1. Show that your vehicle's service records are current and indicate that the vehicle was maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's maintenance schedules. In the event service records are unavailable, Nissan may require the vehicle to be inspected and serviced at an approved repair facility at the owner?s expense to ensure the vehicle has been properly maintained.
2. Request the transfer within 30 days of the change in ownership.
3. Fill out completely and sign the Transfer Certificate found in your VSC or PMA or in a sample VSC or PMA and submit with a $50 transfer fee ($25 in AZ, CA and WA; $40 in FL; $0 in NH) to NESNA, P.O. Box 685004 (A-4-F), Franklin, TN 37068-5004. A new VSC or PMA will be mailed to the subsequent owner upon Nissan?s receipt and successful processing of all requested material.
Please contact your selling dealer or Nissan Consumer Affairs at 800.647.7261 Opt 5 for a Transfer Certificate Form if one is needed.
No, but your old Security+Plus agreement is transferable to the next owner if you sell your old vehicle. You can also cancel your old policy and apply any refund toward the purchase of a new Security+Plus agreement, provided any lien has been satisfied.
Your vehicle will be worked on by factory-trained technicians and Genuine Nissan Parts will be used to help maintain your vehicle's reliability and value. A Security+Plus PMA also ensures your protection from future parts and service price increases, and since all Security+Plus PMAs have no deductible, you get an outstanding value to go along with expert Nissan service.
3 out of the 4 plans available offer the identical service recommended by Nissan in your Service and Maintenance Guide.
You can go to any participating Nissan dealer.
A Mechanical Breakdown is defined as the inability of a covered part(s) to perform the function(s) for which it was designed, due solely to defects in materials or faulty workmanship.
Note: Mechanical Breakdown does not include damage due to negligence, damage caused by an accident, or the gradual reduction in operating performance due to wear and tear. In addition, this plan does not provide any benefit for any mechanical failure or breakdown caused by a non-covered part.BACK TO TOP
Take your vehicle to the closest Nissan dealer. Once the problem has been diagnosed, they will advise you whether the repair is covered.
Call (800) 225-2476 for 24-hour national roadside assistance. Should a mechanical breakdown occur when you are 100 miles or more away from home, emergency travel/trip interruption is also provided. Refer to your VSC for complete details.
Obtain a Cancellation Request from your authorized Nissan dealer, and have it signed by both you and the dealer. Mail the form to NESNA, P.O. Box 685004 (A-4-F), Franklin, TN 37068-5004. If you are unable to go to an authorized dealer, send a letter requesting a cancellation to NESNA or fax the request to 615-967-3445. You must include the date and mileage at the time of cancellation. If you financed your service agreement with the vehicle, the cancellation refund will be sent to the lien holder, unless you include proof of loan payoff. Allow 4-6 weeks for the cancellation to be processed.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the descriptions provided, but the actual VSC or PMA controls if there is a conflict, and the customer should read his or her VSC or PMA carefully.