MIGHTY SURE Nationwide Repair Warranty Program Launched

MIGHTY SURE Nationwide Repair Warranty Program Launched

Mighty Auto Parts launched a program that allows shops to cover their customers' repairs - parts and labor - at service locations nationwide, along with towing and rental car services if needed.

Mighty Auto Parts launched a program, MIGHTY SURE, that allows shops to cover their customers’ repairs – parts and labor – at service locations nationwide, along with towing and rental car services, if needed.

Consumers pay no out-of-pocket expenses traveling in the United States, Canada or Mexico. There are no charge backs and no claims for shops to pay. This service covers repairs regardless of the brand of parts used.

Should consumers require service 25 miles or more from the original repair facility, they simply call the Mighty warranty administrator prior to performing repairs, and the MWA will care for all administrative details.

The MIGHTY SURE program in a nutshell:
– A vast network of 30,000 Warranty Centers operating nationwide
– A comprehensive Nationwide Repair Warranty
– 12 months or 12,000 miles
– Covers a multitude of services
– Parts and labor Included
– Immediately paid via credit card to the repair facility
– Towing/rental cars available
– No out-of-pocket expense for the consumer
– No parts to replace or labor claims to pay by participating shops
– Apology letter sent to consumer
– Shops receive letter informing that customer needed a repair
– Services available in Canada and Mexico
– Point-of-sale materials to ensure peace of mind.

One low monthly fee covers it all.

For full details, call 800-829-3900 or go to www.mightyautoparts.com

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