Feb 062017
 

Warranty Direct’s extended motor warranties are designed to help take the stress and hassle out of car ownership. Our customers shouldn’t have to claim over the course of their policy, however things can happen and our customers may find themselves having to use their warranty when an unexpected fault or breakdown occurs.

When it comes to getting a repair sorted, Warranty Direct allows its policy holders to take their vehicle to the garage of their choice for repairs. We allow customers to use either an independent or main dealer as long as they are VAT registered. To bolster choice for our customers, we also offer a Preferred Repairer Network to our customers as well.

Our Preferred Repairers Network consists of specially selected garages to undertake repair work for our policy holders. These garages can either be a main dealer or independent. For inclusion, all nominated garages must meet and agree to a 43 point service level agreement before they can join our Preferred Repairer Network.

It’s not a mandatory requirement for our customers but we believe that the Preferred Repairer Network has some great benefits such as:

Warranty Direct settle insured claims with the repairer directly

Having to pay for the unexpected cost of repairing your car can be stressful. Even with a warranty, there may be some cases where, even though a claim is valid, you may have to pay for the repair up front and then reclaim it from your warranty provider. It could get even more infuriating when trying to get the money back from your provider promptly too.

With Warranty Direct’s Preferred Repairer Network, we can settle the repair bill directly with the garage and cover the approved parts and labour costs for a valid claim. Customers will only have to pay any policy excess they have and any agreed parts contributions directly to the garage. This goes some way to save the hassle of customers having to pay out during a claim.

Preferred Repairers know how Warranty Direct works

The garages on our Preferred Repairers Network know how Warranty Direct’s claims process operates. This makes it quicker and smoother for Warranty Direct and the preferred garage to communicate with one another. With fully trained and qualified engineers as part of our claims team, this ease of communication allows repairs to be authorised and get your car fixed promptly.

Garage Validation

As previously mentioned, any garage whether they are a main dealer or independent must meet our criteria to be part of the Network. There are 3362 preferred garages on our network. 1070 of these are independent garages, the remaining 2292 are main dealer. 60% of our preferred main dealers also charge under the £60 per hour labour rate.

If a customer’s choice of garage isn’t part of our Preferred Repairer Network, they can recommend them to Warranty Direct. We’re always looking to add more preferred repairers and if they fit the criteria then they might be a welcome addition to our growing network.

Ultimately what’s most important is that our consumers are able to trust the garage they chose to repair their car carries out work to a good standard. The Preferred Repairer Network, with its rigorous criteria, helps to ensure this.

If you’d like to know more about Warranty Direct’s Preferred Repairers, then get in touch today on 0800 731 7001.

Warranty Direct provides extended motor warranty cover and can supply GAP Cover Insurance for brand new or used cars as well. For more information, visit us at www.warrantydirect.co.uk.

  2 Responses to “Warranty Direct’s Preferred Repairers”

  1. Why do you not publish listings of preferred repairers so that we can check who is listed within our area rather then only having access to such listing once requiring repair

    • Hi Clive, thanks for your comment. Our sales team will be able to advise where your closest preferred repairers are. If you give them a call on 0800 731 7001, they will be happy to help with your query.

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