No Warranty? No Thanks
If you haven't been plagued with the scam calls warning about "your car's extended warranty," count yourself lucky. They are relentless.
But sometimes, spending a bit more on a warranty is worth it, because it provides peace of mind and protects against unexpected expenses such as product failure or damage. Snagging that warranty can also save you from the financial burden of having to repair or replace expensive items. Here are nine items that should have a warranty, whether it comes with the product or is added to it.