Extend Your Peace of Mind

Mechanical breakdowns present an unexpected expense, but a vehicle service contract can help get you back on track by covering costly parts and labor.

How to Buy

Your authorized dealer can provide detailed cost information for the various plans and options. You would typically purchase a vehicle service contract when you buy your vehicle, but in some circumstances, one may be available for your existing vehicle as well.

If you decide to buy, you may want to finance your vehicle service contract along with the cost of your vehicle. You may also have the option to finance separately interest-free through Service Payment Plan, Inc (SPP), which allows you to pay directly from your checking or credit card account each month. Your dealer can provide you with options.

To get started you’ll want to pick the right plan. You can choose one of our four existing plans then select from our coverage add-ons to tailor it specifically to your needs.

Use our comparison chart for more details
about what's included in each level of coverage.

View Comparison Chart

Vehicle Eligibility

Most new and used vehicles that are up to 12 model years old and have up to 150,000 miles are eligible for VehicleOne plans. The age and model year of the vehicle will determine plan eligibility.