NTP provides new coverage for reefer units

July 10, 2017
National Truck Protection Inc (NTP), a leading independent provider of extended service contracts to the trucking industry, announces the launch of new coverage plans for self-powered refrigeration units on medium-duty trucks.

National Truck Protection Inc (NTP), a leading independent provider of extended service contracts to the trucking industry, announces the launch of new coverage plans for self-powered refrigeration units on medium-duty trucks.

The new plans provide essential protection for these refrigeration units covering both diesel components as well as the compressor. This new extended service plan is designed for Carrier and Thermo King Units and will provide extended coverage for up to two additional years. Buyers can add this coverage to their drive-train service plans and receive a complete package of comprehensive protection.

This new refrigeration plan provides coverage for 28 internally lubricated engine components contained within the refrigeration unit, as well as coverage for the compressor. NTP’s claims organization will provide the same 24/7/365 service for these units as it does for all of its other diesel and specialized service contracts.

The NTP refrigeration package will be widely available as an add-on to the company’s NTP and ATP branded products. These products are available at NTP authorized commercial truck dealers and resellers throughout the United States.

For more information, go to www.atpwarranty.com.

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