return to your Hendrick selling dealership or an affiliate for covered
You are always covered: Even when you're traveling and a repair cannot be made by your Hendrick selling dealership or their affiliate, you will be directed to an authorized repair facility for your covered repairs.
|Deductible: A $50 per repair
deductible will apply.|
Maintenance Requirements: Your vehicle must receive all scheduled maintenance services recommended by the Manufacturer's Owners Manual and you must retain copies of all completed repair orders showing the maintenance services performed during the coverage period.
will arrange for delivery of an emergency supply of gasoline (up to two
gallons). You will be responsible for actual cost of gasoline when they
Flat Tire Change: Service is provided to remove the flat tire and replace it with your spare tire.
Battery Jump Start: A jump start is applied in attempt to start the covered vehicle.
Towing: When required as a result of mechanical failure, the covered vehicle will be towed back to the selling dealership if within 50 miles, otherwise to a licensed repair facility in the U.S. or Canada.
If your vehicle breaks down, due to a covered mechanical failure, while traveling over 100 miles from home, you will be reimbursed up to $75 per day for a maximum of $375 per occurrence. Covered expenses include hotels, transportation and food.
If your vehicle breaks down, due to a covered mechanical failure, you will receive vehicle rental coverage up to $30 per day, with a maximum of 5-Days, not to exceed $175 per occurrence.
Hendrick Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles must meet strict requirements in regards to their condition. Each Hendrick Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle is put through a comprehensive 168-point vehicle inspection. A trained dealer service technician checks virtually every part of the vehicle - inside and out.
|CARFAX® Vehicle History Report
Every Hendrick Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle comes with a free CARFAX® Vehicle History Report. Since its inception in 1986, CARFAX® has built a database of more than 7-billion records that document whether a vehicle is a lemon buyback, has been salvaged, damaged by flood, used as a taxi or rental car, had its odometer rolled back, as well as other pertinent facts that may affect the vehicle's safety and value.