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Southampton Used Cars: Used Car Warranties

When signing for a warranty, know exactly what it covers. Extended warranties generally cover repairs for a longer period than the manufacturer's drive train warranties. Used car warranties are available from main dealers.  All used car dealers must post a "buyers guide" in the window of each vehicle for sale. There is no specified time period for implied warranties. When a dealer sells a vehicle with a written warranty or service contract, implied warranties are included automatically. Any limit on an implied warranty's time must be included on the written warranty. Most new cars are sold with a three-year/36,000-mile warranty.

What's covered by the warranty of a used car depends on the car and what the company has offered. A full warranty includes the following: anyone who owns the vehicle during the warranty period is entitled to warranty service. Warranty service will be provided for free. Most used car warranties are limited, and their coverage varies. Some parts or systems may be covered by a full warranty, while others are covered by a limited warranty. If you opt for a service contract make sure the service contract on the used car does not duplicate the warranty coverage. The service contract covers all parts and systems. There are many variations of warranties that can cover a used car. If you are unclear about a warranty ask your dealer and he will answer any questions.

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Southampton, Pennsylvania is an unincorporated community in Pennsylvania, situated in the South-Eastern tip of Bucks County. Upper Southampton Township has embraced industry and development, but retains a certain small-town feeling despite rapid growth in the post-war years, and again in the 1980s and 1990s. It is located 18 miles North, from the center of Philadelphia. The town is within the zone of Centennial School District, and is served by William Tennent High School, located in nearby Warminster, Pennsylvania. Southampton is a namesake of Southampton, England, the seaport from which adventurous followers of William Penn sailed to the Province of Pennsylvania.

By 1685, Southampton was recognized by the Provincial Council as a township, and the lands within its borders had been allocated to thirteen original purchasers. Southampton's boundaries at that time extended eastward to Bensalem, and it was not until 1929 that the township was divided into "Upper Southampton" and "Lower Southampton". Its immediate bordering towns are now Feasterville, Huntingdon Valley, Warminster, and Churchville. The railroad arrived in the 1870s and brought with it many changes. "Southamptonville" was shortened to Southampton, and farmers now had a faster and more efficient way to market their milk and produce. Tradesmen and craftsmen opened shops along Second Street Pike, and residents began commuting into Philadelphia. Changes continued through the 20th Century. Electricity and telephone lines were installed, and Street Road has been widened (1969-1970) and a railroad overpass constructed, necessitating the removal and/or demolition of the toll house, several shops and residences. Public education began in the mid 19th Century and one-room schoolhouses once stood at Street Road and Gravel Hill, and on County Line Road just west of Buck Road. Southamptonville's former one-room schoolhouse has been enlarged to such an extent that it is no longer recognizable as such, but stands in its original location on the south side of Street Road near the railroad overpass. The Original "Southampton High School" was later converted and expended into Shelmire Elementary School (Now First Children Academy) when the new Centennial School District's William Tennent High School was built in 1953.

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