With today’s road conditions why not consider a road hazard policy on your tires. for a small price you can purchase an insurance policy to protect your tire investment.
What is Covered:
Radial passenger and light truck tires that fail as a result of a non-reparable cut or puncture or run flat as a result of a cut or puncture. if the tire fails during the first 2/32nds of wear, it will be replaced at no charge. if the tire fails after the first 2/32nds of wear, it will be replaced on a prorated basis.
- A new tire valve must be purchased with a road hazard policy except when the car has a tire pressure monitoring valve.
- The original tire must be presented to obtain a replacement tire.
- If the original tire is discontinued, it will be replaced with a comparable tire.
- If the original tire fails out of the area and is replaced, the original tire must be returned to a wholesale tire & auto store to receive a credit for the original tire.
- This road hazard policy does not cover the tire balance, new valve or tire disposal for the replacement tire.
- This road hazard policy does not transfer if your car is sold.
What is not covered:
- Improper inflation
- Snow stud damage
- Mechanical wear
- Wreck or collision
- Snow chain damage
- Improper mounting
- Brake lock
- Cosmetic damage
- Improper repair
- Blemished tires
- Ozone or weather cracks
- Bias tires
- Chemical or fire damage
- Rapid or irregular wear
Also, Tires Can Not:
- Be used in a commercial, industrial or agricultural application.
- Be sold to a wholesale customer.
- Be purchased through a government or national account.
- Re siped or regrooved.
- Be used in a racing application.
- Be used on a police or emergency vehicle.