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Which one of these statements is true about a "bumper-to-bumper" warranty.
A. Normal wear and tear is NOT covered by the warranty.
B. All expenses except gasoline and routine oil changes are covered by the warranty.
C. Every part and system is covered without exception.
D. All parts and systems are covered except those controlled by computer chips which require an extended warranty.

i think its D?

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asked by kells
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  2. It is D

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  3. Its D, All parts and systems are covered except those controlled by computer chips which require an extended warranty. I work with my dad when he was working on cars

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  4. Sorry its not D

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