Until the Mustangs, I never purchased this type of protection before. I finally did with both Mustangs, mainly based on all concerns about the MT-82 that nearly broke the internet circa 2010-2015. I have both the service plan and the extended warranty on both cars. The service plan has been great, all I do is drop off the car(s), they change the oil, filters, wipers-things of that nature. I pick it up, sign on the bottom line and drive off. No fuss, no credit cards, no nothing.
The extended warranty really hasn't done me any good-yet-on either car. Both regular warranties have expired, and the only warrantable concern I have had with either car has been the bubbling paint on Kona. The dealership ended up making it right on their own accord, and only charged me the $100 which I would have had to have paid if the extended warranty had actually covered it itself.
The tire plan I didn't buy, as it probably wouldn't have been worth the paper its printed on. I mean, tires wear, do they not? Regardless of when the plan is invoked, your still going to have to pay percentage of the bill to replace the tire that was punctured, cut (etc) and if the entire set of tires were old enough, you'll have to replace the other 3 tires to have a matched set age wise. You can rest assured the plan isn't going to replace the other 3 non-damaged tires. I haven't looked at the plan but I also would think they would insist on OEM tires, and it was really worth it to me to just go ahead and purchase my own Michelins instead of that Pirelli junk our cars come with (ymmv of course).
Hers:2012 Mustang GT Premium,6M,Kona Blue Exterior/Charcoal Interior, 400A, HID/Security Pkg ,Comfort Pkg.
[COLOR="DimGray"][B]His: 2014 Mustang GT Premium,6M,Sterling Gray Exterior/Charcoal Interior,400A, Reverse Sensing/Security Pkg, Comfort Pkg SMR# 3635