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Old 12-02-2008, 11:54 AM   #22
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Good point and yes it is true if you get rid of your vehcile prior to the warranty expiring you do get a prorated refund back. Many of our customers use this as part of there down payment on there next vehciles purchase!

Originally Posted by CWIweldace View Post
One more thing to consider is the fact that if you buy a 100K extended waranty, and you sell the car say at 40K, you can get a refund prorated for the unused portion. I don't know if alll extended waranties work the same, but I have taken the refund a couple times. You can also cancel at any time while you still have the vehicle. Most dealers don't tell you this up front but read the fine print.

Bobby Lynn
GM Burien Chevrolet
206-243-5800 ext 151

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