A Vehicle Service Contract which is commonly referred to as an Auto Warranty, is an agreement between you and the service contract administrator to
repair or replace parts that might fail on your vehicle. Typically, all new cars come with a warranty from the manufacture for the first 3 years or
36,000 miles. Whichever comes first. After the manufacture warranty expires, if any parts fail whether mechanical or electrical, you are responsible
to pay out of your pocket for the parts and labor. There are ways to avoid paying for covered auto repairs. You can extend the life of your vehicle
with an American Standard Auto Protection (ASAP) Vehicle Service Contract.
ASAP vehicle service contracts are built to cover mechanical, basic electrical and high
end electrical components on your vehicle.
American Standard Auto Protection, asapwarranty.com, does not provide its services in the following states/regions: Missouri, Nevada, Washington, Florida.