Essential Car Warranty.
Exactly how I need it.

We offer 3 levels of car warranty cover - Comprehensive, Standard and Essential.

The main differences between each level of cover is the parts of your car that they protect. Depending on your budget and requirements, you can use the table below to compare our car warranty cover and decide which one is best for you.

For a definite list of what each warranty level covers have a look through our Policy Handbook. When comparing the cover provided by different car warranty companies, look for the policy documentation that lists all the terms, conditions and exclusions. It might not be the most exciting read, but it will give you complete visibility of what a warranty company will and will not pay out for.

Terms and Conditions apply.

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Driveline Components
Timing Belts
Steering System
Braking System
Communication & in-car entertainment system
Parking Sensors
Sat Nav
Fuel Injectors

Essential covers the major parts that keep your car on the road, including:

  • The Essentials – engine, gearbox and driveline components
  • Efficiency – timing belts, turbocharger and other items
  • Claim limit – you can claim as many times as you need to up to the total of £5,000.

Essential Warranty is a basic level of cover, so doesn’t include some of the components protected by our higher levels of cover - Comprehensive and Standard.
These parts are excluded from Essential cover:

  • Safety – braking system and steering system
  • Additions – clutch and suspension
  • Essential + - fuel injectors, starter motor, ignition coils
  • Safety + - airbags and alarms
  • Tech – parking sensors, in-car entertainment systems, on-board computer, sat nav

Unfortunately, we can’t cover every type of vehicle and car parts such as cosmetics and upholstery. We’ve listed the all of the exclusions here, and our warranty handbook has additional information on what’s not covered.

* Prices based on a 30 year old travelling up to 3 days within the UK with no existing medical conditions.