Endurance Warranty offers coverage for everyone. Whether you have a newer or a pre-owned car, it doesn’t matter! Endurance also covers delivery or rideshare driver vehicles, cars over 150,000 miles, salvaged or rebuilt title vehicles, and Canadian Grey Market vehicles. Endurance also offers specialty coverage, including high-tech components, commercial vehicles, luxury vehicles, and hybrid cars.
Standard benefits for Endurance customers include 24/7 roadside assistance, trip interruption, roadside assistance, and substitute transportation (aka rental car coverage). Also, for just a $20 activation fee, you can get a year’s worth of Endurance Elite Benefits. These benefits include tire replacement or repair, key fob replacement, collision discounts, and total loss protection.
The Endurance coverage plan options include basic drivetrain or powertrain protection and extend to component and exclusionary options across six protection plans. However, Endurance plans are fully customizable for any vehicle and budget. The new Highline for Supreme Vehicles coverage was released in 2022 for select luxury vehicles.
By far, the most popular plan for breakdown protection and maintenance coverage from Endurance is the Advantage plan. It offers up to $3,500 in routine maintenance benefits and extensive component protection. You will even find a handful of special services that can be completed once throughout your contract, including replacing a battery, replacing brake pads/shoes, and maintaining a cooling system.
When it comes to drivetrain or powertrain coverage, it’s what you would expect from similar plans at other providers, covering the engine and the main parts that make the car run.
Powertrain coverage may include:
- Drive Axle Assembly
The named component coverage is a bit different but also valuable. The idea with named component coverage is that the coverage is for the components included in the policy.
Component coverage may include:
- Factory Air Conditioner
- Engine Cooling System
- Front and Rear Suspension
- Fuel System
- Electrical Components
Exclusionary coverage is a broader form of coverage but is straightforward. Mainly, Endurance Warranty’s exclusionary coverage plans will cover everything that isn’t specifically listed as an exclusion within the policy.