So True Joe P!
>"...you simply can't check everything" (in life! & stuff happens in an imperfect world- set your expectations accordingly)
> know your Starmark coverages (for yourself)
>a used car will not be perfect and you will need to spend some of your own $ (warranty or not)
> a new car will not be perfect and you will need to spend some of your $ (warranty or not)
>all cars represent an additional financial risk over and above the cost of acquisition
> after all is said it is up to you to maintain the car to your own comfort and standards regardless of warranty non-coverarages or what not
I've had great experiences with Starmark.
'94 E500 Starmark
'94 E320 Coupe Starmark
'92 300e (too old for Starmark)