Tried, tested and trusted, for over a decade, from policy creation, Insurance Underwriting, handling claims and customer care, we have worked to be the UK's original, and respected as best of kind.
Unfortunately the internet is littered with unregulated web sites making it hard to find genuine cover you can trust. Click4Warranty only offer insured protection, we guarantee the information on our web site is honest and accurate to make it easy to choose the right warranty protection.
This page offers honest general guidance about the choice of warranty, what's covered and explains benefits and limitations in one easy reference guide. Of course it's not a complete list, the policy terms provide full details and we always recommend you take a moment to read through them. However, we guarantee the information we provide genuinely reflects the policy terms.
All Click4Warranty policies are insurance backed
Do I pay more for an Insured Warranty?
Do Insured Warranties Take Longer To Settle Claims?
All Click4Warranty policies are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
Financial Ombudsman Service
No service history? Just follow service requirements during cover
All our warranties give protection from day one
All policies cover wear and tear - from day one!
All policies cover insured parts found at MOT as likely to breakdown
All policies cover insured parts identified at service as likely to breakdown
All our warranties cover parts, labour and vat
All our warranties include recovery
All our warranties include cover when driving abroad
All our warranties include car hire
All our warranties include overnight accomodation
All our warranties include emergency travel
All our warranties guarantee repairs for up to 12 months
All our warranties have the lowest standard claim excess of just £10
All our warranties provide cover for cars up to 12 years old / 150,000 miles
Click4Warranty have no annual mileage clause
Choice of claim limit
Choice of term
Unlimited number of claims.
All policies can settle the bill directly with the repairer
There is no betterment contribution in relation to the age of your car
There is no betterment contribution if your car is under 60,000 miles
Betterment contribution if your car is over 60,000 miles
Click4Warranty Complaint Process
Why our policies are so affordable
Where to take your car for repair
Click4Warranty ethical approach to labour rates
Labour rate of our approved repairers
All warranties can be paid for in monthly installments
All warranties have a 21 day cooling off period
FAQ: How can I find my nearest approved repair garage?
FAQ: Must a Click4Warranty policy be purchased by the car owner?
FAQ: Can I buy your warranty if the manufacturers warranty still has a year or two to run?
FAQ: What are your terms for cancellation?
FAQ: Can I pay monthly?
FAQ: Can I transfer my policy?
FAQ: Can I use my own repairing garage?
FAQ: Do you provide cover for imported cars?
FAQ: Do your Warranties cover Wear & Tear?
FAQ: Do your warranties cover DSG Gearbox?
FAQ: Do your warranties cover SMG Gearbox?
FAQ: Do your warranties cover consequential loss or damage?
FAQ: Do your warranties cover tyres, wheels, bodywork, paintwork or glass?
FAQ: Does the cost of 4x4 cover differ on 3, 4 and 5 Star Warranties?
FAQ: Does your warranty cover the Vanos Unit?
FAQ: Does your warranty cover the dual mass flywheel?
FAQ: Does your warranty cover the cost of diagnosis?
FAQ: How soon can I make a claim?
FAQ: How can I unsubscribe from your newsletters?
FAQ: Is the Subaru Impreza P1 covered by your warranties?
FAQ: Is the catalytic converter covered under the terms of your warranties?
FAQ: Is the claim limit chosen for the whole term or per claim?
FAQ: Is there a mileage limit on the warranty policy?
FAQ: Do your warranties cover LPG vehicles?
FAQ: Must my car have a full service history?
FAQ: What is the claims process?
FAQ: What are the Geographical Limits of your policies?
FAQ: What do I do in event of a claim or suspected part failure?
FAQ: What happens if I break-down and need a hire car?
FAQ: What is IPT?
FAQ: What parts are insured under the terms of your warranties?
FAQ: Why should I choose to buy my policy from you rather than another online provider?