Track Racing May Void New Car Warranties | SEGMENT 11 | #280
March 22, 2017•7 min
Are you ready to hit the race track with your brand new, high-perforance ride? Be sure to check your warranty ahead of time! Autoblog Editor-in-Chief, Michael Austin, shares recent research conducted on car warranties. The results were surprising - It turns out many manufactures state that you are not covered if you abuse your car on the track; therefore, any damage that happens as a result of racing will be an out-of-pocket expense for you. Michael highly recommends consumers keep cars in stock condition until the warranty is up to avoid unforeseen headaches. We dive into the research to make sure you get the most out of your warranty. | Listen to Full Episode #280
Segment 11 Takeaway:
Want to take your late model car to the race track? You may want to think twice - It could void your warranty.
Learn more about guests and topics featured in this segment...
Guest: Michael Austin
? Bio: Michael Austin
? Facebook: /michaedlaustin
? Guest Company: AutoBlog
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? Twitter: @therealautoblog
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? Article: Is your new-car warranty good at the race track?
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