USED VEHICLE ELIGIBILITY
Aftercare provides coverage for many Used Vehicles. A Used Vehicle is: a Motorcycle, Scooter, ATV, UTV, Personal Watercraft, Snowmobile, Lawn and Garden Equipment or Power Equipment product sold by the Dealer which does not have a Manufacturer’s or Distributor’s Warranty in effect on the sale date of the Vehicle and the Mechanical Repair Agreement, but is still supported by a manufacturer. Only Used Vehicles that had a Manufacturer’s or Distributor’s Warranty of at least 6 months for parts and labor, when new, are eligible for Used Vehicle coverage.
Used Vehicles are only available for coverage on the day the Vehicle is purchased and the Used Vehicle must be sold by the Dealer, from the Dealer’s inventory.
Motorcycles and Scooters: only used Motorcycles and Scooters built within the current and ten previous calendar years and sold with under 50,000 miles are eligible for Used Vehicle coverage.
ATVs, UTVs, Snowmobiles, Personal Watercraft, Lawn and Garden Equipment and Power Equipment Products: only used ATVs, UTVs,Snowmobiles, Personal Watercraft, Lawn and Garden Equipment and Power Equipment products built within the current and four previous calendar years are eligible for Used Vehicle coverage. Vehicles manufactured more than four years before today’s Date are not eligible for Used coverage.
- Used Vehicles are eligible for Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreements only at the time of Vehicle Sale. The Used Vehicle and the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement must be sold by the Dealer at the same time.
- The Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement is not available for sale on Used Vehicles sold by someone other than the participating Dealer. The Used Vehicle must be in the Dealer’s inventory at the time the Used Vehicle and the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement are sold to the Customer.
- The Vehicle must be in proper running order at the time of sale of the Used Vehicle.
- The vehicle odometer must show less than 50,000 miles at the time of sale and must not have been adjusted, altered or replaced.
Some examples of Used Vehicles that are NOT ELIGIBLE for coverage include, but are not limited to:
Vehicles designed or modified for competition.
Vehicles that didn’t come with at least a 6 month parts and labor warranty from the manufacturer originally or Vehicles that didn’t come with a manufacturer’s or distributor’s warranty because they were acquired under special circumstances by the dealership.
Vehicles whose Manufacturer is no longer providing support for their manufactured products. Some examples are: Indian Motorcycles (pre-Polaris manufactured), Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycles, Polaris Personal Watercraft, Honda watercraft, Buell, TNG Scooters, Big Dog Motorcycles and all Cannondale products. This stipulation applies to any product that fits this description at the time of Vehicle Sale.
NOTICE: Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreements DO NOT provide coverage for the following types of Used Vehicles:
- Vehicles used in competition or racing.
- Vehicles used outside the United States or Canada.
- Vehicles modified with equipment not recommended by the manufacturer or which void the manufacturer’s warranty (regardless of when installed).
- Vehicles not manufactured for distribution in the United States.
- Vehicles used for police or emergency services.
- Vehicles leased for less than one year.
- Vehicles which are in the possession of the Customer before the Mechanical Repair Agreement is purchased from the Dealer.
- Vehicles used in commerce or for profit (unless reported as Commercial use when vehicle is sold). Some examples are Vehicles:
registered or titled to a business.
used for livery or hire (rental).
used for service or delivery.
used for any purpose deemed commercial by the Administrator.
used as farm equipment when commercial fee has not been paid.
Vehicles with a retail cost over $35,000.00
Older Vehicles frequently experience breakdowns due to causes other than defects in manufacturer’s workmanship or materials. In order to ensure complete customer satisfaction, please make sure that purchasers of these Vehicles understand that the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement does not cover those failures which may be due to the effects of the aging of the vehicle.
At the time of an approved Mechanical Repair claim, the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement will pay up to the “actual cash value” of the Vehicle as determined by standard manuals for establishing Vehicle value. With older Vehicles, the actual cash value of the Vehicle may be so low that the benefits of the Mechanical Repair Agreement are not a good value for the Customer.
Note: Covered Failures on Used Vehicles occurring during the first forty-five days of the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement term will be paid at 75% of retail for parts and labor (This applies even if the Used Vehicle must be repaired at another Repair Facility). It is the selling Dealer’s responsibility to cover the balance of the repair costs and not pass them on to the Customer. As a part of your agreement to sell Aftercare, you agree to pay for these repair costs. Pre-existing conditions are not covered by the Aftercare Mechanical Repair Agreement.