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Step 1
Step 1: Once enrolling with DriveSmart Warranty, you will receive our Welcome Packet in the mail. The Welcome Packet consists of all our contact information as well as your policy information, and most importantly your DriveSmart ID card.
Step 2
Step 2: After your 30-day reviewal period – you may file a claim when a breakdown occurs. Bring your ID Card & vehicle to any licensed repair facility, pay your deductible and we will take care of the rest.
Step 3
Step 3: DriveSmart's claim department will contact your mechanic to complete the repair process. We will ensure that your vehicle will be back on the road as soon as possible.
Step 4
Step 4: When the mechanics are done repairing your vehicle, simply go retrieve it and enjoy the ride!
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Disclosure: DriveSmart offers Protection Plans or Vehicle Service Contracts (VSC) may be referred as “extended car warranty”, or “auto warranty”. A VSC is not a warranty but provides repair coverage for your vehicle after your manufacturer’s vehicle warranty has expired. The VSC contract is with you and the vehicles owner and the VSC provider or administrator that will state what is covered in each plan.