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Eligibility limited to car electronics purchased in the last 60 days
Upsie accident protection covers damage to your device from drops, including cracks and broken hardware. Limited to accidental protection plans.
Unlimited Claims up to the Purchase Price of Your Device
Work with one of our certified repair shops near you or request to take your device to your shop of choice.
Buy & Activate Your Warranty
Say no to an overpriced store warranty when you purchase your GPS, subwoofers or other car electronics. You can buy an Upsie Warranty for your new or used equipment up to 60 days after purchase. Activate your Upsie coverage by uploading a picture or copy of your electronic receipt in your account.
Upsie warranty coverage extends the manufacturer warranty. We may direct you to the manufacturer if your electronic is still being covered under the manufacturer warranty.
Make a Claim
Talk with our US-based claims center 24/7/365 to file your claim. A real person will walk you through the claim and let you know on that call if the claim is covered.
Common answers to frequently asked questions
Is there a limit to the number of claims I can make on my car electronic device?
We will cover an unlimited number of claims up to the purchase value of the car electronic. Example, If you have a car electronic with a purchase value of $499.99, and it costs us $149.99 to repair it, then you would have $350.00 remaining in claims.
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