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My EasyCare®

Current and prospective EasyCare drivers can learn all the details about EasyCare vehicle service contracts and coverage, including how to renew or transfer a vehicle service contract. Check back often. We are adding new features and services.  If there’s something else you’d like to see here that isn’t available, please contact us to let us know.  It’s just another way to show you, EasyCare is There.

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Committed to You – Always

EasyCare’s team of more than 400 representatives is 100% committed to our mission of making every interaction an EasyCare ExperienceFair, Friendly, Fast, and Fun.  We appreciate feedback, pro or con, to let us know how we’re doing in meeting this mission.  Please feel free to call anytime, or submit your feedback online.

Learn How To Maintain Your Coverage

Once you have an EasyCare contract, you’ll need to do a few things to make sure your repair claims get paid.

  1. Service Your Vehicle & Keep Records It is important to service your vehicle according to vehicle manufacturer guidelines. You may be asked for proof of the required service through verifiable receipts that display date and mileage of the vehicle at the time of service when the maintenance involved relates to the failure, or to verify odometer operation.  Service within 1,000 miles or 30 days of the recommended interval will comply with EasyCare’s Rules for Coverage.
  2. Don’t Ignore Warning Signs While it may be tempting to drive with the oil warning light flashing, don’t. As part of the EasyCare contract, you must protect the vehicle from further damage (whether or not the mechanical breakdown or failure is covered by the contract.). Driving your car or truck or operating it any way that results in further damage, related to the original mechanical breakdown or failure, will disqualify your repairs from being covered. So, make sure the oil warning light/gauge and the temperature warning light/gauge are functioning before driving your car. And, if your engine light indicates a problem, safely pull your car off the road and shut off the engine.
  3. Authorize Needed Diagnostics  In some cases, a repair facility may need to perform diagnostics, including partial disassembly or teardown, to accurately diagnose the problem and submit the claim to EasyCare.   In this event, prompt authorization of this work will help get you back on the road as quickly as possible.

File a Claim

Filing a claim with EasyCare is fast, easy and hassle-free

Simply take your vehicle to any licensed repair facility and let them know that you are an EasyCare driver.  Present them with your membership card, or have them call the EasyCare Claims department at 800-538-4181 with your VIN number to begin a claim. 

Provided that your repair is covered under your contract, we will provide an authorization number to the facility and they can begin work.  When the repair is completed, your repair facility faxes the repair order to EasyCare, and we pay them directly!

It’s that simple!

For more information on all types of claims, visit How to File a Claim.

Car Care Resources

EasyCare has lots of articles about how to protect your car. Learn about the best motor oil to choose, when to replace your tires and wipers, as well as Do-It-Yourself Detailing. Or read some of our other articles, designed to help you get the most out of your car.  Visit Car Care and Maintenance. If there’s something we haven’t covered that you would like to see, please let us know!

PLEASE NOTE: Our customers commonly refer to EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts as extended auto warranties, car repair insurance, or even breakdown insurance, but they are technically neither warranties nor insurance. They are Vehicle Service Contracts under which EasyCare pays for your covered repairs.