Car Warranties

Car Warranties

Car Warranty options prolong your car’s life and increases its resale value. This gives you peace of mind, knowing that all major replacements are covered. MotorHappy offers a range of Warranty options that can protect your car against mechanical or electrical failures, after your original manufacturer’s warranty has expired. It keeps your car running like new; the only thing we can’t keep new is the smell.

If you want to make sure that your car is taken care of along its journey, you should consider taking out one of the Car Warranty options.

  • Can you afford the unexpected costs associated with replacing car parts?
  • Can you afford the cost of unexpected engine or gearbox replacement?
  • Has your manufacturer warranty expired or will it be expiring soon?

If you have answered ‘YES’ to any of these questions, you need a Car Warranty to help you get from A to B, Confidently.

These are just some of the components you will be covered for. Get an online quote now to compare what you are covered for in the different Warranty options.

Engine
Gearbox
Differential
Air conditioner
Cooling system
Suspension
Wheel bearings
Prop shaft
CV Joints
Clutch

The vehicle needs to be taken to the nearest:

  1. a) Franchised dealer (a dealership accredited by the original manufacturer); or
  2. b) an SA Warranties approved repairing dealer.

Yes, you have to fax the invoice for the service to 0860 FAX SAW (329 729) with the proposal number or policy number written or printed on the invoice so we can keep record of your services. It is your responsibility as the owner of the vehicle to service the vehicle at the correct time and kilometre intervals.

It depends on the type of repair completed on the vehicle. Keep all relevant documentation, such as the invoice for the repair. Please refer to the policy definitions section for an explanation of what is an emergency repair.

Regent covers the major mechanical components for a wide variety of vehicles and therefore some components that are unique to certain vehicle makes or models might not be covered.

In this policy booklet, please read the Components Covered section you will see a detailed list of the components covered by this policy. If a component is not listed, then it is not covered.

The Schedule of Benefits section is where you will find a summary of the components that are covered with the limit in Rand value next to the component. Each plan type has different limits.

The amount you selected (where all the vehicle details and policy holder details are completed on), shows the amount that is included in your finance agreement or the amount you paid for the policy in cash, with a credit or debit card or a cheque at the Selling Dealer when the vehicle was purchased. In some instances the policy premium is included with the finance agreement.

The policy number is also known as the proposal number. In some instances the policy number is printed on the finance agreement. If the policy was purchased telephonically, the policy number is printed on a letter and posted with a policy booklet to you. If you are unsure of the policy number or you have not received the policy booklet within 30 days, please contact SA Warranties with your personal and vehicle details.

  1. • You must service the vehicle according to the manufacturer’s service frequency and contents or the service requirements of the principal policy.
  2. • After each service, you must forward the invoice showing the vehicle’s details, your policy number and the current odometer reading to the Claims Office by post, fax or e-mail. This will ensure a fast claims process in the event of a claim. You must also keep copies of the invoices for your records in the event that they are requested by the Claims Office.

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