Why Choose a Global Protection Plan?

You deserve the ULTIMATE in warranty protection!

Why settle for less?

  • Read the warranty contract carefully. Be sure to compare the parts that are covered by your warranty, and review any significant exclusion clauses. Global Warranty lists more parts than our competitors, and covers more. We are the ULTIMATE in driving protection.
  • Read small print and exclusions. Many other companies hide behind small print and exclusions. Some make you submit documents online or by mail and cancel your warranty when you don’t. You can depend on Global to do what is right and to be there for you!
  • Research average repair frequency. Check out consumer advocate magazines and websites to see how often your prospective vehicle needs to be repaired on average. Global has the warranty protection plan that is right for you and your vehicle
  • Compare other auto warranties. They all claim to be great, but there is only one company that is there to protect you from expensive mechanical breakdowns. Global Warranty is the ULTIMATE in driving protection!
  • Confirm what is covered. Make sure to ask other warranty companies if they cover Wear and Tear. Global was the first in the industry to do so, and continues to do so to this day!
  • Have your vehicle regularly maintained. Avoid many expensive repairs by having your vehicle regularly maintained. Change the fluids regularly and keep your tires properly inflated.

Just like an insurance policy, having an extended vehicle warranty gives drivers peace of mind and comfort. Global Warranty is there for you!


Maintenance Tips & Maintenance Schedule

Maintenance may seem somewhat expensive, but vehicle breakdowns and repairs can be even more costly. A well-maintained vehicle is more dependable and will last longer.


A regular maintenance schedule should include:

Once a Month

  • Check and maintain the proper air pressure in tires and inspect for normal wear
  • Check brake fluid and power steering fluid levels
  • Check all running lamps, break lights, back-up lights and turn signals

Every 3 Months (or 6,000kms)

  • Change the engine oil and filter
  • Check and maintain all fluid levels as necessary
  • Lubricate suspension and steering linkage
  • Inspect and replace all filters as required
  • Inspect CV boots for damage or wear
  • Inspect oil belts and hoses

When Stopping for Fuel

  • Check engine oil and fluid levels
  • Check coolant levels and coolant reservoir
  • Visually check for under-inflated tires
  • Check the windshield washer fluid levels
  • Check for any fluids leaking from under the vehicle