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What is the Tire & Wheel Protection?

A flat tire can leave you feeling deflated. It's a good thing Tire and Wheel Road Hazard Protection provides coverage in the event of damage to your tires or wheels as a result of road hazards such as metal, nails, glass, debris, potholes, blowouts and others.

How this plan helps you

You're ready to roll with the Tire and Wheel Protection in the event of damage to your tires or wheels as a result of road hazards.

Tire and Wheel Coverage

  • Provides coverage on new and used vehicles in the event of damage due to road hazards such as glass, metal, potholes, debris, nails, blowouts, etc.
  • 100% coverage on approved tire and wheel damages due to a road hazard.
  • Up to $100 of towing expenses included in the event of road hazard.

Key Features

  • Repairs or replaces flat tires or wheels due to road hazard.
  • No limit on claim benefits; covers replacement tires and wheels for duration of term.
  • No mileage limitations.
  • Taxes, labor costs, mounting, balancing fees and valve stems are covered.
  • Zero deductible.

Benefits

  • Lowers the financial risk associated with road hazards.
  • Covers the only part of the vehicle that touches the road and the only part not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
  • Towing coverage reduces the risk of additional damage while driving on tires with low or no tire pressure.
  • Tires and wheels replaced using manufacturer tires and parts.

Coverage Exclusions May Apply

Coverage exclusions and limitations may apply, including damage to tires with less than 3/32" tread depth at the lowest point on the tire at the time of damage, and cosmetic damage to wheels and tires. Additional exclusions may apply. All transactions related to the optional Tire and Wheel Protection product are governed solely by the provisions of the Agreement. Please refer to the Tire and Wheel Protection Service Contract for details of terms, conditions, and specific coverage details, including limitations and exclusions. Coverage may vary by state.