No need to worry if you’ve got Platinum coverage. Platinum will cover your alternate transportation (with a few limitations) whether you're looking for a replacement vehicle or using public transportation. Some basic stipulations include:
- Two or more manufacturer's labor time guide hours are required for the repair, or
- Your vehicle is not drivable and must be kept overnight
GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) Platinum Covered Parts
Platinum Coverage is extremely comprehensive, as you can see from our list above. As for what's not covered, use the list below. If you don't see it here, it's covered.
- Sheet metal
- Body parts, panels and rails
- Chassis frame
- Cross members
- Trim, moldings, and bright metal
- Rust damage
- Convertible and vinyl tops
- Carpet and upholstery
- Exhaust system and catalytic converter
- Sealed Beams
- Light Bulbs
- Brake drums
- Shock absorbers
- Squeaks, rattles, wind noise and odors
Unless required in connection with a covered part we will not pay for: engine tune-up, suspension alignment, wheel balancing, filters, lubricants, engine coolant, drive belts, radiator hoses, heater and vacuum hoses, windshield wiper blades, air conditioning recharging, fluids, spark/glow plugs and wires, brake pads/linings and brake shoes/rotors, manual clutch disc, vehicle manufacturer recommended maintenance services and parts.
Every other part is covered!
Contact GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) for Platinum Auto Protection
Get in touch with us today for the best deal on an official General Motors Extended Protection Plan. See for yourself why a genuine GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) is the finest extended warranty / vehicle service contract available for your vehicle. The process to apply is fast and easy. Just have your vehicle identification number handy and we'll provide you with all the information you’ll need.
Get your discount pricing today by calling: 1-866-495-6123.
Platinum Warranty Benefits
Cost and Convenience
With the technology used in today's cars, parts and labors costs have risen and will continue to do so. One “out-of-warranty” repair can exceed the cost of purchasing an official GM Extended Protection Plan. Not only will GMEPP (Formerly GMPP) minimize or even eliminate out-of-pocket expenses for covered repairs, your GM dealer will handle the repairs with trained technicians and genuine GM parts.
Vehicle protection plans provide customers with financial security against unanticipated vehicle repair expenses. Depending on the coverage, additional benefits may include:
- Alternate transportation or rental during the repair
- Roadside assistance or towing
- Convenient service at more than 7,000 GM dealerships across the United States and Canada, ensuring that your repairs are completed by GM-trained technicians.
Why is the company offering the contract important?
Regardless of the type of coverage selected, the company behind the plan is very important. A protection plan is a promise to pay, in the future, for covered repairs and services. That contract is only as good as the company that backs it. The GM Extended Protection Plan is endorsed and insured General Motors.
When you buy a protection plan, you transfer the risk of future repair costs to a company, trusting them to pay your covered repairs sometime in the future. The company must be in business for the long haul, well into the future. The GM Extended Protection Plan is backed by General Motors, a company with more than 75 years’ experience serving GM customers. That's strength and stability!
All contracts offer a choice of deductibles. The deductible may be zero ($0), meaning that nothing is owed on a covered expense, or as high as $200 for the out-of-pocket amount paid by the customer. Deductibles may apply per individual repair or per claim.
Financial Strength and Rating
The company backing the plan is very important. It is the entity you have contracted with to pay repair claims and services. If the company is unreliable or goes out of business, so goes the protection you thought you purchased. Any GM Extended Protection Plan you purchase is completely secure... all backed by more than 75 years of experience serving the GM family of satisfied customers.
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