ASP Extended Coverage
Learn more about ASP and their extended coverage plans, which allow truck drivers to reduce downtime, and ensure truck protection. Below is a summary of ASP’s “Going Under Coverage” Newsletter Issue, which expands on the following information.
ASP and Policy Controlling
Jennifer Mowen, Manager at ASP, explains what controlling is in her section of the newsletter titled, “A Peek Behind the Controller Curtain.” Mowen states that, “Controlling works hand in hand with other areas of ASP, including development of product lines, ensuring profitability by supporting competitive pricing processes, and engaging with Operations to troubleshoot contract changes.” DTNA and their Dealer Network work together to provide a product that can outcompete other extended coverage options. The advantage is that there are added benefits of
ease of use with warranty filings/pre-approval on covered repairs that save customers time and money.
The Value of Extended Coverage
- Protect not only your truck, but your business and future
- Have trucks for extended periods of time, so keeping your truck on the road and making money with minimal disruptions is necessary
- Extended Coverage is transferable to the next owner if the truck is sold with no fees
- Protection from missing deadlines
- Fleets are covered by the manufacturer of their trucks and engines which means they are protected by the exact kind of coverage they need based on how hard the trucks are worked
- Extended Coverage is a fixed cost in the monthly payment, so fleets can lock into prices for repairs, rather than paying the growing costs which have continued to become more and more expensive
- Protection from unnecessary downtime
- Repair work is already approved and fleets can count on parts being available across the Freightliner/Western Star national service network. This diminishes that waiting time, which can take away hours of work and loss in business
When you purchase your next truck, ask your sales professional about ASP extended coverage options.