- 1 How does Michelin treadwear warranty work?
- 2 How do I check my Michelin TYRE warranty?
- 3 What is a treadwear warranty?
- 4 How do I warranty My Michelin tires?
- 5 Why do Michelin tires wear out so fast?
- 6 How does warranty work on tires?
- 7 How long do Michelin tires last on average?
- 8 Do Michelin tires have a road hazard warranty?
- 9 What is the Michelin Promise Plan?
- 10 Is cracking on tires normal?
- 11 How do you calculate prorated tires?
- 12 How many miles should tires last?
- 13 Are there any recalls on Michelin tires?
- 14 How do I register my Michelin tires?
- 15 Why do Michelin tires dry rot?
How does Michelin treadwear warranty work?
All MICHELIN ® tires4 (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 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.
What is a treadwear warranty?
A tread life or mileage warranty is the most well-known type of tire warranty. If your tires come with this type of warranty, the manufacturer will replace the tires at a prorated* value if the tire tread wears out before it’s supposed to.
How do I warranty My Michelin tires?
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MICHELIN PROMISE PLAN, PLEASE CALL MNA CONSUMER CARE AT 1-800-847-3435. A product warranty is a commitment to the consumer from both the manufacturer and the dealer.
Why do Michelin tires wear out so fast?
They were designed by the manufacturer of your car. If your new car came with a set of Michelins, Michelin made the tire but they made it to the specifications set by your car manufacturer. This is because virtually all auto manufacturers specify very soft rubber which means they wear out too fast.
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 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 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.
What is the Michelin Promise Plan?
60-day Satisfaction Guarantee If you’re not 100% satisfied with your new tires, just bring the tires and original sales receipt back to the place where you bought the tires within 60 days of your purchase and we will gladly exchange them for a new set of tires of equal or lesser value.
Is cracking on tires normal?
Tire – cracking is common on tires that don’t get driven that much, like trailers, motorhomes, classic cars, collector, performance cars, grandma’s, and the church van. That’s because tire rubber contains antiozonant, a chemical additive that slows tire cracking by protecting it from harmful UV rays and ozone.
How do you calculate prorated tires?
Your pro rata cost for the replacement tire is determined by multiplying the percentage of mileage received (75%) by the current purchase price for the replacement tire (ex. $130.02) Example calculation is: 75% x $130.02 = $97.52.
How many miles should tires last?
As a general rule, the original tires on a new vehicle or quality replacement tires should last up to 50,000 miles. However, many factors will have a significant impact on any tire’s life and may substantially shorten its life expectancy.
Are there any recalls 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).
How do I register my Michelin tires?
- Call or text. 1-866-866-6605.
- It’s easy to reach us. We want to hear from you. If you have questions or comments about tires for your vehicle, fill out this form. Email us.
- Chat with us. 8am – 7pm EST (Mon-Fri) and 9am – 1pm EST (Sat).
Why do Michelin tires dry rot?
Tire sidewall deterioration is caused by the tire’s exposure to pollutants in the air, particularly ozone, and, as Robert Lanenga noted in the comments, UV exposure. And as the process continues over time the age of the tire influences just how severe that deterioration will be.