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Keeping Fleets on the Streets
For owners of fleets of all sizes, keeping all of your trucks on the road is a top priority. You have commitments to meet. Knowing that breakdowns are a reality, getting in and out of the repair shop is very important. National Truck Protection aftermarket warranties take the stress out of knowing your fleet, either your owned trucks or contracted independent drivers, can get unscheduled breakdowns repaired and back on the road without spending thousands of out of pocket costs. We have programs specifically built for fleet owners, brokers, logistics and CBA companies to make owning and paying for an NTP warranty easy through company deductions or our internal financing programs. Trust your business with the people who have been in business longer than any other aftermarket warranty in North America.
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The Dimensions of a Warranty
*Covered components and conditions vary by program.
Protect Your Business
Don’t risk not being covered when your used truck has a major equipment failure. Look to NTP to protect your truck, your business, your livelihood.
Aftermarket extended warranties offer a variety of programs that cover repair costs for critical truck components and equipment beyond the initial term offered by original equipment manufacturers. Buying this coverage provides essential protection as trucks grow older and gives you peace of mind that when a failure occurs, you can be covered. But choosing the right warranty can be tricky so understanding the basics is very important.
Warranty protection can be simplified in three key areas:
Time of Coverage (Term)
Conditions of Coverage
For choosing the components you want covered, think of your truck’s age and miles, the history of previous repairs (if you know) and how you use it for work. You want to cover it for catastrophic failures that can cost you tens of thousands of dollars. Without that coverage, you could find yourself without a truck, and maybe without a business. Covering major equipment like engine, aftertreatment systems and critical components is a must. The term you choose really depends on how old your truck is and how long you’ll keep it. One thing you should know is, buying a longer term warranty can save you thousands of dollars because a second or third year is much less expensive than the first year. So if you can, buy a 24 or 36 month warranty.
And finally, look closely at the conditions. What are your limits of liability on major parts? What deductible amount do you pay for each repair occurrence? And finally, how are progressive damage and wearout covered? Not all warranty programs are created equal. And understanding the options can get confusing. But always remember that a warranty is protecting your investment, your business, your livelihood. Don’t take the risk of not being protected
The Cost of Repairs
*SOURCE: Actual claims paid by National Truck Protection
Plan for the Inevitable
*SOURCE: Internal Data
*SOURCE: Actual Repair Costs Paid, July 2018 - June 2020
What They Say About Us
“Want to thank your company’s claim adjuster for processing my claim under warranty. Such a quick response and taking care of business in such a short time is highly appreciated, especially in these difficult times…”
“I would like to thank you guys for just taking care of the issues with my truck. And I would like to also give a special thanks to Robert Edwards. That guy went far and beyond the call of duty for me. I had a situation and he detected some over charges and ridiculous markups…..All I can say to that is he went to bat for me just make sure I was able to leave with my truck comfortably. Thank you once again and you guys are the best!”
Ready to Renew Your Warranty?
OUR CLAIMS AND REPAIRS PROCESS:
THREE OPTIONS TO GET YOU BACK ON THE ROAD
Three easy ways to submit a claim or get help when you need us:
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Call Us: (877) 950-3200