TIRE REPLACEMENT COVERAGE:
If a tire covered by this road hazard protection plan becomes unserviceable due to a road hazard during the useable tread life of the tire, it will be replaced with a comparable new tire. If available, an exact make/model replacement will be installed. If not available, a comparable quality tire will be installed. Under no circumstances will the coverage exceed the maximum value imprinted on the validation stamp(s). You are responsible for any additional charges including but not limited to mounting, balancing, taxes and miscellaneous fees. When a tire failure occurs in the first 25% of useable tread wear, and in the opinion of the servicing dealer the tire cannot be safely repaired, the tire will be replaced with coverage up to the original purchase price of the tire(s) or the replacement tire cost, whichever is the lesser. After the first 25% of useable tread wear the covered amount is calculated based on the consumed useable tread wear and the original purchase price of the tire(s) or the replacement tire cost, whichever is the lesser. When a tire is worn down to 2/32” (tread wear indicators) the tire is considered worn out and is not eligible for any adjustment. IF YOU DESIRE TO MAINTAIN THE ROAD HAZARD PROTECTION ON THE REPLACEMENT TIRE, YOU MUST PURCHASE A NEW ROAD HAZARD PROTECTION PLAN FOR THE TIRE.
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
The following vehicles are not eligible for coverage: Vehicles with a manufacturer's load rating capacity greater than oneton. Any vehicle with a load capacity of one-ton or greater designed for, built for or used in a private recreational or commercial application including but not limited to Class A (or Type A) Motorhomes and Class C (or Type C) Motorhomes. Any emergency service vehicle, any vehicle used for hire, towing, construction or postal service. Any vehicle used for farm, ranch, agriculture, or off-road use. Coverage excludes any damage that occurs from off-road use (off-road use is described as driving on anything that is not a paved or gravel road maintained by the state or local authority). Coverage excludes damage from collision, fire, vandalism, theft, snow chains, manufacturer’s defects, abuse and neglect (e.g. improper application, improper inflation, brake lock up, wheel spinning, torque snags, etc.). Also excluded are damages caused by mechanical failures (e.g. failed shocks, struts, alignment, balancing, etc.) or interference with vehicle components (e.g. fenders, exhaust, springs, etc.). Also excluded are any tires that have been retreaded, recapped, regrooved, remolded, tubed, or repaired in a manner other than per manufacturer’s guidelines. This road hazard protection plan only covers tires that are clearly listed on the original purchase invoice, identified by the listed DOT numbers, while on the vehicle as detailed on the original purchase invoice, and you are the original purchaser. CONSEQUENTIAL AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, therefore such limitations may not apply to you. No expressed guarantee is given other than that stated herein. This protection plan gives you specific legal rights; you may have other rights, which vary from state to state. The program administrator reserves the right to cancel this protection plan by refunding the original purchase price to the purchaser. IF YOUR ORIGINAL PURCHASE INVOICE DOES NOT HAVE THE PROPER VALIDATION STAMPS ATTACHED OR IS LOST OR STOLEN THIS ROAD HAZARD PROTECTION PLAN BECOMES NULL AND VOID. You may cancel this protection plan by returning to the original selling dealer and surrendering the validation stamps within 10 business days for a full refund of the amount paid for the road hazard protection plan. If a tire covered by this road hazard protection plan is replaced for any reason, the coverage for that tire(s) ceases. A new road hazard protection plan may be purchased for the replacement tire. The administrator reserves the right to deny any claim submitted with false or misleading information, or any claim submitted where the original invoice does not clearly identify the original purchaser, vehicle and tires including DOT numbers of covered tires. All claims must be submitted within 60 days of service or your claim may be denied. All claim documentation, including the tire(s) if requested, must be submitted within 60 days of service in order for claim to be considered for reimbursement.