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  • My customers have been so happy with Alpha, THANKS ALPHA!!!!

    My customers have been so happy with Alpha, THANKS ALPHA!!!!

  • When Ronald C. noticed the ABS warning light come on inside his 2008 Mercedes Benz S550, he took his vehicle in for repairs. Turns out, the ABS warnin

    When Ronald C. noticed the ABS warning light come on inside his 2008 Mercedes Benz S550, he took his vehicle in for repairs. Turns out, the ABS warning light came on as a result of a faulty right front wheel speed sensor. We paid $320.13 to repair Ronald's vehicle as he is protected with our Full Coverage contract.

  • Corey P. had his 2006 Infinity M35 Sedan/Sport AWD towed into a service center because he noticed a clicking noise while driving and the upper oil p

    Corey P. had his 2006 Infinity M35 Sedan/Sport AWD towed into a service center because he noticed a clicking noise while driving and the upper oil pan was damaged and leaking. The mechanics found that the front prop shaft joint had failed and disconnected from the differential, the oil pan was not actually leaking but was damaged externally, the engine oil cooler was leaking and the rear differential was leaking. In order to correct these issues they would need to replace the prop shaft assembly, replace the seal behind the oil cooler and replace the seal on the rear differential. The total cost of this repair came to $754.06, all of which was covered under the A La Car Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • While driving his 2009 Chrysler Sebring, Warren G. noticed the transmission slipping. Turns out, the cause for the slipping was both a leaking transmi

    While driving his 2009 Chrysler Sebring, Warren G. noticed the transmission slipping. Turns out, the cause for the slipping was both a leaking transmission pan gasket and a leaking differential pan gasket. We paid $412.37 to replace both of these gaskets as Warren is protected with our Full Coverage contract.

  • Richard T. took his 2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK500 into a service center because the right rear quarter window made a loud noise when rolling down. The s

    Richard T. took his 2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK500 into a service center because the right rear quarter window made a loud noise when rolling down. The service center informed Richard that they would need to replace the right rear window regulator. The cost of repair including parts and labor; $1,099.42. Typically, this would be a “strain on the pocket book” for anyone, but Richard wasn’t worried with the cost knowing he had purchased one of Alpha’s Full Coverage, Vehicle Service Contracts with his vehicle.

  • Barbara took her 2009 Nissan Titan XE/SE/LE in to a service center when she noticed her Exhaust was leaking. They found that the driver’s side Exhau

    Barbara took her 2009 Nissan Titan XE/SE/LE in to a service center when she noticed her Exhaust was leaking. They found that the driver’s side Exhaust Manifold had cracked and that the Mid Pipe had corrosion holes. In order to fix the issue they would need to replace both of these parts, costing a total of $810.56. Had Barbara not purchased our Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Plan, she would have been held accountable for the repair.

  • Denis B. took his 2006 Lexus GS 300 into a service center because the brake pedal was low to the floor. The mechanics found that both rear brake cal

    Denis B. took his 2006 Lexus GS 300 into a service center because the brake pedal was low to the floor. The mechanics found that both rear brake calipers were frozen and would need to be replaced. The total for this repair would come to $676.43, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Contract he purchased with his vehicle.

  • Hugo took his 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS into a service center when the traction control and check engine lights came on. The mechanics found that the

    Hugo took his 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS into a service center when the traction control and check engine lights came on. The mechanics found that the vehicle had a weak fuel pump and would need to be replaced. This repair would have cost Hugo $613.46 had he not purchased our A La Car Contract with his vehicle.

  • While driving her 2004 Toyota Sienna, Sylvia B. noticed that the air conditioning was not blowing cold air. After taking her vehicle in for repairs, s

    While driving her 2004 Toyota Sienna, Sylvia B. noticed that the air conditioning was not blowing cold air. After taking her vehicle in for repairs, she learned that the compressor was leaking and needed to be replaced. We paid $467.50 to repair Sylvia's vehicle as she is protected with our A La Car contract.

  • Robert S. took his 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS 500C into a service center because the vehicle was making noise when going over bumps or making turns. The m

    Robert S. took his 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS 500C into a service center because the vehicle was making noise when going over bumps or making turns. The mechanics determined that both the front lower ball joints were worn, causing this noise. Both lower ball joints would need to be replaced in order to fix the problem, costing a total of $580.76. The entire cost of this repair was covered under the Alpha Tiered Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Mona took her 2003 BMW X5 3.01 into a service center because the air conditioner was blowing warm air. The mechanics found that there was internal fai

    Mona took her 2003 BMW X5 3.01 into a service center because the air conditioner was blowing warm air. The mechanics found that there was internal failure of the compressor. In order to fix the issue, they would need to replace the compressor and expansion valve. The total cost of repair was $864.36, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract he purchased with his vehicle.  

  • William S. took his 2007 Dodge Quad Cab SLT in for repair because it was getting difficult to make a turn and every time he would do so, a whining n

    William S. took his 2007 Dodge Quad Cab SLT in for repair because it was getting difficult to make a turn and every time he would do so, a whining noise would come from the front end. In addition to this problem he had an oil leak. The service center found that the Power Steering Pump had failed and the Rear Main Oil Seal was leaking. In order to fix these issues they would need to replace the Power Steering Pump and replace the Crankshaft Seal. The total cost of repair would be $858.06. Luckily, William had purchased an Alpha Tiered, Full Coverage Plan which in return covered the cost of these repairs.

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