I had a Penn Warranty on an old van that did not want to die. It was good and paid for a transmission and a rebuilt engine eventually. It is for vehicles with over 100,000 miles on them.Sorry for the loss of your wheels, UB, it is truly a kick in the pants when machines let us down.
My 2011 Chevy Traverse was just turning over 110,000 kms. when it blew a timing chain ( there are 3 of them! ), which required an engine overhaul ( blessedly covered under warranty ). 1 month later the engine quit ( threw a rod ) and I have to wonder if the re-build / re-install was to blame; in any event, they put a new block in ( again, under warranty ) and she's run fine ever since ( now sitting at 270,00 kms. ). I wanna keep her as my dive chariot, as it's ideally suited and has suffered a lot of bumps n' bruises from hauling my gear around.
The warranty for the drive train was 160,00 kms. and the timing chain failed at 154,000 - sometimes ya get lucky.