I bought a new car on Saturday. When I was doing the financing, the guy did the hard sell on me to buy an extended warranty. "$3,200 retail, we'll sell it for $2,900." Their final offer ended up at $2,400. It is good for 84 months, 70,000 miles. It kicks in after the factory warranty of 36/30,000 expires. "Bumper to bumper" but there are several listed exclusions. I had not research this at all. The guy said I could cancel within 30 days if I wanted to. So I went ahead and got it. I got home and started reading all the negative comments about Fidelity Car Warranty company. How things weren't covered, how the company dicked people around, how it was hard to get their money back, etc. I took the comments with a grain of salt. A lot of the complaints were dealing with how people had not read the contract. And I figured that people that it worked for didn't go on the internet to sing the praises. People usually only take the time and effort to post something when they are pissed off. The other selling points of the deal is that if I don't use it at all, after the seven years, I can get all my money back but $50. It also will convey if I sell the car. So, has any one ever bought an extended warranty? But more importantly, has any one ever successfully used one to fix something on a four or five year old car, and felt like they had gotten their money's worth out of the deal?