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Received my Toyota manufacturer's 7 yr / 100,000 from Warranty Shack



Half of my warranty shack purchase has arrived. My 7 year / 100,000 mile warranty arrived in the mail from Toyota Financial so everything is cool. I’m just waiting on my Pre-paid maintenance vouchers to arrive then I won’t have to worry about anything for my car for the next 4 years. Hellz yeah.

Verdict on buying Toyota warranty and prepaid maintenance: Warranty Shack is legit

I am pleased to report that my purchase of the Toyota pre-paid maintenance plan and the Toyota 7 year / 100,000 mile extended warranty that I purchased from Warranty Shack — a.k.a. Toyota of Greenfield in Massachusetts — is going well. My check was cashed and and I received the receipt and original paperwork. The vouchers will come to me straight from Toyota in a few 2 weeks. In the confirmation letter I received from the dealership they make their profits by sales volume. That’s why I’m blogging about it.

Final costs were $875.00 for the pre-paid maintenance and $990.00 for the 7 year extended warranty. Total outlay $1865.00. That is a princely savings of $785 when compared to the $2,650 price tag at City Toyota in Daly City, CA.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) in California


Today around Los Altos I saw a plug-in hybrid Prius parked outside. It had some flyers posted on the windows touting 100 MPG. The owner saw us looking at his car and he desperately wanted to give us a flyer. Maybe he gets a commission.

According to the driver, converting your Prius to PHEV costs approximately $10,000 and it can be done by somebody in San Francisco. He also added that within Toyota recently stated that converting to PHEV does not void your entire warranty. I have not verified the validity of those claims.

CalCars is a California website with PHEV information.

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