*Coverage options vary depending on the vehicle and location. We will always qualify you for the best level of coverage available. Rates may vary per state, year, make, model, and mileage. Contact us today for a quote, if your factory warranty has expired or is getting ready to expire.
As an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, American Auto Shield adheres to a strict code of ethics and sets high standards of excellence that we strive to meet or exceed each day. In keeping with these standards, American Auto Shield maintains the BBB’s esteemed A+ Rating and a 99.9% consumer satisfaction rate.
About American Auto Shield
Strategic Insight & Marketing Solutions
Since 2002, American Auto Shield has been committed to delivering financially secure automotive aftermarket products and progressive marketing strategies that provide our partners an edge in the marketplace. Our team's combined industry expertise, complimented by our partnerships, allows American Auto Shield to develop and deliver products and services that drive business and build consumer confidence.
AM Best Excellent Rated insurer
A+ Rated BBB Accredited Member
Fully insured and financially secure
In-depth industry expertise
Flexible product innovation
Advanced technologies for effortless claims administration
Proven strategies for dealers, agents, direct marketers, membership organizations and lenders
Reliability & Integrity
Headquartered in Arvada, Colorado, we're a privately held corporation. To continue our commitment to excellence, American Auto Shield does not outsource claims administration - translating into customer confidence and repeat business. We practice open communication with our business partners and customers and are recognized by the following reliable resources:
Better Business Bureau - BBB accreditation standards include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. As an accredited member, American Auto Shield adheres to a strict code of ethics. We set high standards of excellence and strive to meet or exceed them each day. In keeping with these standards, American Auto Shield has achieved the BBB's A+ Rating.
Vehicle Protection Association - The VPA is an organization committed to advocating regulatory compliance among member companies, educating consumers on their rights, protecting consumers, and otherwise ensuring the integrity of the vehicle service contract industry.
Dun & Bradstreet - The D&B is a trusted third party source that thousands use every day to determine the credibility and legitimacy of a company.
This is the highest level of coverage available, just like when the vehicle is under its original manufacturer's coverage. This is called Exclusionary because rather than state the thousands of components which are covered, it simply states the handful of excluded components which are not covered. The only excluded items are generally wear-and-tear components and routine maintenance.
This is the best option for vehicles that are still newer, but no longer qualify for Exclusionary coverage. These policies cover most of the same components as Exclusionary policies, but not as many "bells & whistles," so to speak. For example, Comprehensive still covers important components such as brakes and suspension, but may not include things such as a navigation or stereo system which an Exclusionary plan may cover.
Enhanced Powertrain Coverage
This coverage is generally for vehicles which are starting to become higher in age or mileage. This covers all the major mechanical items, as well as the A/C and electrical components.
Basic Powertrain Plus Coverage
This covers all the major mechanical items, as well as a few of the major A/C and electrical components.
Basic Powertrain Coverage
This is the most basic level of coverage, covering only major items, such as the engine and transmission. Basic Powertrain does not cover any electronic items.
Consider the Statistics:
The average consumer drives their vehicle about 20,000 miles per year.
A vehicle is the second largest investment in most households.
A major engine or transmission repair can cost between $2500 and $4000.
You are more likely to use your Vehicle Service Contract than other forms of protection.
You depend on your vehicle! Now you can depend on American Auto Shield to protect your vehicle investment and to get you the best possible prices for parts and repairs.
More than 1/3 of all vehicles experience one or more failures in a given year. In fact, the average vehicle service contract holder will make 4-5 claims over the life of their contract. Hourly labor rates currently average over $80 nationwide. With the complexity of today’s vehicles combined with today’s labor rates, one repair can often cost more than the Vehicle Service Contract itself. Additionally, the risk of component failure and associated repair costs increases with your vehicle’s age and mileage. Often owners put off needed repairs until they can afford the cost of the repair – often resulting in additional damage to the vehicle, additional repair costs, and unsafe driving conditions.
Disclaimer: National Repair Solutions offers Extended Motor Vehicle Service Contracts, or Vehicle Service Contracts. *A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty”, but is not a warranty. The VSC industry is moving away from this terminology to avoid confusion. A VSC provides repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not. National Repair Solutions is not an administrator of VSCs and does not sell warranties.*