Tires-Easy is happy to provide our customers with Free Road Hazard Protection for passenger and light truck tires! Below is a summary of the coverage, however full coverage details and documentation are in the Tires-Easy.com Road Hazard Warranty Terms & Conditions.
Road hazard damage occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise, or impact break incurred during the course of normal driving, on a road maintained by state or local authority. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards that can cause damage to your tire.
The coverage provides reimbursement for flat tire changing assistance, flat tire repair and/or tire replacement, up to the original purchase price of the tire, or the replacement tire price, whichever is less. Not to exceed a maximum of $299.00 (“Benefit Limit”) during the Coverage Term, when an eligible tire is damaged by a road hazard. Additional charges including, but not limited to, mounting, balancing, taxes, shop supplies, and miscellaneous fees are not reimbursable.
● Under no circumstances will the eligible reimbursement amount exceed the Benefit Limit.
● Program Administrator reserves the right to limit reimbursement to the generally accepted retail replacement costs.
● You must pay for all charges incurred for service, repair, and/or replacement and submit a claim for reimbursement of eligible expenses.
● To submit a claim, you must present your original invoice showing the purchase of the tire(s) from Tires-Easy.com, and provide the road hazard warranty numbers provided on your original invoice, when the tires were purchased, and submit a copy of the repair or replacement invoice.
● You must follow the full instructions provided in the Road Hazard Terms & Conditions, or your claim may be ineligible for reimbursement under the Program.
YES! Tires-easy is paying for your initial road hazard protection on passenger and light truck tires purchased through the Tires-easy website on September 6, 2016 or after.
In the event you have a flat tire and need changing assistance, flat repair or tire replacement, please refer to the Full Road Hazard Terms & Conditions. You may also contact the Program Administrator at 1-877-216-4442.