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Tire Protection is a valuable product choice that ensures peace of mind and saves vehicle owners from unanticipated expenses, with benefits such as:
- Covers unlimited repairs of the covered tire and a limited number of replacements.
- No mileage limits on tire coverage.
- Covers associated repair costs, such as mounting and balancing.
- Offers your customers worry-free protection with no deductible on tire claims.
Tires are necessary components for vehicles to work on a basic level. Tire Protection ensures the customer that tire-related problems will be promptly and affordably fixed if they arise.
Common Questions About Tire Protection
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Tire Protection is a strategic investment that provides comprehensive coverage on new tire purchases against unforeseen damages caused by common road hazards like potholes, nails, and glass. With a zero-dollar deductible, it eliminates the out-of-pocket expenses related to tire repair or replacement, including mounting, balancing, valve stems, and associated taxes. Beyond monetary savings, it ensures the safety and peace of mind of your customers, guaranteeing minimal disruptions to their travel plans.
Tire Protection is designed to foster worry-free vehicle ownership. Whether your customers are commuting, traveling, or running day-to-day errands, they can drive with the confidence that their covered tires are shielded from unexpected damages. This protection translates to heightened customer satisfaction, as they are spared from unanticipated costs and delays.
Yes, while Tire Protection offers extensive coverage, it does not cover damages to wheels or any cosmetic damages. Tires with less than 3/32″ tread depth at the lowest point at the time of damage are also excluded from the coverage.
- Does not cover damage to wheels, cosmetic damage, or towing costs.
- Does not cover damage to tires with less than 3/32″ tread depth at the lowest point on the tire at the time of damage.