Are you thinking about selling your vehicle? If you are one of the many motorists in the United States who have purchased a vehicle service contract from CARS Protection Plus for your vehicle, you might be wondering whether or not the vehicle will remain covered after you have sold it. Like most automotive warranties issued by a car maker, CARS Protection Plus vehicle service contracts are often transferrable in a private sale as well.
Of course, there is a process that must be completed before the actual sale takes place to ensure the transfer is valid. Luckily, the dedicated team at CARS Protection Plus makes the process very easy and straightforward. The first thing you will need to do is confirm eligibility as not every vehicle service contract is eligible for transfer. Most will be though. In order to verify, you can call 888-335-6838 and ask to speak with a member of the CARS Protection Plus transfer team.
Once a representative of the transfer team is able to confirm that the coverage can be transferred, they will send you the required documents to complete the transfer. This will include the new service contract that will need to be completed and signed by the purchaser. Also, one of the following should be submitted as well:
- A copy of the front & back of the original title with original owner and new owner signatures;
- A copy of new owner’s temporary or permanent registration; or
- A copy of the bill of sale agreement
In addition to the completed packet and documentation, a transfer fee of $99 must be paid to CARS Protection Plus prior to, or at the time of the sale. After the CARS Protection Plus transfer team receives and approves the completed packet, it will send an identification card to the new owner of the vehicle. That’s all it takes to transfer a CARS vehicle service contract.
For over 20 years, CARS Protection Plus has worked hard to provide honest and transparent products to motorists across the United States. If you are thinking about selling your car and own a vehicle service contract, you can rest assured that your contract should be transferrable when you find a buyer.