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Coverage beyond your expectations.
(Confidence is part of the ride)

Buick is exceeding expectations of luxury, and Buick Protection products are exceeding expectations of confidence. From Buick Protection Plans to Buick Tire and Wheel Protection, Buick Protection products can provide coverage and benefits that continue even after your new-vehicle warranty expires so you can just relax and enjoy the ultimate luxury: confidence.



Protecting yourself from potentially expensive covered repair costs doesn’t have to be complicated. The Buick Protection Plan is easy to purchase. Simply choose the coverage that’s right for you, Silver or Platinum, along with your deductible and contract term.


The Buick Protection Plan comes with extras in addition to coverage for approved repairs, including lost key and lockout coverage, trip interruption, towing, and rental car.


If a covered mechanical breakdown occurs, you’ll also have access to the Certified Service technicians found at any one of the 4,000+ GM dealerships nationwide. These technicians are specially trained to work on GM vehicles. They can even use the same quality of parts as those used when your car was first built.


RENTAL CAR COVERAGE (for covered breakdowns)

Need to rent a vehicle while yours is being repaired? No problem. Your coverage will pay for or reimburse you for a rental vehicle or for alternate public transportation expenses while your vehicle is being repaired (up to $40 per day/maximum of $280 for each repair visit).



If your vehicle is disabled, your towing or road service charges are covered, up to $150.



If your Buick experiences a covered breakdown more than 100 miles from your home and a repair facility needs to keep it overnight, you will be reimbursed up to $200 a day for hotel and restaurant expenses, for up to four days or a total of $800 per occurrence.



If your keys are lost, broken, or if you accidentally lock yourself out of your vehicle, you will be reimbursed up to $35 for locksmith services.



If you decide to sell your vehicle, your coverage can easily be transferred to the new owner upon payment of the applicable transfer fee shown in the plan Terms and Conditions.



You may cancel your contract at any time, including when you sell the vehicle or if loss of vehicle occurs , upon payment of any applicable fee. See your Buick dealer for details about refunds.



You can choose the deductible that is right for you. Once a covered part is repaired or replaced, the deductible for future repair or replacement of the same part is waived.




You choose the mileage, duration of the plan, and deductible.



The Buick Protection Plan can help eliminate unexpected and high out-of-pocket repair costs. With just one major covered repair, the plan could quickly pay for itself.



With over 4,000 GM dealerships nationwide, your coverage protects you when you are at home or away.

Covered service at GM dealers is performed by factory-trained Buick Certified Service technicians. Repairs are completed with parts that meet performance standards appropriate for your Buick

Available in addition to the Platinum coverage of the Buick Protection Plan, Buick Wrap Coverage is a vehicle service contract that provides exclusionary coverage for approved parts not already covered by the standard manufacturer’s warranty (full or certified), or any exclusions as stated in the service contract. It’s a fresh look at coverage so you can drive with confidence.

Wrap Coverage begins on the contract purchase date at 0 months/0 miles. The term for the Platinum Wrap coverage will be based on your vehicle’s make and is only eligible for purchase during the vehicle’s bumper-to-bumper warranty period. See your Buick dealer for coverage details.


With Platinum Protection, you’ll have our most comprehensive coverage for your Buick. Platinum is the best way to help ensure that you are protected against potential expensive, covered repairs.

In the event of a covered component failure, even when it is the result of normal wear and tear, you’re protected. The Platinum Plan coverage is an exclusionary coverage. That means that everything is covered on your Buick unless it is on the Exclusion List.



No deductible applies to the following benefits:


Rental: In the event of a covered breakdown, the plan will pay for or reimburse you to rent a replacement vehicle or for alternate public transportation while your vehicle is being repaired. Coverage will be provided up to $40 per day, with a maximum of $280 for each repair visit (unless increased as specified below as a result of parts availability delays).


Towing/Road Service: If your Buick is disabled, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted towing or road service expenses, up to $150 per occurrence.


Trip Interruption: If a covered breakdown occurs more than 100 miles from your home and results in the repair facility keeping your vehicle overnight, the plan will reimburse you for receipted hotel and restaurant expenses, up to $200 per day, for a maximum total per occurrence of $800.


Lost Key & Lockout: If the keys for your vehicle are lost, broken, or accidentally locked in your vehicle, the plan will reimburse you for receipted expenses, up to a maximum of $35, for locksmith services.



The Protection Plan does not cover any of the following:


A. Any of the following parts: carburetor, battery and battery cable/harness (unless listed as specific covered parts), standard transmission clutch assembly, friction clutch disc and pressure plate, distributor cap and rotor, glass, lenses, sealed beams, light bulbs, fuses, circuit breakers, cellular phones, game centers, AM/FM radio/cassette/CD players exceeding $3,000 repair or replacement cost, speakers, audio/video equipment, pixel damage due to impact on display screens, key fobs, tire pressure sensors, remote control consoles, radar detection devices, brake rotors and drums, all exhaust components, and the following emission components: EGR purge valve/solenoids/sensors, vacuum canister, vapor return canister, vapor return lines/valves, air pump/lines/valves, catalytic converter/filtering/sensors, emission vapor sensors, gas cap/filler neck, weather strips, trim, moldings, bright metal chrome, upholstery and carpet, paint, outside ornamentation, bumpers, body sheet metal and panels, frame and structural body parts, vinyl and convertible tops, any convertible top assemblies, hardware or linkages, tires and wheels/rims. External nuts, bolts, and fasteners are not covered except where required in conjunction with a covered repair.


B. Maintenance services and parts described in your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual as supplied by the manufacturer and other normal maintenance services and parts, which include, but are not limited to: alignments, adjustments, wheel balancing, tune-ups, spark plugs, spark plug wires, glow plugs, hoses, drive belts, brake pads, brake linings/shoes, and wiper blades. Filters, lubricants, coolants, fluids, and refrigerants will be covered only if replacement is required in connection with a breakdown.


C. Any damage and/or breakdown resulting from collision, road hazard, fire, theft, vandalism, riot, acts of terrorism, explosion, lightning, earthquake, freezing, rust or corrosion, windstorm, hail, water or flood, acts of God, salt, environmental damage, chemicals, contamination of fluids, fuels, coolants, or lubricants.


D. Any breakdown caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, lack of normal maintenance required by the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule for your vehicle, or improper servicing or repairs subsequent to purchase. Any breakdown caused by sludge buildup resulting from your failure to perform recommended maintenance services, or failure to maintain proper levels of lubricants and/or coolants, or breakdowns caused by fuels containing more than 10 percent ethanol (if the engine was not manufactured for this fuel mixture), or failure to protect your vehicle from further damage when a breakdown has occurred or failure to have your vehicle towed to the service facility when continued operation may result in further damage. Continued operation includes your failure to observe warning lights, gauges, or any other signs of overheating or component failure, such as, fluid leakage, slipping, knocking, or smoking, and not protecting your vehicle by continuing to drive, creating damage beyond the initial failure.


E. Any repair or replacement of any covered part if a breakdown has not occurred. Any part that a repair facility or manufacturer recommends or requires be replaced or repaired or is an update, and is not a breakdown, is your responsibility and expense.


F. Any alterations that have been made to your vehicle or use of your vehicle in a manner not recommended by the manufacturer, including but not limited to the failure of any custom or add-on part, all frame or suspension modifications, lift kits, any tire that is not recommended by the original manufacturer if it creates an odometer/speedometer variance of greater than 4 percent, and trailer hitches. Also not covered are any emissions and/or exhaust systems modifications, engine modifications, transmission modifications, and/or drive axle modifications, which includes any performance modifications.


G. If, while owned by you, your odometer has ceased to operate and odometer repairs have not been made immediately, or the odometer has been altered in any way subsequent to purchase of the contract.


H. If your vehicle has ever been a total loss, salvaged, rebuilt, or is a gray market vehicle.


I. Any liability for property damage, or for injury to or death of any person arising out of the operation, maintenance, or use of your vehicle described in the contract, whether or not related to the parts covered. Loss of use, time, profit, inconvenience, or any other consequential loss, including any consequential damage to a noncovered part that results from a breakdown.


J. Any breakdown where the manufacturer is responsible for the repair or if the breakdown is covered by a repairer’s guarantee/warranty (regardless of manufacturer’s or repairer’s ability to pay for such repairs).


K. If your vehicle is used for towing (unless your vehicle is equipped with a factory-installed or factory-authorized tow package), or is used as a commercial unit (unless appropriate surcharge is marked on Registration Page and only as defined under “Definitions,” “Commercial Use”), or is used for rental, taxi, limousine, shuttle, towing/wrecker service, dumping (dump beds), cherry pickers, lifting or hoisting, police or emergency service, principally off-road use, prearranged or organized racing, or competitive driving.


L. Any pre-existing condition or any breakdown occurring before coverage takes effect or prior to the contract purchase date, or if the information provided by you or the repair facility cannot be verified as accurate or is found to be deceptively inaccurate.


M. Breakdowns that occur and/or repairs made outside of the United States of America and Canada.


N. Diagnostic and/or teardown procedures that are not listed, or are in excess of the times listed in the current year’s national flat rate hourly guide in conjunction with a covered repair.


Silver Protection provides coverage for specified components within the core systems of your engine and powertrain, even when failure results from ordinary wear and tear. See the Silver Covered Component List below.



No deductible applies to the following benefits:


Rental: In the event of a breakdown, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted expenses to rent a replacement vehicle or for alternate public transportation while your vehicle is being repaired.


Coverage will be provided up to $40 per day, with a maximum of $280 for each repair visit (or $400 if the covered repairs are delayed because of parts availability issues).


Towing/Road Service: If your Buick is disabled, the plan will pay for or reimburse you for receipted towing or road service expenses, up to $150 per occurrence.


Trip Interruption: If a breakdown occurs more than 100 miles from your home and your vehicle is kept overnight, the plan will reimburse you for receipted hotel and restaurant expenses, up to $200 per day for a maximum total of $800 per occurrence.


Lost Key & Lockout: If your keys are lost or broken, or you get locked out, the plan will reimburse you for receipted expenses, up to a maximum of $35, for locksmith services.




Note: If a component is not listed below, it is not covered by the Silver Protection Plan.


Engine Components – Cylinder block, cylinder head(s), rotary housing, and all internally lubricated parts contained within the engine including: pistons, piston rings, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft, crankshaft main bearings, camshaft, camshaft bearings, cam followers, timing chain or belt, timing gears and guides, tensioners, rocker arms, rocker shafts, rocker bushings, cylinder head valves, valve guides, valve lifters, valve springs, valve seals, valve retainers, valve seats, push rods, water pump, fuel pump, oil pump and oil pump housing, harmonic balancer, oil pan, timing chain cover, intake and exhaust manifolds, valve covers, engine mounts, cam gear bolt, harmonic balancer bolt, and head bolts.


Transmission Components – (Automatic or Standard) Transmission case and all internally lubricated parts plus: torque converter, flywheel/flex plate, vacuum modulator, electronic shift control unit, transmission cooler, transmission mounts, oil pan, slave/clutch master cylinder, pilot bearing, and throw-out bearing.


Turbocharger/Supercharger – (Factory-installed only) Turbocharger/supercharger housing and all internally lubricated parts.


Transfer Case – Transfer case and all internally lubricated parts.


Drive Axle Components – (Front and Rear) Drive axle case; all internally lubricated parts contained within the drive axle, locking hubs, drive shafts, center support bearings, universal joints, constant velocity joints, axle bearings, four-wheel drive actuator, and differential cover.


Steering Components – All internal parts contained within the steering box, rack-and-pinion gear, power steering pump, power steering hoses, steering knuckles, pitman arm, idler arm, tie rod ends and drag link, steering damper, upper and lower steering column shafts and couplings, including internal tilt-wheel mechanism, steering box and rack-and-pinion gear housings, power steering assist cylinder, power steering pump cooler, twin I-beam and bushings, and steering travel stop. Rear-wheel steering: rear steering shaft and couplings, power cylinder and pump, electronic control unit/solenoid, phase control unit, stepper motor, steering box, control valve, rack, and tie rod ends.


Brake Components – The following ABS parts are covered: electronic control processor, wheel speed sensors, hydraulic pump/motor assembly, pressure modulator valve/isolation dump valve, accumulator, master cylinder, power brake cylinder, vacuum/hydro assist booster, disc brake caliper, wheel cylinders, compensating valve, brake hydraulic lines and fittings, hydraulic control unit, and hydraulic trailer brake assembly and its components.


Electrical Components – Alternator, voltage regulator, starter motor, starter solenoid and starter drive, engine compartment wiring harness, computerized timing control unit, electronic ignition module, crank angle sensor, knock sensor, ignition switch, ignition switch lock cylinder, front- and rear-window wiper motor, washer pump and switch, stop lamp switch, headlamp switch, turn signal switch, heater/AC blower-speed switch, manual heater/AC control head, horns, trailer brake wiring harness, auxiliary power supply wiring, exterior cab lighting, auxiliary fuel tank switching unit and switch, and O2 sensors.


Enhanced Electrical Components – Electronic instrument cluster, distributor, ignition coil, electronic combination entry system (does not include transmitters and receivers for remote locks), cruise control module, transducer, servo and amplifier, powertrain control module, headlamp motors, power window motor, power seat motor, power mirror motor, power antenna motor/mast assembly, convertible top motor, power sunroof motor, power window switch, cruise control engagement switch, power seat switch, power mirror motor switch, rear defogger switch, power door lock actuator and switch, and OnStar, CUE, IntelliLink, and MyLink (does not include programming or updates). Air bags/safety restraint system: air bags, impact sensors, clock springs, safety belts, anchor tensioner and latch, passenger sensing system, occupancy sensors, inflator modules, and restraint sensing module.


Air Conditioning Components – Condenser, compressor, compressor clutch, and pulley, air conditioning lines and hoses, evaporator, idler pulley and idler pulley bearing, high/low compressor cut-off switch, expansion valve, and pressure cycling switch. The following parts are also covered if they are required in connection with the repair of a covered part listed above and only if they have failed: accumulator/receiver dryer, orifice tube, oil, and refrigerant.


Seals and Gaskets Coverage – Seals and gaskets of covered components designed to prevent the loss of necessary coolants, lubricants, and fluids are covered.



Buick is luxury as it should be. And Buick Gap Coverage is protection the way it ought to be. If you have an accident and your vehicle is considered a complete loss, most standard insurance policies will only compensate you for the current value, not for what is owed or for the deductible. Gap coverage will cover this difference, giving you protection so you can enjoy the ride.


The coverage is limited to and will not exceed the lesser of:


a.  The amount of the payable loss, or


b.  The amount shown in the Maximum Benefit section of the Certificate of Insurance



You can get covered for the gap deficiency between your Buick’s unpaid finance balance and the settlement amount offered by your insurer.



The coverage is only available at the time of vehicle purchase.


Gap Coverage is available for your new, used, or leased Buick.



Gap Coverage is available for finance amounts up to $125,000.



Gap Coverage is available for financial loss up to $75,000, which includes up to $1,000 of your insurer’s physical damage deductible.



Gap Coverage is available for up to 84 months.



Gap Coverage protects you against owing money on a Buick you can no longer drive.



Your coverage is fully refundable if cancellation occurs within 60 days of purchase and no losses have occurred. See your Buick dealer for complete details regarding cancellations and refunds.



Road hazards can be unpredictable. But with Buick Tire and Wheel Protection, you don't have to worry. After all, we built your Buick, so we know exactly what you need to get you back on the road.



Buick Tire and Wheel Protection will pay to repair or replace flat tires and damaged wheels due to covered road hazards.

The optional Buick Tire and Wheel Protection Plus will also cover the costs associated with minor repair of cosmetic damage such as composite scrapes and scratches on alloy wheels, in addition to the coverage of standard Tire and Wheel Protection. Chrome, chrome-clad, and steel wheels may also be covered for minor wheel repair of composite scrapes and scratches caused by a covered road hazard.


You’re protected from covered expenses that come along with repairing or replacing tires or wheels, including parts, labor, mounting, balancing, valve stems, taxes, and proper disposal of any nonrepairable tire/wheel. There is no deductible for this coverage.



Expert technicians, who know your vehicle best, will repair your tire/wheel. If your tire/wheel can’t be repaired, your damaged tire/wheel will be replaced using products that fit your Buick.



Coverage is available for your new, used, or leased Buick.


You can feel secure with the added protection of 24-Hour Emergency Road Service.

If you decide to sell your vehicle, your coverage can easily be transferred to the new owner, upon payment of the applicable transfer fee as shown in the Terms and Conditions.

You can cancel your Tire and Wheel Protection at any time and receive a refund of the unearned portion of the purchase price, upon payment of any applicable fee. Refund is payable to lienholder if the purchase of the contract is financed.



Mechanical First Aid
: Any service requiring a minor adjustment (exclusive of parts) to enable your disabled vehicle to proceed under its own power.

Tire Service: Changing of a flat tire with an inflated spare.

Battery Service: Attempting to start a vehicle with a booster battery.

Delivery Service: Delivery of emergency supplies and other accessories and supplies as may be required and available. (Delivered materials to be paid for by customer.)

Towing Service: When your vehicle is disabled, it will be towed up to 25 miles to a destination of your choice by an authorized towing service.

Locksmith Service: If keys are locked inside your vehicle, a locksmith will be dispatched to assist you in gaining entry to your locked vehicle.


*Emergency road service will be administered by Nation Motor Club, Inc., 800 Yamato Road, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33431 (except as otherwise noted for your state in the Terms and Conditions).



Buick is shattering expectations, including how you service your vehicle. With Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance plans, you can easily stay up to date with your vehicle’s maintenance schedule and help control the costs associated with recommended service. It’s a fresh look at maintenance.



When you purchase a Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance plan, the oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid top-offs listed on your Agreement Registration Page are covered.

With the optional Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance Plus, the transmission fluid changes, transfer case fluid changes, and spark plugs listed on your Agreement Registration Page are also covered in addition to the maintenance covered in the basic Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance plan, while air filters and fuel filters are covered exclusively on GM vehicles.


We offer Pre-Paid Maintenance in conjunction with your vehicle’s Oil Life Monitoring System. We realize different driving styles may require more frequent maintenance. Therefore, various terms and mileage options are available.


If you purchase a Pre-Paid Maintenance plan, maintenance performed that is part of your Pre-Paid Maintenance will be completed at no cost to you. This includes Genuine GM Parts and labor associated with any maintenance covered under your selected plan.


Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance and Buick Pre-Paid Maintenance Plus are available for your new, used, or leased Buick vehicle.


If you decide to sell your covered vehicle, you can easily transfer your coverage to the new owner upon payment of the transfer fee.

You can also cancel your agreement at any time, upon payment of any applicable fee. If canceled within the first 60 days and without any maintenance services redeemed, your purchase is fully refundable. Other cancellations will be pro-rated based on time and miles and reduced for any maintenance services redeemed in addition to an applicable cancellation fee.


While we encourage returning to the dealer where you originally purchased your vehicle, you will be reimbursed for covered maintenance services performed at any GM dealership.


You’ll be able to keep track of any service performed, including mileage and the number of services available to be used, in the included service section of your Customer Agreement.


What coverage levels does the Protection Plan offer?

There are two levels of coverage offered through the Protection Plan: Silver and Platinum. Silver provides basic component coverage, while Platinum also covers most mechanical and electrical components on your Buick. See your Buick dealer for more details on both plans. The Protection Plan also includes a number of time and mileage options you can choose from. For more information, see your Buick dealer.

What additional customer benefits are available under both the Silver and Platinum Protection Plan coverage levels?

Both the Silver and Platinum levels of the Protection Plan include the following additional customer benefits:


1.  Towing/Road Service and Lost Key & Lockout

If your Buick becomes disabled or inoperable during the term of the plan, Towing/Road Service is available, up to $150 per occurrence. In the event the keys to the vehicle are lost, broken, or locked inside the vehicle during the term of the plan, Lost Key & Lockout Service is available, up to $35 per occurrence.


2.  Rental Vehicle Reimbursement

In the event that a mechanical breakdown of a covered component requires the vehicle be kept overnight by the dealership, you may rent a substitute vehicle from a licensed rental agency. Reimbursement under Silver and Platinum coverage provides for up to $40 per day and a maximum of $280 for each repair visit. In the event of a parts delay, you may receive up to four additional days at the rates specific to your coverage level.


3.  Emergency Trip Interruption Reimbursement

If your Buick becomes disabled more than 100 miles from your home, the plan will reimburse you for verifiable and receipted expenses you incur for food and accommodations for the first four consecutive days while the vehicle is being repaired up to a maximum of $200/day or a maximum of $800 per occurrence. Reimbursement for the purchase of alcoholic beverages will not be provided.

Where should I get my Buick repaired?

During the term covered by your plan, you may have covered repairs completed at any Certified Service center.

What deductible levels are available?

Deductible levels include $0, $100, and the Disappearing Deductible feature.

What is a Disappearing Deductible and how does it work?

The Disappearing Deductible feature provides the ability to waive the $100 deductible when you return to the dealership where you purchased the plan for a repair covered under the plan. If you go to another dealership for a covered repair, you will have to pay the $100 deductible.

How does the Buick Protection Plan compare to the GM Certified Pre-Owned vehicle coverage?

The GM Certified Pre-Owned program provides a 12-Month/12,000-Mile (from date of purchase) Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty, whichever comes first, along with 5-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty coverage from the new-vehicle in-service date, whichever comes first.


Every Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle from Buick comes with a transferable 5-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty, plus Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation.


Both the New- and Used-Vehicle Protection Plans can begin when the GM Certified Pre-Owned coverage expires, for whatever time and mileage option you choose to purchase. For more information, see the sections covering the New-Vehicle Plans, Used-Vehicle Plans, Component Coverage, and Additional Customer Benefits.

What is the Commercial Use Surcharge?

It provides your vehicle Protection Plan coverage if you intend to use your Buick vehicle for activities such as jobsite activities, deliveries, service calls, farming, ranching, route work, or snowplowing. The Commercial Use Surcharge is paid for at the time of contract application.

Does the Commercial Use Surcharge exclude any Buick vehicles?

Yes, it excludes vehicles that are being or will be used for the following commercial uses: taxi, rental, limousine or shuttle service, towing/wrecker service, police or emergency service, dumping (dump beds), cherry pickers, lifting or hoisting, or racing or competitive driving.

Is coverage under the Protection Plan transferrable to a subsequent owner?

Should you sell your covered Buick to another individual, any remaining coverage under the New- or Used-Vehicle Protection Plans may be transferred to the new owner prior to the plan’s expiration date. You must complete a Transfer Request form within 30 days of the transfer of ownership and pay the applicable fee to the administrator.

What are the time and mileage options for new Buicks under the Protection Plan?

36 months or 45,000 miles, whichever comes first

36 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first

36 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*

39 months or 39,000 miles, whichever comes first

39 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first

48 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first

48 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first

48 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*

60 months or 40,000 miles, whichever comes first

60 months or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first

60 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first

60 months or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first

60 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first*

72 months or 48,000 miles, whichever comes first

72 months or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first

72 months or 75,000 miles, whichever