Find Out How To Claim Your Ford Extended Warranty Fast With DoNotPay
Ford Motor Company is an American automaker whose cars lack reliability and endurance. Ford warranties last for three years or 36,000 miles. This period is too short for many customers, which makes purchasing an extended warranty for a used car a necessity.
This article will explain how to claim Ford extended warranty with DoNotPay’s help and use our platform for any other car warranty that you have.
What Can You Expect From Ford Extended Warranty Plans?
Ford offers four plans that provide coverage for up to eight years or 150,000 miles. You can learn more about the plans in the table below:
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Ford offers several add-on benefits for each plan, such as transferable warranties, 24-hour roadside assistance, ten days of rental car perks, and financing for 24 months without interest.
What Is the Cost of Ford Extended Warranty?
The prices of Ford extended warranty plans depend on the manufacturer or a third-party company. There is no universal cost for an extended warranty. It is estimated that an extended warranty can cost you about $2,800 on average.
The price might depend on:
- Car type
- Car condition
- Coverage type
How To Claim Extended Warranty from Ford With DoNotPay
If you open DoNotPay in your web browser, you’ll see how simple it is to claim your warranty with our help. Follow the instructions below to claim your Ford extended warranty fast:
- Enter Claim Warranty in the search field on DoNotPay’s website
- Select Car Warranty
- Type in Ford and provide the name, model and make of your vehicle
- Describe the issues that occurred with your car in full detail
- Click on Submit
DoNotPay will create your claim within seconds and file it on your behalf. The company will get in touch with you to schedule the necessary repairs.
Don’t Get Discouraged if Ford Rejects Your Claim—DoNotPay Will File an Appeal
You won’t be the first nor the last person that had their claim rejected. Companies deny first-time claims because they want you to give up. If you file an appeal with DoNotPay, they won’t have the choice but to review your claim.
After you file your appeal using DoNotPay, the company will reach out to you to discuss your appeal. Here is a step-by-step guide to filing your warranty claim appeal:
- Access the Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim feature on DoNotPay
- Specify whether you’re appealing against a Product Manufacturer’s or an Extended Warranty Provider’s decision
- Give us a few details about the company and attach the original warranty claim
- Hit Submit
After we gather all your information, DoNotPay will draw up an appeal and send it to Ford.
We can help you even if your dealer refuses to cancel an extended warranty by filing a claim in small claims court.
What Else Can DoNotPay Do for You Today?
If Ford extended warranty took more than it gave, you could request a Ford extended warranty refund with DoNotPay.
You’ll find how resourceful DoNotPay is once you open our app in your web browser.
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