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Ford Now Offers Off-Roading Warranty in the U.S.

Ford introduces its specialized Off-Road Coverage in the U.S., providing enhanced protection for vehicles driving on rugged terrains.


  • The coverage provides protection against tire and wheel damage, minor windshield issues, and small dents on the vehicle’s exterior.

  • This Off-Road Coverage is only available on Ford Broncos and Ford Bronco Sports.

  • The vehicle should have been purchased within the last three years and should have less than 36,000 miles on it to be eligible for this protection plan.


Ford’s dedication to ensuring the longevity and safety of its vehicles extends to those who love to venture off the beaten path. To cater to this segment, the company has introduced the Ford Protect Off-Road Coverage. This specialized insurance is tailored for the unique challenges presented by unpaved terrains such as sand, gravel, riverbeds, and other natural surfaces.

2023 Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Edition | Photo: Ford

The Off-Road Coverage is an optional add-on to select Ford Protect plans and models (Bronco and Bronco Sport). It provides comprehensive protection against typical off-road issues like tire and wheel damage, minor cracks and chips in the windshield, and small dents and dings on the vehicle’s exterior. Customers can integrate this coverage with the TireCARE, TireCARE Plus, TripleCARE, or TripleCARE Plus plans. Notably, TripleCARE plans offer coverage for the removal of dents and dings within specified limits, excluding certain body panel materials.

2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition | Photo: Ford

For eligibility, the vehicle should have been purchased within the last three years and have clocked less than 36,000 miles. Those interested in availing or adding this coverage can contact their dealer for further details and confirmation.

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However, like all insurance plans, there are certain exclusions. For instance, TireCARE does not cover damages from abnormal wear or road conditions in construction zones. DentCARE excludes dents larger than four inches or those that can’t undergo the Paintless Dent Repair process. WindshieldCARE has limitations as well, not covering front windshield replacements or damages beyond specific limits.

2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition | Photo: Ford

Canadian eligibility is still unconfirmed, and pricing for the total coverage package is also unconfirmed.

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