Fidelity Extended Warranty in a Nutshell

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All About Fidelity Extended Warranty

Fidelity Warranty Services, Inc—or shorter Fidelity—is a Florida-based car warranty provider featuring attractive extended warranty plans.

What Extended Warranties Does Fidelity Offer and What Do They Cover?

Fidelity offers two extended warranty plans:

  1. Vehicle Protection Plan (120,000 miles)
  2. High Mileage Protection Plan (48,000 miles)

Below is the table showing both plans (with available variants) and services included in them, as well as the exceptions:

Extended Warranty Plan LevelIt IncludesIt Excludes

Powertrain Vehicle Protection Plan

  • Engine
  • Drive axle
  • Hybrid parts
  • Transmission
  • Plug-in electric/hydrogen components
  • Compressed natural gas components

The exclusions may vary depending on the service contract

Gold Vehicle Protection Plan

  • Cooling
  • Steering
  • Electrical
  • Air conditioning
  • Front/rear suspension
  • Everything included in the Powertrain Vehicle Protection Plan

The exclusions may vary depending on the service contract

Platinum Vehicle Protection Plan

  • All vehicle assemblies except the ones on the exclusions list
  • Glass
  • Brakes
  • Lenses
  • Airbags
  • Upholstery
  • Body panels
  • Sealed beams
  • Lock cylinders
  • Tires and wheels
  • Shock absorbers
  • Other wear-and-tear vehicle parts

Owner Select High Mileage Plan

  • Brakes
  • Steering
  • Air conditioning
  • Additional hybrid/plug-in electric components

The exclusions may vary depending on the service contract

Drivetrain Plus High Mileage Plan

  • Engine
  • Drive axle
  • Transmission
  • Additional hybrid/plug-in electric components

The exclusions may vary depending on the service contract

General Fidelity Extended Warranty Exclusions

Except for exclusions specific to each plan, there are also some general exceptions. These include:

  • Faulty batteries
  • Failures due to improper towing
  • Damage caused by the use of inadequate fuel
  • Malfunctions due to extreme weather conditions
  • Wear-and-tear parts—brakes, windshields, etc.
  • Mechanical failures caused by improper use or lack of maintenance

How To Claim Fidelity Car Warranty by Yourself

If you have a Fidelity extended warranty plan and you want to file a warranty claim, you can do it:

  1. In person
  2. Via phone

Claiming Fidelity Auto Warranty in Person

To claim Fidelity extended car warranty in person, you should take your vehicle to the nearest authorized selling dealer and specify the problem you faced. Make sure you have a valid purchase receipt with you while visiting, as the repairs are possible only if you can prove that your car is still under warranty.

Claiming Fidelity Auto Warranty via Phone

If going to the dealership is too much hassle for you, you can file a warranty claim over the phone. To do this, follow the steps below:

  1. Call 1-800-327-5172
  2. Provide the necessary information about the current car issue and additional contract details
  3. Wait for the agent to schedule a repair

The available methods for filing a warranty claim with Fidelity are presented in the table below.

Can You Claim Your Warranty WithYes/No
In PersonYes

How To Claim Fidelity Extended Car Warranty With DoNotPay

Contacting the company directly can be stressful, as you may end up arguing with the representatives or waiting on hold for hours. Our app helps you file a warranty claim from anywhere and within minutes, without visiting the dealership or having to speak to anyone.

Here are the steps you need to follow to use this feature:

  1. Open DoNotPay in any
  2. Choose the Claim Warranty feature and pick Car Warranty
  3. Select Fidelity Warranty Services as your provider and input your car model
  4. Describe the vehicle problem

That’s all you need to do. We will generate a claim letter by using the information you provided and submit it on your behalf. The company will reach out to you shortly to discuss the issue with you and find a solution.

You can follow the same procedure if you want to claim an extended warranty for used cars or home warranties.

Can You Use DoNotPay for Submitting an Appeal on Rejected Warranty Claims?

If your claim gets denied or a dealer refuses to cancel your extended warranty, you can use our app to compose an appeal letter that will be automatically sent to the company. Filing an appeal will increase your chances of getting the repair you need despite the first rejection.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Open DoNotPay and go to Claim Warranty
  2. Select Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
  3. Choose Extended Warranty Provider
  4. Tell us more about the provider and attach a digital copy of the rejected warranty claim letter
  5. Submit the appeal

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

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