- 1 How do I check my Michelin TYRE warranty?
- 2 How does warranty work on tires?
- 3 How do I claim my Costco tire warranty?
- 4 Do Michelin tires have a road hazard warranty?
- 5 How does a Michelin tire warranty work?
- 6 How long do Michelin tires last on average?
- 7 Do tire warranties cover blowouts?
- 8 Is a tire bubble covered under warranty?
- 9 What happens if your tires wear out before warranty?
- 10 How does Costco tire warranty work?
- 11 What is covered under a tire warranty?
- 12 Do you need an alignment after replacing tires?
- 13 What does a road hazard warranty cover?
- 14 What are the top 5 tire brands?
- 15 Is there a recall on Michelin tires?
How do I check my Michelin TYRE warranty?
Call us at 1800-103-6424 (Monday – Saturday, 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM). You can also send us a message and we shall get back to you as soon as possible.
How does warranty work on tires?
The workmanship and materials warranty protects the consumer from any defects in the manufacturing or materials used in the tire. If a workmanship or manufacturing failure comes up within the first 2/32nds of an inch of tread, most manufacturers will replace the tire free of charge.
How do I claim my Costco tire warranty?
To qualify for this warranty:
- You must be the original purchaser of the tires.
- You must have purchased the tires from Costco Wholesale.
- You must present the original purchase receipt and tire to a Costco Wholesale Tire Center.
Do Michelin tires have a road hazard warranty?
Road hazard damage is covered only under specific guidelines for MICHELIN ® Self-Supporting Zero Pressure (ZP) tires, and PAX tires. Always refer to the applicable warranty booklet for specific information.
How does a Michelin tire warranty work?
All MICHELIN ® tires 4 (both replacement and original equipment) come with a limited warranty for treadwear, as well as a limited warranty which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first.
How long do Michelin tires last on average?
Though five years is the basic, you can enhance the longevity of your tire by maintaining doing regular tire rotations, proper air pressure, and finally vehicle maintenance. So, now you can understand that the Michelin tires can last for 10 years, depending on the usage.
Do tire warranties cover blowouts?
Tires are not covered under the car manufacturers warranty, but by the tire maker – but only if the problem is caused by a defect. If you ran over something which caused the blowout, the tire and wheel problem is your responsibility. Some dealers sell additional tire & wheel warranties which would have covered this.
Is a tire bubble covered under warranty?
If the bubble is the result of a manufacturing defect, your manufacturer warranty should indeed cover the replacement or a pro-rated replacement of your bad tire. The vast majority of tire bubbling is the result of a road hazard impact while driving or poor tire maintenance.
What happens if your tires wear out before warranty?
If your tires wear out before you reach that number, the manufacturer may give you a pro-rated refund for the difference between the miles promised and the miles delivered. To be eligible for a claim under this type of warranty, the tires must have worn evenly and must be down to the final 2/32nds of tread.
How does Costco tire warranty work?
All passenger, performance and light truck tires sold through Costco Wholesale are covered by a 5-year Road Hazard Warranty * protecting customers against tread wear damage and tire failure. ** Replacement tires will be provided in the form of credit toward purchase, determined by remaining tread analysis.
What is covered under a tire warranty?
Unlike most consumer products that offer a 3-, 6-, or 12-month warranty, tire warranties cover tires for multiple years, typically until your tires reach a certain mileage or tread depth. They cover things like tread life, workmanship, materials, and uniformity.
Do you need an alignment after replacing tires?
We recommend an alignment after the installation of new tires. This helps you get the most life from your new tires. Wheel alignment checks are always advised after a significant impact or uneven tire wear is detected.
What does a road hazard warranty cover?
The protection covers damage to tires due to road hazards during normal driving. In other words, if you get a flat caused by a nail, glass, or other road debris, the company promises to repair or, if necessary, replace the tire.
What are the top 5 tire brands?
Top Tire Brands
Is there a recall on Michelin tires?
Michelin is voluntarily recalling certain sizes of its MICHELIN ® LTX® M/S 2, MICHELIN ® X® Radial LT2 and MICHELIN ® LatitudeTM Tour tires. Michelin is recalling approximately 100,000 tires in order to retrieve an estimated 2,500 tires (about 2.5% of the recalled population).