Road Hazard Warranty
Is a Tire Road Hazard Warranty a Good Idea?
Road hazard damage is damage that occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise or impact break incurred during the course of normal driving on a maintained road. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards. These types of road hazards are not typically covered under tire manufacturers' warranties; so many drivers value the peace of mind that Tire Road Hazard Protection provides.
Many tire dealers offer some kind of optional road hazard warranty for an additional cost when you purchase replacement tires for your passenger vehicle, CUV, SUV, or light truck. These extra warranties are typically not available for heavier truck tires and tires used in commercial or racing applications. They are also not included for tires that come with new vehicles, although some car dealers will offer you their own optional coverage packages, along with fabric protection, paint sealant, theft protection and other choices, to protect your new vehicle.
Are all road hazard warranty plans the same?
No, they definitely are not the same. The cost differs, the convenience differs, and, most importantly, the coverage differs. Read on.
With a road hazard protection plan, the devil is in the details.
It's up to you to get the details before you say "yes." The best plans have uncomplicated, clear-cut explanations of what is covered and for how long.
Please see this ABS Nationwide Road Hazard Plans Benefits listed below.
*Up to $20.00 reimbursement a for a flat repair!