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Protection Plans

We offer a wide range of protection plans designed to give you added peace of mind. Select from six plans to get the most out of your Volvo experience.

Protection plans designed around you

We care about the safety and well-being of all our owners. That's why we created plans to offer added protection for those troublesome, unexpected events. With more savings, convenience, and value at your fingertips, we've got the plan for you.

For more information, view the brochures below:

Choose the plan that works for you

Prepaid Maintenance Plans

Begins after your Complimentary Factor Scheduled Maintenance Contract expires. Acquire at time of purchase or anytime provided your vehicle meets requirements.

Vehicle Service Contracts

With three coverage levels we've got you protected. Depending on the age and mileage of your vehicle, you can choose up to six additional years of protection or up to 120,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Certified by Volvo Service Contracts

Certified by Volvo now offers a Platinum coverage in a variety of terms, up to 10 years, protecting your investment and giving you the ultimate peace of mind.

Volvo Protection Plan

Offers protection against common risks that can occur during every day driving. Provides 4 levels of protection that can be customized to your needs: Tire & Wheel, Cosmetic Wheel, Dent repair and Windshield replacement.

Appearance Protection Plans

Avoid the expense of repairs, dents, dings, rips, and tears with a choice of two coverage levels as well as optional cosmetic alloy wheel protection plans.

Wear Protection Service Contract

Designed to enhance the first three complimentary factor scheduled maintenance services, providing you with a worry free ownership experience. Includes wipers, brakes, wheel alignment, key protection and more!

Volvo VIP Gap


It's called the "gap". It's the difference  between the Amount Owed on your Retail  Installment Sales Contract/Lease Agreement  and the Actual Cash Value of your vehicle at  the time of a Total Loss. If your car is determined to be a Total Loss, this "gap" could translate  into thousands of dollars that you would still  owe after the settlement from the auto insurance company.

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