Neighbir said factory warranty does not transfervto a used car, only the original owner has it....?
- 11 months ago
I depends on whether the original (originem) legal deed of driving was bonded (
vinculum) to the issuing jurisdiction by solemn oath.
- zipperLv 611 months ago
That all depends on the way the warranty is written. Today many are transferable to the second owner. Read the warranty fully or conceal with an attorney to be sure!
- curtisports2Lv 711 months ago
That's up to the actual written warranty, not your neighbor.
- The DevilLv 711 months ago
Read the warranty and you will find out.
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- champerLv 711 months ago
Neighbir is wrong.
- Jerry SLv 711 months ago
many car warranties can be transferred to another owner.
- regeruggedLv 711 months ago
Not true. Read any factory warranty.
- Name WithheldLv 711 months ago
It transfers to subsequent owners until the car exceeds the original time/mileage limits. Nowadays, different components have different time/mileage limits.......some years ago I bought a used second car with 86,000 miles . . . . before long it had driveability issues that were traced to fuel injection system problems . . . since that effects emissions those parts were covered for 100,000 miles (!). Although high mileage and I was the 3d owner, the dealer replaced fuel rails, injectors and associated bits at no charge (would have cost me a fortune!) .
So it's important to read the entire original manufacturer's warranty.
- JetDocLv 711 months ago
The ORIGINAL factory warranty DOES transfer to a new owner, as long as it's still in effect.
It's the aftermarket "extended warranties" that may not transfer. READ the warranty contract!
- Anonymous11 months ago
It does by federal law if car 3 yo or less.
Some "neighbir" Also tried to tell me that hand signals were "no longer legal in CA".
Maybe some extended warranty might not. Depends.