I bought a car from a small car lot in February, and purchased the Eagle Warranty for the engine and transmission which would last for 90 days. I noticed problems with the transmission and took it to an auto store to have it checked, all before the 90 days ran out.
The auto store called Eagle Warranty and told them about the problem with my car. They then called me and said the company had voided my contract because the previous owner had changed the rims on the car from 14 inches to 16 inches.
I was sold a warranty that was useless from the beginning. The rims on the tires have nothing to do with the transmission going out. The car never would have been purchased if it was known that the warranty was never good in the first place.