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Elon Block

Anyone here on the TECHNET program?

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Hi everyone,

 

I'm looking for feedback and specifically what experience you've had with the
warranty portion of the TECHNET program.

 

Have you used it? Have your customers used it? What is the response

time for towing, for example, when the customer used the nationwide coverage?

 

Have you had out-of-town customers referred or towed to your shop because
you are a TECHNET shop?

 

What has been the process been like for submitting a claim? Was it easy?

Were you reimbursed in a timely manner?

 

What about the road hazard warranty? Anyone selling their road hazard
warranty program?

 

Any information on your experiences would be helpful.

 

Thanks!

 

 

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