When you have service and repairs performed at a TECH-NET PROFESSIONAL AUTO SERVICE center, you're covered by a Worry-free Driving Nationwide Warranty. The Worry-free Driving Nationwide Warranty reaches across North America when you need it most providing vehicle protection on qualifying service and repairs. TECH-NET PROFESSIONAL AUTO SERVICE centers will protect your new car warranty and are committed to providing a successful and pleasant automotive service experience.
Our Warranty program covers most parts and labor for 24 months or 24,000 miles / 40,000 kilometers, whichever comes first when traveling more than 25 miles / 40 kilometers from the original TECH-NET PROFESSIONAL AUTO SERVICE repair facility.
In the event you need assistance on a warranty related repair when traveling beyond 25 miles / 40 kilometers from the original service facility, the warranty program administrator will direct you to the nearest in-network service facility to handle the warranty related repair. Ask for complete warranty coverage information and details on your next service visit.
Contact the Worry-free Driving Warranty Administrator toll-free at (866) 588-0728 and select option 1 for warranty service when outside a 25 mile / 40 kilometer radius from the original servicing location and in need of repair service.
Contact your local TECH-NET PROFESSIONAL AUTO SERVICE center for warranty terms and service inside a 25 mile / 40 kilometer radius of the original service facility.
Car Warranty Scams Questions and Answers
Q: Is there a car warranty scam?A: Yes, there are car warranty scams that try to take advantage of unsuspecting vehicle owners. You may have received calls from scammers that start with automated or pre-recorded prompts to enter basic information and stay on the line. Once the call begins, the scammer pretends to be an auto manufacturer or insurer telling you that your auto warranty or car insurance is about to expire. Then they ask you to provide personal information, which will later be used to defraud you. Sometimes the caller will have actual information about your automobile.
Q: What do I do if I fell for a car warranty scam?A: There is no way to get your personal information or money back, but you can reach out to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) or the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and file a complaint. You can contest any charges to your bank card through your bank. Consider using a credit monitoring service.
Q: Who is behind the auto warranty scam calls?A: Regulators allege the fake auto warranty calls, which scam customers out of financial and personal information, originate from a ring run by Roy Cox Jr., Aaron Michael Jones and Sumco Panama companies.
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