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The Respected Leader in Aftermarket Commercial Truck Warranties, Since 1983

There’s no other brand or company in the warranty business that has more experience than National Truck Protection. For nearly 40 years we’ve partnered with all the major OEM’s, independent dealer groups, smaller dealerships and non-traditional used truck re-sellers and finance companies to offer warranty programs that cover major mechanical equipment failure. We call our re-sellers “partners” because their customers are our customers, from single truck owner operators to the small and medium size fleets. Simple said, we’re in business to keep them in business, protecting their truck and, their livelihood.

Our approach is a little different than others. We believe in transparency, telling our customers exactly what each warranty program covers and promising that if you have coverage on a failed part, we’ll pay for it to be repaired. When you need us, we don’t settle for anything less than the highest levels of customer service because we know when a truck isn’t on the road, that owner/driver isn’t making any money. So, we do everything we can to review claims and work with our 5,300+ repair facility partners to get trucks in and out as quickly and as safely as possible. When you buy an NTP warranty you can be assured we’ll be with you, every mile.

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Geoff Stigler, Chief Commercial Officer, shares equipment repair costs on Arrow’s Successful Driver podcast.

2022 Winter Newsletter

  • Learn about real claims we have recently paid for our NTP Warranty holders and how to avoid your own costly repair bills.

Premium 2000+ announces the support of college football players’ NIL Big Man Big Heart charity

National Truck Protection Co. Inc. has announced its sponsorship of Big Man Big Heart (BMBH), a 501c-3 non-profit organization started in 2021 by current Florida State and former Notre Dame offensive lineman Dillan Gibbons. BMBH was born out of Gibbons’ desire to leverage the new NCAA NIL program that allows college athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness (NIL). His idea was to start a program that could be a template for any college athlete to follow that promotes unity, positivity, and kindness in their community and beyond. 

Brian Krawczyk, COO of NTP, is a guest on Arrow Truck Sales’ Successful Driver podcast.

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