What is Not Covered
EasyCare® repair plans cover the cost of repairing critical components, engines, transmissions and much, much more. Just check out the detailed lists under What’s Covered and you’ll see the extensive protection EasyCare provides. But there are a few things EasyCare repair plans don’t cover, including:
- Pre-existing conditions
- Certain routine maintenance items, such as wiper blades, light bulbs, etc.
- Repairs that are performed without prior authorization. See How to File a Claim.
- Failures caused by negligence, misuse or abuse, or continued operation when there is prior evidence of a mechanical problem
- Failures caused by a lack of maintenance. See Coverage Eligibility in EasyCare Extended Warranty Plans
- Failures caused by any external cause such as collision, theft, freezing, fire, vandalism, riot or explosion, lightning, earthquake, windstorm, hail, volcanic eruption, water or flood
- Failures caused by any part damaged by fire
- For TotalCare® and StatedCare™, tire or wheel damage due to traffic accident, improper inflation, overloading, dry rot, tread separation, defective tire or curb impact damage
- For TotalCare and StatedCare, wheel damage as a result of continued operation on a flat tire
EasyCare representatives are happy to go over your contract with you before you commit to anything. You can see a video about what’s in the contract here, as well as read a sample contract, too.
EasyCare offers a wide variety of coverage and benefits. Please see your contract for details of your coverage.