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Just been reading the 'year in '  thread and was just wondering  if anyone has bought an aftermarket  warranty and successfully claimed for work to their Evora? I noticed there are a few warranties available which even cover wear and tear ? Ive not looked into costs 

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Pay a bit more, buy from a main dealer and get a one year warranty that covers everything. Not sure if all Lotus dealers offer this but one in Surrey does.  Justin 

I had asked this question a year ago when my dealer warranty expired after some research and comments from forum members I concluded better to save the money in a fund pot and pay out of that rat

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Pay a bit more, buy from a main dealer and get a one year warranty that covers everything. Not sure if all Lotus dealers offer this but one in Surrey does. 

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I had asked this question a year ago when my dealer warranty expired

after some research and comments from forum members I concluded better to save the money in a fund pot and pay out of that rather than taking out a third party or dealer extended warranty. 

warranties Can be difficult to claim as the main things you want covering are not so to me it’s seems a pointless thing to take out.

i have AA garage cover as part of my breakdown cover and this will cover parts and labour up to £500 so for some things it softens the blow a wee bit 

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The problem is that 3rd party warranties have so many exclusions, T&C's and limitations that they're generally not worth it. The main costs with these cars are wear-and-tear based anyway so it wouldn't be covered.

Put £50-100 a month in a slush fund instead.

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