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Transfer of Warranty

This warranty is transferable should the vehicle be sold privately, subject to the approval of Warranties 2000.

The transfer request must be made in writing and sent with the warranty documents together with the transfer fee of £35. The fee is returnable in the event of non-acceptance.

Please ensure you supply full details of your vehicle including the mileage at time of sale together with the full name and address of the individual you have sold the vehicle to. If required please contact ourselves on:

(0113) 271 1180 for a transfer of ownership form or via e-mail from
[email protected]

Claims (Please Note)

It is not possible for the Claims Department at our appointed administrators to authorise any repairs without issuing a specific authorisation number. No liability can be accepted for any repair undertaken or commenced without this authorisation.

Conditions

1

The warranty applies to the motor vehicle described on the Validation Certificate provided it is a vehicle in current use. The warranty applicable to commercial vehicles is subject to the mileage of the vehicle not exceeding 12,000 miles in any 12 month period. The mileage for other than a 12 month warranty shall be calculated on a pro-rata basis.

2

No repairs are to be commenced without the prior authorisation of Warranties 2000.

3

Dismantling charges will only be reimbursed as part of a valid claim. The vehicle owner must authorise any dismantling and to pay such charges should it be established that the failure is not covered by the warranty.

4

The Company reserves the right to examine the vehicle and/or damaged parts prior to any rectification work being undertaken. No claim will be considered where it is established by an Independent Engineer that the faults were caused by a lack of servicing and/or maintenance. Should the Independent Engineer be unable to carry out their assessment for any reason, other than their own, then the responsibility of arranging a further inspection, and payment for same, will be the responsibility of the vehicle owner.

5

No refund (for whatever reason) of monies paid will be made in respect of this warranty.

6

No liability shall exist or be deemed to exist whatsoever in the event of non-payment of this warranty.

7

he warranty holder is responsible for the first £30 of any claim of a claim being admitted by the Company unless stipulated elsewhere. If any claim is fraudulent in any respect, all benefits under this warranty will be forfeited.

8

In the event of a claim being admitted, the Company reserves the right to request a contribution from the warranty holder towards the cost of any parts and or labour in the event of the vehicle being in a better condition than it enjoyed immediately prior to the failure. The Company reserves the right to specify the use of reconditioned.

9

The maximum liability for repairs shall not exceed the maximum claim liability as stipulated on the Validation Certificate. This shall also include any Additional Benefits.

10

The Conditions and Exclusions of this warranty cannot be altered or amended by any party except by written authority of the Company. The benefits of this warranty may not be assigned without the written consent of the Company.

Exclusions

This warranty doesn’t cover.

1

Mechanical breakdown where the fault(s) could be reasonably stated to have existed before the commencement of this warranty, or the breakdown or failure of any components not covered by the warranty.

2

Cylinder head cracks/porosity are specifically excluded under the terms of this warranty and so is the gradual reduction in operating performance of any of the components listed as being covered components.

3

Any loss unless the vehicle has been serviced in accordance with the requirements of this warranty as detailed on the validation certificate or where the odometer has been tampered with, altered or disconnected.

4

Repairs, replacements or alterations not authorised by the Company, experimental equipment, routine servicing or maintenance, or vehicles in any way modified from the manufacturer’s specifications, or any faults that can be attributed to the quality of fuel being used.

5

Any parts which have not actually failed, or parts replaced or reported during routine servicing and / or maintenance. Nor any parts which can be considered as having inherent design faults, subject to manufacturer’s recall, or claimable under any existing insurance, warranty or guarantee.

6

Vehicles used for hire or reward, commercial vehicles with a carrying capacity of 35cwt or more, vehicles used in any sort of competition, rallying, racing, or any vehicles owned by a garage or its associated companies engaged in the motor trade.

7

Any damage occurred in whole or in part due to any type of accident which is wilful, unlawful or negligent.

8

Any consequential loss of whatsoever nature, arising directly, or indirectly from the claim, or event giving rise to a claim under this warranty. Any liability for death or bodily injury or damage to any property of any description.

9

Claims not notified to the Company during the warranty duration, or any claims not notified by Recorded Delivery within seven days of any occurrence giving rise to a claim.

10

Deterioration of lubricants resulting in consequential damage.

How to make a Claim

Should it be necessary to make a claim, please ensure the following procedure is adhered to.

1

Refer to the “What is Covered” insert towards the rear of your booklet and ensure that the part(s) directly causing the breakdown are covered.

2

Deliver your vehicle to a reputable repairer, please ensure you take with you your warranty booklet and receipt(s) for any services carried out.

3

Before any work is undertaken, the repairing garage must contact us on (0113) 271 1180 for authorisation.

The garage will require the following

  • The warranty booklet.
  • Payment Authorisation form completed and signed by the warranty holder.
  • Exact mileage and date of failure.
  • Cause of breakdown.
  • Estimated cost of repair for both part(s) and labour.

4

Where possible authority will be given by means of a specific authorisation number for the sum authorised. Any amount in excess of this amount is the responsibility of the warranty holder.

5

After the repairs have been completed, an itemised invoice, the warranty booklet with the Payment Authorisation form completed and signed by the warranty holder, together with any appropriate service receipts should be forwarded to:

Warranties 2000, The Antler Complex, Bruntcliffe Way Morley LS27 0JG.

6

Vehicles used for hire or reward, commercial vehicles with a carrying capacity of 35cwt or more, vehicles used in any sort of competition, rallying, racing, or any vehicles owned by a garage or its associated companies engaged in the motor trade.

7

Any damage occurred in whole or in part due to any type of accident which is wilful, unlawful or negligent.

PLEASE NOTE: It is not possible for ourselves to authorise any repairs without issuing a specific authorisation number.
No liability can be accepted for any repair undertaken or commenced without this authorisation.