Ok, my 2004 Oldsmobile Alero has 120,000 miles on it and is paid off. Lately (past few months) I have been investing money (approx. 1,500) in fixing it up because I sort of left my car in an increasing state of neglect and I actually want to keep my car because I really don't like the idea of making any car payments. Anyway when I bought the car just about 6 years ago and the initial warranty which came with it which covers drivetrain, engine, transmission, gaskets etc is due to expire. The company offering the insurance called this evening and offered me an extention on the policy for another 5 years or 100,000 miles which includes roadside assistance, free of charge towing and a rental in the event of any breakdown either covered or uncovered on the vehicle. The idea is alluring, however, the extended warranty costs approximatly 2,000, and will be broken down into payments.
Would you take it if you were me?
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