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What is a Vehicle Service Contract?

What is a Vehicle Service Contract?

So you're at the dealership ready to purchase a new vehicle. Between test driving the car, signing the necessary paperwork, talking with the dealership salesperson, and preparing to drive away in your new car or motorcycle, there are quite a few things being thrown your way. In the process, the dealer may bring up something called a vehicle service contract (VSC), what some call an extended warranty. If you're a first-time buyer or you've never heard of the term before, you may not fully understand what this means for you. We're here to explain what a VSC is and how a payment plan provider like Omnisure can help you with your purchase.

VSC Basics
A vehicle service contract can protect you from expensive or unexpected repair costs associated with the mechanical or other breakdown of your vehicle. A vehicle service contract typically covers labor, new parts, and sales tax, while often allowing you to personally choose the mechanic or repair shop that will repair your vehicle.

Financing Your VSC Purchase
When it comes to financing the purchase of your service contract, you will likely need the assistance of a payment plan provider. This is where Omnisure can assist. Omnisure offers interest free payment plans, does not require a credit check, and provides payment plan options of as little as 12 months or as much as 24 months. This allows you to obtain the valuable coverage for your vehicle by paying for it slowly over time and with no interest. Get in touch with your local dealership for more information about Omnisure payment plans and how they can make VSCs affordable and a fit within your budget.