What would you do without your car?
How would you pay for mechanical repairs during tough economic times?
These are hard questions, but very important ones. One thing that people rarely seem to plan for is what to do if a vehicle breaks down.
We always suggest protecting yourself against costly repairs. Stop in and let us share with you how we can add the warranty to any vehicle that you currently have or are looking to buy.
Our warranty protections include:
- Multiple coverage options
- Zero deductible
- Nationwide coverage
- 24/7/365 emergency roadside assistance
- 30-day moneyback guarantee
- Transferable coverage
- Trip interruption coverage
- Direct-claim payments via VISA/MasterCard
In most circumstances, your vehicle is worth a lot less the second you drive it off the lot. Protect the investment made in your vehicle with GAP Advantage.
Okay, so here’s the scenario: You’ve had your car for a year and still owe around $15,000 on it. You get in an accident (not your fault, of course), and your car is totaled. Your insurance company determines your car was worth $12,500, and that’s how much they’re planning to pay you — minus your deductible. But you still owe $15,000 — what are you supposed to do? Make up the difference? And then you still have to buy another vehicle. Needless to say, you’re in a bind.
This is where GAP Advantage could get you out of that bind and into a new car. Because GAP Advantage, with GAP standing for Guaranteed Asset Protection, would not only cover the “gap” amount of $2,500, (1) but it also would give you $1,000 toward the purchase of a new vehicle. (2)
Just to be clear: GAP Advantage isn’t designed to replace your auto insurance; it’s designed to supplement it. To fill in the “gaps” and make you financially whole. Which is what we all want to be, right?
Stop by any Alabama ONE branch to learn more about GAP Advantage.
1 Less delinquent payments, late charges, refundable service warranty contracts and other insurance-related charges. 2 If the replacement vehicle is financed or leased with the financial institution that the totaled/stolen vehicle was financed or leased through.