Guaranteed Asset Protection
How Much Does GAP Cost?
For new and eligible used vehicles, Navy Federal charges a flat enrollment fee of $399. You have the option to pay for it in a lump sum or finance it into your loan, which increases the overall cost (Note: California Active Duty and Active Reserve Duty servicemembers cannot finance the fee).
If you choose to add the fee to your loan amount, your monthly payment would probably increase by only a few dollars. For instance, on a $24,500, 60-month loan at 4.5% APR, your monthly payment would be $458 without GAP and $465 with it.
Is My Car Eligible?
GAP is available for new and existing Navy Federal auto loans. It covers most automobiles, trucks and SUVs no older than 7 years. Commercial vehicles, including ridesharing and food delivery autos, are not eligible. For more information about what GAP covers, visit our questions and answers page.
Is GAP Right for Me?
You may want to consider GAP if:
- your loan had a 0 or low down payment
- your car make and model depreciates quickly
- you drive more than 15,000 miles a year (accelerating your car’s depreciation)
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Your purchase of Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) is optional. Whether or not you purchase GAP will not affect your application for credit or the terms of any existing credit agreement you have with Navy Federal. You may choose to pay the fee in a single lump sum or you may finance it into your loan, which would increase the cost (NOTE: California Active Duty and Active Reserve Duty servicemembers cannot finance the fee). If you cancel your optional GAP coverage within 60 days of enrollment, you will receive a full refund of any fees. Additional information will be provided to you, which will include a copy of the GAP Agreement and Disclosure (NFCU23A) containing the terms of the plan. There are eligibility requirements, conditions, and exclusions that could prevent you from receiving benefits under the plan. You should carefully review the additional information for a full explanation of terms.↵