autopom! Vehicle Protection Plans Cover Costs of Subaru Repairs
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Extended vehicle warranties help drivers cover the cost of unexpected car repairs.

LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Californer -- Subaru remains one of the most popular vehicle brands on the market, but it can come with hefty repair costs. Extended vehicle warranty plans help drivers cover some of these unexpected repairs. autopom! is a provider of Vehicle Protection Plans, an affordable and convenient alternative to extended vehicle warranties.

Like a Subaru extended warranty, an autopom! Vehicle Protection Plan will help drivers pay for repairs beyond regular maintenance. autopom! offers single-year and multi-year vehicle protection contracts that include roadside assistance, rental vehicle assistance, nationwide breakdown coverage, and repair shop choice. autopom! customers also get an added benefit: support from autopom!'s award-winning agents.

"We take pride in providing excellent customer service," says Mike Jones, president and CEO of autopom!. "Agents are available to help drivers select the right plan and file their claims."

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autopom! has been lauded by, Google, and TrustPilot. Plan pricing varies by year/make/model and mileage. Free quotes for a Subaru vehicle can be requested by visiting or by calling 1.800.724.8141.

About autopom! autopom! is a BBB accredited, A+ rated marketer of vehicle protection plans offering vehicle service contracts in most states nationwide.  In California, autopom! dba autopom! Insurance Services LLC (CA DOI Lic.#0I13220), sells mechanical breakdown insurance to California residents. When your original manufacturer warranty, extended auto warranty, or used car warranty is about to expire, autopom!'s team of licensed agents can help you find a protection plan designed to protect your vehicle and your budget. Learn more about autopom! and request a free quote by calling 1.800.724.8141 or by visiting

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