An extended warranty provides a longer warranty on your machine beyond the period that comes with original warranty for your equipment. It includes all the genuine OEM parts and the service performed by factory trained technicians that your original warranty covers.
It protects you against the expense of unexpected repairs. Also, resale value is higher, because the plan can usually be transferred to the new owner.
Add your extended warranty to your financing when you purchase any eligible equipment. You can purchase your extended warranty any time during the warranty period at standard new equipment rates. You can even add an extended warranty up to four months after the base warranty expires*. New equipment plans can be transferred to a new owner, which can boost its resale value.
Used equipment that is less than seven years old and has less than 7,000 hours at the time of registration** can usually be covered. An oil test for equipment with over 1,000 hours determines final eligibility. Most brands are eligible for coverage.
Finance It—Payments can be financed through retail installment contracts. Charge It—For Case equipment, you can charge your extended warranty to your CNH Revolving Account. Ask about a credit line increase to accommodate your extended warranty payments. Lease It—Add extended warranty to your lease agreement.
Discounts are sometimes available for equipment covered by government contracts. Ask if your equipment qualifies.
* A surcharge may be added to the new equipment rate once the warranty period expires, and failures that occur within the first 30 days after registration may not eligible for reimbursements.
** Reimbursement rates vary with the type of equipment and equipment manufacturer.
PDI provides comprehensive coverage to repair or replace eligible equipment in the event of direct physical loss or damage.
Covered perils include, but are not limited to: collision, overturns, earthquake, theft, fire, tornado, flood, vandalism, hail, wind, ingestion of foreign objects, and vermin infestation.
When renting equipment, you are responsible for any damage that occurs to the unit during the rental period. Most brands of new and used construction equipment rented through Diamond Equipment are eligible for Loss Damage Waiver, which helps protect rented equipment against most causes of direct loss or damage during the period of an equipment rental contract.
Covered perils include, but are not limited to: collision, overturns, earthquake, theft, fire, tornado, flood, vandalism, hail, and wind. Note: Ingestion of foreign objects is not a covered peril.