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Rolls Royce Warranty Cancellation

Rolls Royce Warranty Cancellation Information

Rolls Royce Warranty Cancellation

Your Rolls Royce warranty can be Cancelled – Read below about how to cancel your Rolls Royce Warranty Coverage.

Can you cancel your Rolls Royce Warranty?

You can cancel your Rolls Royce warranty at any time for a pro-rated refund through your selling dealer directly. In order to cancel your Rolls Royce warranty you will need to contact your Rolls Royce warranty company in writing, and let them know you would like to cancel your contract so they can send you instructions on how to do so. If you sell your Vehicle, you may be able to transfer your contract to the new owner if desired.

What are the most common reasons to cancel your Rolls Royce warranty and claim a refund?

1.) You purchased a Rolls Royce warranty and the terms and mileage have not expired. (Even if you no longer own the car, you can still qualify for a refund.)

2.) You traded in or sold your vehicle to a dealership or private party. (As long as you didn’t transfer the warranty to someone, you are most likely entitled to a refund.)

3.) Your vehicle was totaled by your insurance company or if it was stolen and not recovered.

4.) You refinanced your Car Loan. (Gap insurance doesn't carry over to the new loan)

How do I cancel my Rolls Royce Warranty?

"How do I cancel my Rolls Royce Warranty?" is always a question that doesn't have an easy answer. Since extended car warranties (service contracts) differ based on the company backing the warranty or the issuer, the methods for canceling vary. We'll provide you with some general steps in order to assist you in cancelling your Rolls Royce warranty.

Step No. 1 – Review the warranty paperwork

Pull out the paperwork for your Rolls Royce car warranty and look for the section that outlines cancellation. Once located, follow the instructions carefully.

Step No. 2 – Write a letter

Certain Rolls Royce warranty companies require consumers to request cancellation in writing. If so, there may be a form to fill out. Write that letter, including the form, and keep copies of the cancellation documentation.

Step No. 3 – Give them a phone call

Instead of a letter, a phone call might help initiate the cancellation process. Reach out to the company you have the Rolls Royce warranty with, explain that you wish to cancel, and follow the companies instructions on how to accomplish that task.

Step No. 4 – Follow up

After a few days, you should receive a cancellation confirmation. This may involve an email notification, text message, or letter in the mail. If you are due a refund, you should receiving a credit back to your original method of payment within 7-14 business days. Please note that timeframe can start from the time the company has acknowledged your cancellation request.


Why purchase a Rolls Royce warranty?

If you currently own, lease or finance a vehicle you can take advantage by purchasing a Rolls Royce Warranty Program to help protect you from costly repairs.

Some of the Benefits included with an extended warranty are:

Free Roadside Assistance

Nationwide Coverage

Guarantee on covered repairs

30 Day Money Back Gaurantee

Considering cancelling and switching providers?

Are you considering cancelling your warranty and switching providers?

Switching to Total Auto Protect will save you time and money.
The benefits of switching to Total Auto Protect:

Save Money On Next Repair

Requesting Service is Fast & Easy

Fast & Hassle Free Repair

How much money can I get back if I cancel my Rolls Royce warranty?

People often get carried away and make an impulsive decision of buying an Rolls Royce warranty when buying a new car without taking the financial implications into account. Most companies do offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on cancellation which will entitle you to a full refund.

Cancelling after 30 Days would result in the following deductions:

Pro-Rated Refund (calculated by the amount of time you had the warranty)

Cancellation Fee (early termination fee)

Administrative Fee (paperwork, filing and processing fees)

Any amounts paid to repair facilities (if you had used the warranty and had your vehicle repaired)

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