How To Transfer Mopar Vehicle Protection
One of the best features of a Mopar Vehicle Protection Plan is how it can add value to your vehicle if you decide to sell it. A prospective buyer will most certainly pay more for a vehicle with a factory backed warranty than one without. The new owner can purchase the vehicle directly from you and drive home with factory backed protection, just as if they purchased the vehicle from a dealership. However, the transfer of coverage must be done correctly and in a timely manner.
The information on this page is given to assist you in the transfer process. Contract language may change on a State by State basis or over time. In general, the information here describes the process for most Mopar Vehicle Protection plans and the older Chrysler Service Contracts. Please refer to you Plan Provisions paperwork prior to initiating a transfer.
The original purchaser may authorize transfer of coverage, provided the extended warranty has not been canceled. Coverage cannot be transferred to a dealer and can only be transferred in a private-party sale directly from the original owner to the new owner. Remaining Plan coverage may be transferred to the first subsequent purchaser of the vehicle AT TIME OF VEHICLE SALE ONLY. Thereafter, the Plan is non-transferable and non-cancelable.
Applies to the state where the Plan was purchased
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Step 1 - Pay off anything owed on the plan
If the extended warranty was purchased using a payment plan, the payment plan must be paid in full before the coverage can be transferred.
Step 3 - Mail the transfer form, with payment, within 60 days.
Mopar Vehicle Protection
P.O. Box 2700
Troy, MI 48007-2700
Transfer requests will not be processed:
- Without the signature of the owner for whom these Plan Provisions were originally issued
- If received after 60 days from the date of vehicle ownership change