Tire Road Hazard Warranty Is it Worth the Extra Expense or Not?

So you just purchased new tires for your vehicle. You spend an average of $400 to $600 for them.  This is one of those maintenance items for your vehicle that is not optional; you will need new tires for your vehicle sooner or later.  So once you get them you are set – you don’t have anything to worry about, or do you?

 

Most tires will come with a warranty, this will cover workmanship and materials and tread wear. The manufacturer will cover things which are in their control, like defects.  What they won’t cover in most cases is the condition of the roads or your inability to not hit debris in the road or potholes.

Road hazard damage is damage that occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise or impact break incurred during the course of normal driving on a maintained road. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards. These types of road hazards are not covered under tire manufacturers’ warranties; so many drivers value the peace of mind that Jack Williams Total Tire Protection Promise gives them.

So a few weeks go by and now you and a few friends are going to drive to The Crossings to do some shopping. You and your friends have a great ride down – chatting all the way about what you are going to buy, where you are going to have dinner.  The day is going great, you got some great deals and now you are ready to leave the mall and head back home.

But when you get to your car you have a flat tire! What a way to ruin a great day.  What happened?  I do remember that on the way down going through the construction I did hit that huge pot hole and we joked that we hit so hard that the song on the CD skipped.   But could that make my tire go flat?

 

Well yes it can, and this is where the Jack Williams Total Tire Protection Promise can save you money and aggravation. Jack Williams Total Tire Protection Promise is one of the best values, but not many people understand the benefits of adding this to your invoice when you purchase your tires.

Jack Williams Total Tire Protection Promise applies to the tires that you’re purchased this coverage on, and is shown on your receipt, you are the original purchaser and the original vehicle is also on your receipt. Our TTPP applies to passenger and light truck tires, which during their tread life or within the covered period of time becomes unserviceable because of a road hazard.

Our Total Tire Protection Promise is set up to protect you, from paying full price, even if you happen to get a flat or if your tire becomes unserviceable (we cannot repair the tire). We will replace your tire if a tire failure occurs because of a road hazard, within the first twelve (12) months or 12,000 miles (whichever is to the customer’s advantage) and cannot be safely repaired per the manufacturers guidelines, the tire will be replaced with a comparable tire at no charge for the tire.  We will charge you to mount the new tire and you will also have the option to purchase the protection plan for the new tire.  After your 12 months or 12,000 miles you will still be covered but you will only pay the amount of tread that you used prior to the need to replace the tire.

Jack Williams Total Tire Protection Promise also is part of a nationwide program that can provide you coverage no matter where you are. You just contact our program administrator and they will set you up with the nearest participating repair facility.  So you have peace of mind knowing that you are protected while away from you local Jack Williams Tire and Auto Service Center.

So when you come in to purchase your next new set of tires, remember to tell our staff that you would like to add that extra peace of mind, and get the Jack Williams Tire Protection Promise added to your invoice.

You will be glad that you did – I know that I was!