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Archived Copies of Warranty Week
December 2002 to Today
Home Warranty Scam?
There are good extended warranty companies and there are bad extended warranty companies. One of the worst seems to have a policy of denying all claims over $100 for what at first seem like legitimate reasons, and then hiding from the angry mob behind the anonymity of its web site, toll-free number, and post office box.
November 5, 2009
Worldwide Automotive Warranties:
Sure there are good numbers for the U.S.-based automakers, but what about the rest of the world? With a few educated guesses, we're able to estimate the worldwide auto warranty number to be $36.9 billion, roughly 3.4 times U.S. figures alone. But it's different for every size of vehicle, and exchange rate and warranty duration also have an effect.
May 30, 2007
The best way to measure performance is not just by counting the number of failures or adding up the warranty costs. A better alternative is to measure how the product consumes energy to perform each of its functions, and how successfully it avoids failures caused by energy lost to friction, vibrations, or heat. In short, it's a restatement of the second law of thermodynamics.
May 31, 2005
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