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Another Warranty Pays Off

1/16/2019

If you have ever purchased agricultural equipment, chances are, you've considered protecting such a large investment. At the end of the day, the cost of a warranty is a small price to pay when it guarantees you will get the coverage you need.
 
The Cenex Total Protection Plan (TPP) makes protecting your investment an easy choice. It gives you peace of mind - great insurance. It can save you from untimely breakdowns and expensive repairs. A person doesn't know how great the protection is until something happens.

In this instance, Bob Pray was faced with a fuel pump issue on his 9560 John Deere. Thankfully, his Cenex Total Protection Plan was able to cover the pump, as well as the labor. Bob has three tractors and one combine on the Cenex Total Protection Plan and takes care of his equipment on a regular maintenance schedule, while making some repairs himself during the off-season.

The Cenex Total Protection Plan truly is the best warranty program of its kind for agricultural equipment. Several issues have been detected prior to damage with the help of the maintained oil scans and testing. It is a great warranty program for both new and used equipment and the plan is extremely simple. 

If you would like more information on the Cenex Total Protection Plan, click here or contact Myron Lefor at 605-448-2231.

 

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