Why is their fluid leaking from your car?

When you notice a wet patch under your car, it can be a sign of something serious or simple condensation. Your vehicle relies on a number of fluids to keep it running smoothly and, when you see a puddle, there could be a number of reasons. In some cases, your car might not be safe to drive which is why it’s so important that you understand how to tell the difference between these substances.

 

Black or light brown patches

This stain will have a medium consistency and it is usually the engine oil. There are several gaskets, plenty of heat, and your engine has one of the largest capacities for fluid in the entire vehicle. It might not be a major cause for concern but the source of the leak should be determined so that any worn or broken parts can be replaced. Remember, dripping oil on a hot engine is never a good idea!

 

Black, reddish, or light brown patches

These stains can have a thicker or thinner consistency. They often resemble patches made by dripping motor oil but they are somewhat thicker and located closer to the center of the vehicle. Vehicles with automatic transmissions have a fairly thin, reddish fluid which is the transmission fluid. Some other standard transmissions today also use this kind of fluid. This kind of leak can indicate a leak in a number of places or there could be a deteriorating seal somewhere along the line. Urgent inspection is important.

 

Light brown or reddish

This fluid has a thin consistency. It is your power steering fluid and it sometimes looks similar to your transmission fluid. If this fluid is dripping from the front of the car, then it’s the power steering. This is another important issue that needs to be resolved promptly or it could result in power steering failure.

 

Slightly brown or clear

This fluid is critical and used in the brake hydraulic system. It has a medium consistency and it will look like mineral oil and may have a slightly brown appearance. This is due to the build up of contaminants like rust and dust. Again, this is an important fluid and you should have this matter resolved immediately.

 

Differential fluid

This fluid is thick in consistency and it will drip from the rear of the car. Cars with front wheel drive, however, will experience leaks in the front. Finding the source of this leak may take some extra effort.

 

Green pink or yellow

This fluid is thin and slimy. It is your coolant and it is one of the easiest of all to identify. If you lose this fluid, it can result in overheating which is why it’s important to check your vehicle regularly. Older cars have hoses that allow the coolant to purge out onto the driveway or road. Newer cars, however, have special reservoirs designed to catch the coolant. So, if you have an old car, you might want to check if it has such a hose. If not, make sure that you check all the hoses, water pump, and never drive when your coolant is low.

 

Clear liquid

If you notice clear thin fluid under the front passenger side of the car, it might be due to condensation from your air conditioner. Just like home and office air conditioners release condensation, so too does your car.

Some fluid loss problems are fairly easy and inexpensive to fix. Others, on the other hand, can cost a small fortune. This is why it is so important that you have the right coverage. Call A-Protect Warranty today at 1-866-660-6444 to find out which package is best for you.

 

Important tips to remember when your car overheats

If your car runs out of coolant or water, it can have a devastating effect on your engine. Remember, your engine runs at a high temperature, and it needs some form of cooling to prevent overheating. Without water or coolant, the cooling system in your car will no longer be effective, and the engine temperature will rise, and this will cause serious and often expensive damage. Some cars have safety features built in that prevent the car from overheating. If your vehicle does not have this kind of feature, it should at least have a heat gauge that will tell you how hot your engine is. Keeping an eye on this heat gauge is important and, as soon as you notice that it is going up and not coming down, you might want to pull over.

First things first, you should never check the water level of your vehicle when the engine is hot. If there is water in the system, it will be very hot and can even result in burns. Allow the engine to cool down before you investigate. If your temperature gauge has gone into the red, you should call roadside assistance and possibly have your vehicle towed rather than waiting.

If your car has cooled down and you are able to check the radiator, feel free to do so. It’s always a good idea to keep a bottle of water in your car so, if you have some water, you can top it up, and hopefully, this will solve the problem. Make sure that you check for leaks too. If your car is leaking water, a simple top-up will not get you very far. Similarly, if you see any smoke, you should avoid turning that ignition key and call an expert instead.

Should you be able to top up the water and everything seems normal, it’s still a good idea to have your vehicle checked by a professional. They will be able to check all of the parts in the cooling system and determine if wear and tear or damage are present. If any part needs to be replaced, it is important to do so before driving your car any further.

Another good tip to remember is to check the fluid levels of your vehicle regularly. Just as you should monitor the oil levels on your car, so too should you check the water. By getting into the habit of checking your water and oil before each trip (even short drives), you can avoid serious engine damage and inconvenience. Remember, check the water before you start your car and always check your driveway whenever you pull out. Any leaking fluids will leave their mark in your driveway and are a good indicator should something be wrong.

Finally, don’t forget to only use authorized and trained mechanics to work on your vehicle. If your car is under any kind of warranty, it is important that you follow the claim procedure regarding towing and repairs or your warranty could become void. At A-Protect Warranty, our goal is to ensure that you have the very best coverage at the most affordable rates. Contact our team today at 1-866-660-6444 for professional warranty advice that caters to your needs.

How do you know when to replace your tires?

We lead fairly busy lives these days and, as a result, some basic vehicle inspections can easily be forgotten. It is always a good idea to conduct a pretrip inspection whenever driving your car and an even more in-depth inspection before long trips. By doing so, you can prevent more serious problems or driving risks by detecting problems early. Of all the things that should be checked regularly, your tires are one of the most important. Being aware of any possible problems will allow you enough time to have the matter resolved and avoid possible accidents.

What many drivers wonder is when they should replace their tires. In many cases, your tires simply need to be rotated in order to allow for more even wear. Just like our shoes tend to wear unevenly, so too do the tires on your car. Uneven wear can be corrected by regular tire rotation and this also allows you to get that much more use out of each set. Of course, there will come a time when your tires will need replacement.

First things first, it’s important to understand that we do need to change our tires to accommodate summer and winter driving conditions. The tires you use in summer will not offer the same traction that you need in winter. Winter tires, on the other hand, can wear faster during hotter summer conditions which is obviously not ideal. Winter and summer tires are not only different in terms of design but also composition which is why it is so vital that they are used as the manufacturer recommends and appropriately stored when not in use.

No matter the type of tire, wear will occur every time that you drive. You cannot avoid the friction between road and rubber. Not only does the treat of your tires wear down but the tire walls also need to withstand the elements and anything your vehicle may encounter along the road. The tire wall is not as thick as the tread but it is reinforced and durable which ensures that your tire maintains its form and thereby offers sufficient grip, comfort, and safety. The tire valves are another part that can also affect the functionality of the tire. If the valve is damaged or broken, this can allow air to be released and a drop in tire pressure is never good.

If you are wondering when to replace your tires, here are a few things to look for:

–  Damage to any part of the tire

–  Check the tread wear bars on the tire (if they have them) to ascertain whether or not your tires still have enough tread. Alternatively, you can use a tire tread depth guage on a regular basis to check.

–  Make a note of when your tires were replaced and note the mileage on your vehicle. This is another good way of keeping track of how many more miles you’ve got left.

–  Check the tire wall for bubbles, bumps, and cracks. If the tire wall is worn or damaged, it can result in a blow out which can put you, your passengers, and other road users in danger.

–  Even if you don’t drive often or you only make short trips, you should at least have your tires replaced every 5 or 6 years. Rubber becomes brittle and this can result in great driving risks.

–If you notice significant or regular loss in tire pressure, check for damage, and consider replacing your tires.

Remember that it’s always good to have a reputable professional perform any tire changes and rotations. Make sure that you also have your wheels aligned to prevent excessive uneven tire wear and to improve road safety. If your tires are significantly worn and you are involved in any kind of accident, you might be held accountable. If you are pulled over by a police officer and your tires are not in suitable condition, you could be liable for a fine. Make sure that you always understand the local laws as well as any wear and tear clauses that apply to your insurance and vehicle warranty policies. To make sure that yourcar is fully covered, contact A-Protect Warranty at 1-866-660-6444 for the best vehicle warranty plans to ensure maximum coverage designed to suit your individual needs.

 

What to do when your power steering fails

Power steering has become an essential feature in so many vehicles that it’s tough to imagine driving without it. There’s often nothing more frightening than finding out that your power steering is no longer working. Such a technical problem can occur while your vehicle is parked or in motion. In both cases, there are a few steps you can take as a driver in order to ensure that you, your passengers, and fellow road users are safe.

There’s no mistaking a power steering problem. You will feel just how heavy the steering wheel gets when the hydraulic system fails. Trying to turn the wheel will certainly make you break a sweat! One of the most common causes is the lack of fluid. If this is the case, you will need to top it up with fresh fluid. If you have recently topped it up or checked and the fluid was full, you might have a leak somewhere. The best way of preventing this kind of wear is by performing regular maintenance and making sure that you have your vehicle inspected regularly. As soon as any parts show signs of severe wear, your mechanic will let you know and advise on the necessary steps to ensure that your power steering does not let you down. If you notice a puddle of power steering fluid under your car, this is a clear sign of a leak, and you should rather avoid driving your car until you have it checked by a professional. The pump can also prove problematic and, if this is the case, you will definitely need a technician to diagnose and repair the fault. You will usually hear a loud noise when turning the steering wheel.

If, for whatever reason, you miss these signs and your power steering fails while you are driving, what can you do? The first thing to remember is to stay calm. Turn on your blinkers so that others know that you are experiencing a problem. Honk your horn to get the attention of other drivers so that they can avoid a potential accident. You will need to put a lot of muscle into turning the wheel so ease off the gas and turn as much as you can to pull over to the side of the road gradually and without causing other drivers to swerve or panic. Do not slam on the brakes or you could cause your vehicle to go into a tailspin. Once you are on the side of the road, stop your vehicle and set up the appropriate signals like your reflective triangle and so on. Call for help right away and make sure that you call your auto warranty provider so that any towing and work will be covered according to the terms of your agreement.

With all this in mind, don’t forget that prevention is better than cure. Being a driver means that you need to be prepared for anything and this includes wear and tear as well as unexpected car trouble. Contact A-Protect Warranty today at 1-866-660-6444 for extended auto warranty advice by experts who care.

Reasons why your car won’t start

With so many working parks that form part of the motor, it’s easy to understand why it can be tough to determine why your car will not start. While some reasons will require professional repairs, some other reasons can be resolved by the driver. Remember, you should never attempt to remove any parts or perform repairs yourself, or it could void your warranty.

If you turn the key and you don’t hear the engine crank, the following could be the cause:

 

Dead battery: Your battery is charged by the alternator while your car is running. That said, every battery has a limited lifespan, so they won’t last forever no matter how well you look after your car. If the battery gets old or if your alternator fails, you will be left without enough power to get the motor running. If you do not drive regularly, you should at least start your car regularly to avoid the battery from losing its charge. This is particularly important during the winter months.
Bad electrical connections: Corrosion has a way of building up on the battery terminals. If this happens, you will need to disconnect the battery, clean the terminals, and reconnect it before trying to start your car again.
Park or clutch switch problems: If you try to start your car and you notice that the lights do not flicker or dim when you turn the key, it could be the ignition switch. Alternatively, the park or neutral switch or relay starter might be to blame, and you may have to consider possible wiring problems as well. Remember to ensure that your car is in park or your foot is on the clutch when you start your car.
Security issue: Your car key is not just a key. It has been preprogrammed to work only on your car. If something goes wrong with this security system in the key, it will mean that your car will not start. Try using your spare key and, if this works, then you know that the key is to blame.
Bad starter: If you hear a clicking noise when you turn the key, it could be due to starter solenoid engaging nd disengaging quickly. This is certainly something that needs to be tended to by a mechanic.
If you turn the key, and you hear the engine crank, but your car won’t start, you might be experiencing one of the following problems:
Out of fuel: This might seem obvious, but it can happen to anyone! Especially if your fuel gauge is faulty or if there is a leak. Remember, you should never let your tank run too low because it can put serious strain on your fuel pump and filter.
Fuel pump faults: If your fuel pump does not work, the fuel will not reach the necessary parts of the engine, and your car won’t start.
No spark: The ignition coil or spark plugs might need to be replaced if you can hear the cranking sound without a proper start. Normally one spark plug will give you trouble at a time which means that you should notice a drop in performance. Regular inspections and maintenance will help prevent your car from letting you down.
Clogged systems: If the injectors or fuel system becomes clogged, it will prevent fuel from reaching the engine, and this will cause your car to fail to start. Dirt, debris and similar matter are usually to blame, and it’s often due to a bad fuel filter. Replace your fuel filter regularly in order to prevent this from happening.

 

Some of these problems, like an empty tank or faulty key, can be easy to diagnose and remedy yourself. However, other problems require your vehicle to be towed and repaired by a professional. Remember to always submit your claim with your warranty provider before agreeing to any towing.

Do your brakes need to be checked?

Whether you are driving around your neighborhood or cruising along the highway, you need reliable brakes. Being able to stop or slow down in time to avoid an accident is a crucial part of safety. Remember, it’s not only about you but also your passengers and fellow road users. Somebody else on the road could lose control or act recklessly which means that you need to be able to react promptly and appropriately. Your brakes need to be checked and maintained in order to prevent excessive wear. If you are wondering what to look for, here are some signs that your brakes need attention.

Noisy
If you notice a high-pitched or grating noise when you brake, this is usually a clear indication of worn brakes. It is best to have them checked sooner rather than later just to be safe. That said, sometimes dirt and dust can build up on the brakes which result in a similar noise, so you might just need to have some minor maintenance done as opposed to a full replacement. Remember, brakes have a certain lifespan so keep track of the miles on your car when you replace them. This will help you anticipate the next replacement.

Veering left or right
While it’s true that there could be a number of reasons for your car pulling to the left or right, a problem with your braking system could be to blame. A stuck caliper on either side of your car can result in you fighting with your steering wheel to keep your car facing the right direction. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to check the pressure of all four tires, the tread on your tires, and your wheel alignment too. Your tires need to be rotated regularly, so this is the perfect time to check on those brakes too.

Vibrating brake pedal
ABS is an excellent feature and, if you have ever performed an emergency stop with this kind of advanced braking system, you know just how effective it can be. However, if the rotors become warped, they will thrum across the surface o the brake pads, and this sends a vibration all the way to the pedal. Of course, this kind of damage only occurs when the brakes are placed under severe stress for extended periods of time. If you have not done so yet you feel vibrations in the brake pedal; it could be time to check your wheel alignment.

Soft or hard brake pedal
If the pedal is very soft and you have to push it at least halfway in before it reacts, your brakes or hydraulic system could be to blame. You should also check your brake fluid just to be safe. A tough or very hard pedal can mean that the rotor is worn or your brake fluid is dirty. An obstruction in the brake line and an issue in the vacuum system also make your brakes tough to use. If you notice this kind of problem, you should avoid driving and have a mechanic diagnose the problem promptly.

As with any part of your vehicle, repairs and replacements should always be performed by a trained professional. If you are claiming from your warranty, make sure that you submit your claim prior to the commencement of any work. For more details on the right extended auto warranty for you, contact A-protect at (416)-661-7444.

Do you need auto insurance and a warranty?

Vehicle owners often wonder whether they should invest in vehicle insurance, an extended auto warranty, or both. It’s important to understand the difference between the two in order to fully comprehend what you need in order to ensure full and complete coverage.

 

About auto warranties

A car warranty covers a variety of unexpected and maintenance issues. Every auto warranty is different. There are usually several options from which to choose which means that vehicle owners can select a warranty based on the benefits and the cost. New cars usually have a warranty included but, when this warranty runs out, it leaves the owner liable for maintenance and repairs. When this warranty expires, an extended auto warranty helps ensure that you are covered as per the terms of the warranty you choose. Some warranties include basic coverage in the event of engine, transmission, and other powertrain problems. Other, more comprehensive packages include coverage for electronic components, fuel systems, and wear and tear. The age, value, and features of the vehicle will likely determine the best package for you. In addition, the more comprehensive the plan, the more it will cost. So, finances are also a significant determining factor.

 

About auto insurance

Car insurance, on the other hand, is designed to protect vehicle owners in the event of an accident. Like warranties, these policies vary from basic to more comprehensive. Premiums are determined by the type and value of your vehicle as well as driving experience and history. Some packages cover collisions, others cover damages caused to another vehicle, and there are also more comprehensive options that cover everything including natural disasters.

 

What do I need?

Since insurance acts as a form of accident protection and extended warranties prevent excessive expenses due to breakdowns and maintenance, it’s easy to see why both are necessary. By investing in the right warranty and insurance, you can drive your car with that much more peace of mind. It’s also important to remember that you have to choose what’s right for you. Never let any agent try to force you into a decision you’re not comfortable with. It’s always a good idea to shop around, compare your various options and conduct a fair amount of research on your potential providers before signing any contracts. This is as true for insurance as it is for warranties. Also, just because a deal is really great does not mean it’s the best for you. Make sure that you read any and all fine print while highlighting any questions you may have.

 

For the best extended auto warranty packages designed with your needs in mind, contact A-Protect Warranty today at 1-866-660-6444 or (416) 661-7444.

 

Safely navigate dangerous driving conditions in winter

The roads are full of danger even when the weather is perfect. During the winter months, however, the risks increase. Fortunately, there are several precautions that you can take and, if the winter does get the best of you, its important to make sure that you have adequate coverage. The right auto warranty will help ensure that you are covered in the event of any emergency.

 

Black ice
One of the riskiest parts of driving in winter is the fact that you are likely to encounter black ice. Black ice is the term used to describe water that has frozen on the road and, because it is clear, you cannot see this slipper trap. Be on the look out for patches of road that look darker than the rest, low-lying parts or sections of road near trees, bridges, underpasses, and when temperatures drop below 40 degrees F. All of these factors increase the chances of black ice. Another good precaution to remember is to make sure that you have the right tires. Winter tires give you more traction and don’t forget to inspect and check the tread before driving. You can also use four-wheel drive to make sure that you don’t slide around too much. Obviously decreasing your speed is a good idea but you should avoid hitting the brakes. Instead, simply ease off the accelerator. Leave extra space between yourself and other drivers and always slow down before intersections – even if the light is green. If you hit black ice, ease off the accelerator and, if your car has a manual transmission, you can use your gears to help slow down by dropping a gear or two. Do not drop gears too quickly or you could over rev your engine.

 

Visibility
Another problem common in winter is visibility. Not only do your windows fog up, but you may even encounter a frozen windshield when starting your car. Be sure to clean your windshield before driving. Even if it means that you will be a bit late, it’s better than the risk of having an accident. Check your windshield wipers and you can also cover your windshield at night or when parked for several hours during the day. Special covers help prevent ice from forming on your windshield. Run the defrosters on your front and rear windshield. Make sure that they work properly and do not drive until all windows are clear. Keep a de-icing solution in your car at all times just in case.

 

Blizzards
Driving during a blizzard is obviously not recommended. Not only can winds push you around, but visibility is also very low, and you or another driver can easily lose control. If you are caught in the middle of a blizzard and visibility makes driving impossible, you should make sure that you get to a safe spot. This means pulling off the highway (if applicable) and finding a safe spot to park. Remain in your car and turn on your directional lights to warn other cars of your location. You can also use reflective triangles provided they don’t completely blow over in strong wind conditions. Only run your engine for about 10 minutes per hour so save fuel and to recharge your battery while heating your car. Make sure that you crack a window just enough to allow for some ventilation. Get out of your car and clear snow away from the exhaust pipe while you wait for help. Call your auto warranty provider immediately for speedy assistance. They will be able to offer you additional advice while sending somebody out to help you get to your destination safe and sound.

 

Other common problems include battery failure and mechanical problems. Whether your car breaks down, you are in an accident, or the weather is simply too poor for you do continue driving, it’s always important to notify your car warranty provider. Keep their number on hand in your car at all times and, by calling to file a claim, you can rest assured that an approved roadside assistance service will be on the way in no time. For comprehensive and flexible car warranties by professionals, you can trust, call A-Protect Warranty today at 1-866-660-6444 or (416) 661-7444.

 

Essential advice for improving winter driving visibility

Essential advice for improving winter driving visibility

Winter presents drivers with even more challenges, and visibility is one of the most significant of all. If you cannot see where you are going, you pose a risk to yourself as well as other drivers and even pedestrians. Here are some important tips to help keep you safe on the road.

 

Windscreen wipers
Your windscreen wipers are essential for keeping the exterior of your windscreen clear. It’s not enough to simply use your windscreen wipers when precipitation starts. Old, worn, or damaged wipers are about as good as no wipers at all. It’s important to check your wipers regularly and have them replaced as soon as they start showing signs of wear. Remember, there are different types of wipers out there, and there are some that are better than others. Make sure that you find the best ones for your car and budget.

 

Lights
Your headlights are not only helpful when it’s dark. They also help improve visibility when weather conditions are poor. Your headlights help you see where you are going and they also help others spot you on the road. Before you drive, you should always inspect your car. This pre-trip inspection should always include your headlights. Make sure that they are working properly and check the quality of the lenses too. Cloudy lenses make your headlights less effective and, if left unchecked, it will only get worse. Burned-out lights should be replaced immediately – even if you only plan on driving during the day. Foggy, aged lenses need not be replaced. They can be restored for a reasonable price.

 

Snow buildup
Snow can build up on your car and, if your windows are covered, you cannot see properly. Keep a soft broom or brush in your car at all times. Clear the snow off your car before driving. If you park somewhere for a few hours and snow accumulates on your car, you will be happy to have that brush on hand.

 

Tools and equipment
No matter the weather conditions, you should always have several supplies in your car. These supplies include an emergency medical kit but, during winter, you should also keep a reflective triangle, safety flares, a flashlight, and other supplies to keep you warm, fed, and hydrated. While it’s important to make sure that you are seen during bad weather, it’s also essential that you have everything you need to get you through a few hours stuck in your car.

 

Remember that, while it’s important for you to see the road and for others to see you, you should also be careful not to obscure the vision of other drivers. Do not drive with your bright or far range lights on at all times. You can use the brighter light setting when you are alone on the road, but you should dim them if you see oncoming traffic or when you come up behind another driver. If conditions are particularly poor, avoid driving and, if you are stuck on the side of the road, make sure that you are visible and call your auto warranty provider for further assistance. At A-Protect Warranty, we offer a wide range of packages to suit each and everyone.

The five best navigation apps for drivers

A lot has changed in the landscape of cartography. No longer do we need to carefully unfold the endless pages of our parents’ confusing roadmaps to figure out how to get to our destination. Now we depend on technology to carefully direct us to just about anywhere we need to go. Digital navigation services have taken the guesswork out of following directions. As more and more navigation apps enter the market and vie for our attention, how do we know which ones are the best ones for us? No problem:

Here’s A-Protect’s guide to the five best digital navigation services available. You can access all of these apps for free and from any digital device. We’ve selected each for a different purpose – from best app for avoiding traffic to the best one for road trips. Each of these apps offers something unique to the landscape of cellular navigation and are definitely worth your time:

 

1. Waze

Waze was a game changer for navigation. The small Israeli tech company was able to design a system that predicts upcoming traffic details and then adjusts your route to systematically avoid it. Waze manages, mostly successfully, to pull off something that the Google Maps system never could –it’s why millions of users depend on Waze to direct them to work, on time, every morning. Last year Google purchased the app, so hopefully we’ll be seeing a better traffic system through Google Maps in the near future. This would be especially useful for the Uber system, which depends on the Google Maps database.

 

2. Google Maps

Google Maps is unavoidable. It’s the world’s most detailed database and it’s used as the basis for countless apps, websites and car navigation services. Google Maps has the advantage of detail: it knows just about everything about your environment and your routines. Google has developed the most user-friendly navigation service, making it easy to use on any device. Google Maps interacts seamlessly with the other Google services, such as Google My Business, to promote local businesses. Just about everybody depends on Google Maps, so hopefully it puts the Waze technology to full advantage sooner than later.

 

3. CoPilot

ALK Technologies has developed CoPilot, a free and innovative new navigation app that users are flocking to for one key feature: downloadable maps. This app allows users to view maps offline, in case there’s a lack of service – which happens whenever you can least afford it. While CoPilot lacks a number of other important features utilized by Google and Waze, it’s ability to act as an analog maps application makes it unique and valuable.

 

4. inRoute

One of the best unique features of inRoute is the ability to allow time in between stops during a longer trip. This takes into account road trips or trips with more than one destination. These features are still currently lacking on Google, making inRoute an invaluable member to your iPhone’s navigation folder. inRoute also carefully updates you with upcoming weather conditions, elevation statuses and other interesting features unique to this free app.

 

5. Apple Maps

Apple products are sort of inescapable. While their maps feature has been receiving a lot of negative press, it still offers something better than any other digital navigation system on the market: a complete interconnection with all Apple products. Once the app figures things out and becomes more user-friendly, it will generate more users, since it’s already in the pocket of everyone who owns an iPhone. It’s ready to use on all Macbooks and iPads, making it a very convenient option for Apple users everywhere, although it could still use another unique trait to keep it a competitive option in the app marketplace.

Was there an innovative new navigation application that didn’t make our list? Let us know on Facebook and we’ll include it in an update!

Did you know A-Protect is one of Ontario’s premier warranty services for your automobile or motorcycle? With the best coverage and Ontario’s most competitive rates, there’s no reason not to call!

Contact A-Protect today for a free quote on warranty for your vehicle:

A-Protect

A-Protect Auto Warranty


1-866-660-6444