Calculator: How was remaining coverage calculated?
How did AutoCheck calculate the remaining warranty coverage of the
AutoCheck uses the following information to calculate the remaining
1. The Original Manufacturer Warranty provided by J&L Warranty
2. Estimated Start Date of Warranty: the date of the first title
or registration found in the Detailed Vehicle History on your AutoCheck Vehicle History Report. If this date is not available, January 1st of the Vehicle’s
Model Year is used
3. Last odometer reading reported to AutoCheck
4. The date the report was run
Events not accounted for in Warranty Check:
1. Some vehicle history events may void the Original Manufacturer
Warranty. These events, even if included on the Vehicle History
Report, are not yet accounted for in Warranty Check. Examples include:
a. Severe accidents resulting in Salvage, Junk, Rebuilt, Dismantled,
Loss due to fire, Hail damage, Flood damage or Canadian Total Loss
b. Mileage related problems resulting in a Not Actual Mileage title,
Exceeds Mechanical Limits title, or validated odometer rollbacks
c. Manufacturer Buybacks
2. Other events might extend Original Manufacturer Warranties.
At this point, these events are also not taken into account in Warranty
Check. Examples include:
a. Extended warranties - even if reported to AutoCheck
b. Manufacturer Certified Vehicles - even if reported to AutoCheck
How to Use Warranty Check:
The AutoCheck Warranty Check helps you assess how much coverage may
be left in the original manufacturer warranty of a particular vehicle.
The remaining coverage reported is only an estimate and is not necessarily
honored by the vehicle manufacturers.