GMPP at discount prices!
Get genuine GMPP and save hundreds off regular dealer
pricing. There is only one service contract endorsed by General Motors and
that is GMPP (General Motors Protection Plan). It is the same plan
as the one your local GM dealer may offer and coverage is the same nationally. GMPP is a contract between
you and Ally Financial, not between you and the dealer. It doesn't matter
where you purchase it, as long as it’s from an authorized GM dealer. So, why
buy locally and pay the full retail price?
Honored at GM dealerships nationwide
Once you have a genuine GM service contract, you can walk into any GM
dealership and that dealer can access your coverage using your VIN. You can
be assured that you will have a certified GM technician working on your
vehicle, using genuine GM parts. GM dealers are paid directly by General
Motors. Your only responsibility is to pay a small deductible for covered
repairs, if your plan has one.
Buy With Confidence, Fully Insured
We'll be there when you need us. A reserve fund is set up for every GMPP sold to ensure that your claim will be paid when the time arises. This fund cannot be touched for any other purpose, other than paying claims. State and Federal watchdog agencies monitor these reserve funds. If in the unlikely event, these funds are depleted, payment for claims are guaranteed by the MIC Property and Casualty Insurance Corporation. MIC is a 75 year old insurance company currently rated B++ by AM Best.
For more than 25 years, GM Protection Plan has provided extra protection and
peace of mind to millions of customers. With an average of more than 200,000
claim payments per month, a genuine GMPP service contract assures customer satisfaction
because GMPP offers the most comprehensive coverage available. Most
important, the GM Protection Plan is the only service contract endorsed by
General Motors and brought to you by Ally Financial.
Don't hold off purchasing!
As long as your Buick
still within the full GM warranty, you can qualify for GMPP, the only GM
authorized service available to GM vehicle owners. Plan pricing is based on the model, age,
current mileage and the level of coverage you choose. As your vehicle ages,
plan pricing increases. There is no better time than now to purchase.
Request a quote using our Get-A-Quote system and we will send you an accurate
quote customized to your individual needs. You can decide which plan is the
one for you, right from the comfort of your home.
60 day, 100% money back guarantee!
As long as you have no claims, you can cancel for any reason within 60
days and get a 100% refund, no questions asked. After that, you can cancel
and receive a refund of the unused portion. That’s not all, if you sell
your vehicle, you can transfer the coverage to the new owner for a small fee.
Imagine how much more your vehicle will be worth, if you tell prospective
buyers that your vehicle is covered by a factory backed GM service contract.
Wear and Tear Coverage
Some service contracts pay for failures only if a component breaks due to a
defect. But with the GM Protection Plan, failures of covered components due
to both defects and wear and tear are covered. You will find a side by side comparison of all three levels of coverage at Compare GMPP Plans
What is GMPP?
GMPP is a service contract that pays both the cost of labor and the costs of parts for covered repairs, plus it may include other benefits such as towing, alternate transportation and roadside assistance.
A GM service contract is what many people call a GM extended warranty. Technically, it is not an extended warranty. The quick rule of thumb is that if it is free, it's a warranty, but if you pay for it, it's a service contract. All extended warranties sold on the web are service contracts, but are incorrectly refered to as extended warranties. To learn more on a service contracts vs an extended warranty go to Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
Something to consider
The average person keeps their vehicle 5 or 6 years. The average
manufacturer's warranty coverage could last half that long. In fact, if you drive
over 20,000 miles per year, your manufacturer's warranty could be over in 1 ½
years. Why not protect yourself against potentially expensive, unexpected
repair bills? If you have questions about GMPP, you may find the answers at GMPP FAQs
GMPP Major Guard
Major Guard is undoubtedly the most comprehensive extended protection plan you will
find anywhere. Major Guard's bumper to bumber exclusionary coverage will cover virtually
every component of your GM car or truck when there is a mechanical failure
after the original warranty – even if it simply wears out. Major Guard
also includes Alternate Transportation and Roadside Assistance.
GMPP Value Guard
Value Guard protects your vehicle and protects your budget. This General Motors service contract offers a wide range of coverage for new and used vehicles and is endorsed by General Motors. Value Guard covers the costs of parts and labor for nine major assemblies if a mechanical failure occurs after the original warranty–even if the component simply wears out. Value Guard also includes Alternate Transportation and Towing.
GMPP Basic Guard
Basic Guard covers many of the most costly components on your vehicle. Endorsed by General Motors, Basic Guard covers four critical assemblies. Both the costs for parts and labor are covered if there is a mechanical failure after the original warranty–even if the component simply wears out. Basic Guard includes Towing.
Purchasing a service contract is a fairly large expenditure, but not as
large as the monetary risk of not having one. Paying as you go is not a good
option, since even a relatively small repair today can cost several hundred
dollars and a need for a repair will never come at a convenient time.
We are a General Motors dealership, just like the one where you purchased your vehicle. In fact, we just celebrated our 30th anniversary selling GM vehicles. Selling on the internet allows us to sell service contracts with very little markup. Our profit margin is so low that most dealers won't even match it. Even if they did, you'd have to drive to the dealership and sit and wait for someone to talk to. Our customers love the convenience of learning all about and purchasing GMPP while sitting in their bathrobe.
GM Protection Plan is a registered service mark of General Motors Company, used under license by Ally Financial. Major Guard is a registered service mark of Ally Financial.