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Mechanical, electrical parts & labour *.

You can be confident that our warranty leaves no stone (or part) unturned.

Emergency breakdown .

If you break down and need help, we’ll get someone to you as fast as possible to assess the problem.

Car hire, onward travel & expenses.

If we agree to repair your vehicle, we’ll make sure that your journey carries on uninterrupted while we fix the problem.

Premature wear & tear*.

Any premature wear and tear of parts is out of your hands. Put it in ours and Edd China’s.

Parts are replaced in pairs.

It’s our job to help keep your used car on the road for longer. That’s why, if your repair is approved when parts work in pairs, we replace them in pairs.

Cover level summary.

This is a listed parts plan. Below is a summary of the parts covered. Full details can be found in the plan book.


All major internal moving Parts of the cylinder block, including; crankshaft, camshaft, pistons, connecting rods, balance shafts, gears, oil pump, variable camshaft timing assembly (Vanos), chains, sprockets, tensioners and including the cylinder head, engine block, and liners (but excluding; burnt out valves and valve seats).


Cylinder head gasket.

Turbocharger (or supercharger)

All moving Parts (excludes oil seals).

Gearbox and transmission (manual or automatic)

All internal mechanical and electrical Parts of gearbox, transfer box, torque converter, and overdrive (but excluding hydraulic actuator, internal oil cooler and/or radiator, mechatronic unit and valves).


Flywheel (includes dual mass flywheel), flex plate, pressure plate, centre plate (excludes worn out facing material) ring gear, release bearing, master cylinder, slave cylinder, fork lever, clutch pedal and cable.


Drive shafts, prop-shafts, centre bearings, constant velocity joints (excluding rubber boots), universal joints and couplings.


Crown wheel and pinion and all other internal mechanical moving Parts.


Wheel bearings and cages, coil and leaf road springs, pneumatic air springs, shock absorbers, ride height actuators and regulator valves, wishbones, track control arms and linkages, suspension pump, kingpins, ball, and swivel joints.


Rack and pinion, steering box, power steering rack and pinion, power steering box, pressure pipes, idler box, hydraulic and electrical power steering pump, reservoir, steering column joints and bearings, track rod ends.

Braking system

Servo, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, calipers, vacuum pump, pressure restrictor valve, brake pedal, handbrake lever and cable, brake discs and drums.

Anti lock breaking system

Electronic control unit, pump, actuator, modulator and wheel sensors.

Fuel system (petrol or diesel)

Lift pump, fuel pump, injection pump, injector, heater/ glow plug, fuel level sender unit, throttle body, throttle potentiometer, airflow meter, air flow sensor, cold start valve, regulator, overrun cut off valve, fuel accumulator, pressure regulator and injector wiring loom.

Cooling system

Radiator, engine oil cooler, heater matrix and heater fan motor, water pump, cooling fan motor, viscous cooling fan coupling, thermostatically controlled radiator fan motor, engine temperature sensor, engine temperature gauge, thermostat, and thermostat housing.

Electrical system

Starter motor, alternator, voltage regulator, ignition coil, camshaft, crankshaft sensors, electronic ignition amplifier, indicator relay, electric windows regulators and motors, front and rear windscreen wiper motors and washer motors, electric window motors, sunroof and cabriolet motors including switches, central locking mechanism (excluding locks, barrels, keys and keyfobs), cruise control unit, headlamp motors, heater fan motor, thermostatically controlled radiator fan motor, horn, multi function indicator stalk switch, alarm control unit and siren.

Drive belts

Camshaft timing belt.

Oil seals

Engine and gearbox oil seals causing a major oil leak (dripping oil) and necessitating immediate replacement, where removal of the unit is essential (excludes worn collars and shafts).

Electrical control unit

All electronic control units (ECU).

Warranty plan additions – Included.

Plan Additions are designed to enhance our service and give you more choice when personalising your warranty cover. The below additions are included as standard. You can add or remove additions during the quote process to tailor your cover to meet your needs and budget.

Warranty plan additions – Optional.

Based on your level of cover you can choose to enhance your plan from the list of options below.

Your cover level is personal .

Select the plan that best suits your needs.

Warranty FAQ’s.

A car warranty, or an extended car warranty as you may also see it called, can help to pay for the cost of fixing your car if something goes wrong with it, like a mechanical or electrical problem.

New cars usually come with a warranty that lasts for 3 years. This means the manufacturer will fix any problems during that time. After this period any repairs or problems will need to be fixed by the vehicle owner.

For peace of mind, after your manufacturer’s warranty expires to help you seek to manage repair costs effectively, you can purchase an extended warranty.

Warranties do not include all defects. Most warranties will never pay for accidental damage or natural wear and tear of a part.

You must read the plan terms and conditions of any warranty before you take it out.

Our warranties are discretionary. This discretion allows for flexibility, as in each case we exercise our discretion to decide whether and how to resolve repair claims.

We have appointed an independent arbiter, Edd China, to ensure that any disputes with customers are resolved in a fair and un-biased manner. In the event of a dispute between us, Edd China has the final ‘discretion’.

This is what makes Warrantywise unique.

With access to our network of approved repair centres, you can rely on professional and reliable repairs.

An extended car warranty from Warrantywise provides protection for your vehicle beyond the manufacturer’s warranty, shielding you from unexpected repair costs that can arise due to mechanical or electrical failures. With additional benefits including recovery, car hire and onward travel, to name but a few, our warranty gives you peace of mind, eliminating the stress and hassle associated with unforeseen repairs and expenses. With access to our network of approved repair centres, you can rely on professional and reliable repairs. By choosing Warrantywise, you can budget more effectively and avoid unexpected costs with cover you can be confident in.

Our warranties are designed to provide the widest potential scope of repairs for the age and mileage of your vehicle. We automatically select the most appropriate level of plan for your vehicle, which you can then tailor to meet your specific needs during the online quote process or by speaking with one of our team of warranty experts on 0800 001 4990, who will help you through the process.

At Warrantywise, we aim to make the repair process hassle-free for everyone. When If you choose one of our Authorised Repairers to carry out an approved repair, we will handle the settlement of the repair cost directly with them, eliminating the need for you to make any payments.

We always recommend using one of our Approved Repairers. Their repair facilities undergo careful monitoring to guarantee the best workmanship and service quality.

However, we understand that you may have a preferred garage in mind. If that’s the case, please ensure they are VAT registered and follow our provided ‘Repairs Procedure’ outlined in the plan booklet. It’s also crucial to verify that their labour rate aligns with your warranty schedule.

If you decide to use your preferred garage, you may be required to pay the bill in full. However, rest assured, once the repair work has been agreed by us, we will promptly reimburse you directly for the agreed expenses. Our aim is to provide convenience and financial peace of mind throughout the repair journey.

As long as your car has an up to date service history you don’t necessarily need to service the car before we issue a warranty. However, if the vehicle doesn’t have evidence that the last service was performed at the correct time, you will need to arrange to have the car serviced to the manufacturer’s recommendations before your warranty cover is effective. Please refer to Section G – Servicing your vehicle for full details.

It is the vehicle owner’s responsibility to maintain their vehicle. Following the manufacturer’s service schedule ensures that vehicles are properly maintained.

 It is important to thoroughly check the service history of a second-hand vehicle before purchasing. Where the previous owner has missed a service, we’ll still provide a warranty if the service history is brought up to date according to the manufacturer’s recommendations (including any recommended remedial work). This must be brought up to date immediately and proof of the service provided.

No, you don’t have to have a car inspected before it can go on cover.

Our warranties are available in lengths to suit your needs. From monthly warranties to 12, 24 or 36 month warranties.

You can choose to pay for your warranty in full, over 4 month or PAYG (monthly pay as you go).

All Warrantywise plans come with a no question 30 day money back guarantee. You can cancel the plan at any time within the first 30 days and providing you have not requested that we meet the cost of any repairs, we will cancel the plan and refund your payment without deduction.

We always recommend using one of our Approved Repairers. These repair facilities undergo careful monitoring to guarantee the best workmanship and service quality. However, we understand that you may have a preferred garage in mind. If that’s the case, please ensure they are VAT registered and follow our provided ‘Repairs Procedure’ outlined in the plan booklet. It’s also crucial to verify that their labor rate aligns with your warranty schedule.

Our repairs office hours are 8.30am-5.00pm Monday – Friday (except bank holidays). If you breakdown out of hours, please phone our 24/7 breakdown service on 0800 054 2174. For full details on what to do with regards to repairs out of hours, please refer to Section H in your plan book. 


It is important to stop driving the vehicle immediately, and call our repairs team on 01254 355102. The lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 12pm. In the case of an emergency breakdown out of hours, please call 0800 054 2174. If you continue to drive after you suspect a fault, it could affect your warranty. Rest assured, we are here to assist you throughout the process.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines ‘Electrical’ as: (1) concerned with, operating by, or producing electricity. This means it has to be powered by, use, or produce electricity in order to function. NB: There are some items listed under our Additions that we will never pay for under the warranty.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines ‘Mechanical’ as: (1) relating to or operated by a machine or machinery. (2) relating to physical forces or motion. This basically means it has to be a part that moves, is moved and/or is acted upon by something else that makes it do that motion. NB: There are some items listed under our Additions that we will never pay for under the warranty.

If, during a journey, your Vehicle suffers a Breakdown within Great Britain you can telephone 0844 693 1910 (24h service) and we will arrange for an engineer to attend. If your Vehicle suffers a breakdown whilst in the European Union, you will need to make your own recovery arrangements and submit a claim under the warranty.

If your repair is approved and you need a hire car, because your vehicle is off the road, we may reimburse you for up 10 days for car hire, please refer to the terms of your warranty for details.

If you purchased your warranty directly, then yes. If you sell your car, you can transfer the remainder of your warranty to your new vehicle. Depending on the make, age and mileage of your new car additional charges may apply. Call our admin team on 0800 001 4990 for full details.

We take complaints very seriously and all complaints are thoroughly investigated by our Customer Relations Team. Our commitment to customer satisfaction means that if you are dissatisfied with the initial response, we have an escalation process in place to address your concerns further. We value your feedback and strive to continuously improve our services, ensuring that your experience with Warrantywise is of the highest standard. For more information on the escalation process, please refer to our complaints page, and if we cannot resolve your complaint between us, you can refer it to Edd China for consideration in his role as Final Arbiter.

All calls are answered directly from our UK offices by our knowledgeable and experienced customer advice teams. We take pride in providing exceptional customer service and ensuring that your enquiries and concerns are addressed promptly and efficiently. Our dedicated teams are here to assist you with any questions you may have, offering expert guidance and support.

Edd China fulfils the role of independent arbiter, this means he has the final say over any dispute that we cannot resolve between us, subject of course to your statutory rights.

Quentin Willson was instrumental in working with Warrantywise from 2007 to 2023 to develop our extended warranty plans to ensure they are clear, transparent and comprehensive. In July 2023, he passed over the responsibility of final arbiter to Edd China who will use his ‘discretion’ to ensure a fair and equitable resolution on a case-by-case basis.

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