But David Helm, deputy editor of special sections for Consumer Reports magazine, says extended warranties are almost always a bad deal since most consumers don't have major problems with the product being covered for
the period that the warranty is offered.
So, if your home is covered for
$100,000, then you can count on an additional $50,000-$70,000 coverage for the items inside.
If you have comprehensive insurance, your vehicle will be covered for
damage or destruction.