The actual language of the contract says "extended service contract". It has nothing to do with regular maintenance. The contract states that covered items will be repaired/replaced for the life of the contract with the customer only liable for the per incident deductible, if there is one. In the case of the Mopar Maximum Care contract, it's "exclusionary", meaning everything is covered except a very few defined items, such as brake pads, wipers, cosmetics, etc.Not to torture a point, but MaxCare is definitely a warrant and not a service contract.
They have the best warranties but the warranty before this was basically the same with a few exceptions, one of the biggest difference was that its lifetime with a $100 deductible, but no key fob program. I got this warranty on my 2017 altitude and on my sisters 2012 liberty and with the liberty the warranty already paid for $4000 in parts and labor from problems.If you read the fine print of the MaxCare warranty, you will see that in addition to covering all the non-wear items on the vehicle, they also cover up to THREE lost key fobs, including: