Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP)
Essential protection for your vehicle loan ‐
and your finances.
If your vehicle is deemed a total loss due to an accident or theft, there can be a significant gap between what you owe on your loan and what your auto insurance will cover. Guaranteed Asset Protection may help make up the difference.Visit a Branch
Mechanical Repair Coverage (MRC)
Essential protection against unexpected
Mechanical Repair Coverage may help limit unexpected covered repair costs as your vehicle ages, potentially saving your budget from future unexpected repair costs. What’s more, it can be used at any authorized repair facility in the U.S. or Canada.Visit a Branch
The Car-Buying Process
Looking to buy a car, but feeling lost on what steps to take? We’re here to help. View a step-by-step process on how to buy a car with Orlando Credit Union’s guide to the car-buying process.Learn More
Mechanical Repair Coverage is provided and administered by Consumer Program Administrators, Inc. in all states except CA, where coverage is offered as insurance by Virginia Surety Company, Inc., in NH, where coverage is provided and administered by Consumer Program Administrators, Inc. dba Consumer Warranty Program Administrators, in TX, where coverage is provided and administered by Consumer Program Administrators, Inc. dba The Administrators of Consumer Programs (TX License #175), in FL and OK, where coverage is provided and administered by Automotive Warranty Services of Florida, Inc. (Florida License #60023 and Oklahoma License #44198051), and in WA, where coverage is provided by National Product Care Company and administered by Consumer Program Administrators, Inc., all located at 175 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois 60604, 1-800-752-6265. This coverage is made available to you by CUNA Mutual Insurance Agency, Inc. The purchase of Mechanical Repair Coverage is optional. This document provides general information about Mechanical Repair Coverage and should not be solely relied upon when purchasing coverage. Be sure to read the Vehicle Service Contract or the Insurance Policy, which will explain the exact terms, conditions and exclusions. Coverage varies by state. Replacement parts may be new, used, non-OEM or remanufactured.