Tire & Wheel
Extending your vehicle’s coverage is the best hedge against unexpected repair costs. The peace of mind knowing you are protected from a large claim which may be devastating to your monthly budget is invaluable. We customize our service agreement programs and terms to emphasize the best value to our customers. Some of our contracts include numerous road side and towing benefits aswell. Any of our Vehicle Service contracts are good in all 50 states plus Canada.
Since 1990 Portfolio has tracked repair costs on every make and model of vehicle sold in the United States.
Your Portfolio Protection service contract delivers exceptional value and convenience:
Aerosol spray paint
Road de-icing materials
Hard water spots
All consumable food
● No need to write and mail checks
● Smaller automated payments are easier.
● Simplify your budgeting
● Improve cash flow
● Pay off home mortages up to 7 years faster
● Pay off auto loans up to 8 months faster
● Early payoff reduces interest charges*
● Eliminate late fees
*Interest reduction does not include plan fees. In some instances, fees may exceed interest reduction.
● Own your car sooner
● Own more when you sell or trade.
VIN etching is the permanent engraving of a vehicle’s federally registered vehicle identification number (VIN) onto its windshield and windows. VIN etching is often seen as a deterrent to thieves because it not only makes it nearly impossible for thieves to profit from selling windows and windshields, but it also makes it more difficult for thieves to find a way to dispose of the vehicle once it has been stolen. As a result, VIN etching is recommended by police and insurance agencies to protect against auto theft.
Cars and trucks are usually stolen for one of two reasons, resale value or individual parts. Before selling a stolen vehicle a thief would have to replace the VIN-etched glass, a time consuming and expensive task. And, if a thief tries to sell the parts from a vehicle for profit, the VIN-etched parts are a higher risk for both the thief and the disreputable auto parts seller. Therefore, the reduced profit and high risk associated with stealing a VIN-etched car make it a less likely target for auto theft.