Workmanship & Materials Warranty
A Workmanship and Materials Warranty protects buyers from issues or defects within the manufacturer’s control. This includes issues like irregular wear, tread separation or broken belts within the tire. If you submit a claim within 24 months of purchase and the tire has more than 75% of its original tread, they will usually replace it free of charge. Beyond that, you are compensated based on the prorated life of the tire.
Claiming Your Tire WarrantyHere are some basic guidelines to follow to make sure you are able to claim your tire warranty:
- Keep the original receipt from when you purchased your tires.
- Follow the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance guidelines, including regular tire rotations and alignments. Always keep your receipts/invoices as proof of service.
- Keep your tires properly inflated. We recommend checking your tire pressure manually at least once a month.
- Regularly inspect your tires for damage or uneven wear. Make sure all tire repairs are completed according to Tire Industry Association (TIA) guidelines.