Lots of people consider that, when they purchase a used car warranty, they’ll feel much safer about the risks they take by purchasing a second hand car. If that’s your opinion as well, I advise you to buy this type of warranty only if you have no shocks about the coverage. The content of those documents varies widely, but usually there are two main kinds of coverage: mechanical breakdown coverage and comprehensive coverage. No matter what car or truck warranty you choose to buy, it should still cover the majority of the important car parts: the engine, the electrical system, the suspension and also the gearbox. You shouldn’t expect the warranty to incorporate protection against paint or bodywork damage, against light problems and even oil leaks. That’s because these problems are usually regarded as caused by “wear and tear”.