ROAD HAZARD WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
CONDITIONS OF THIS WARRANTY
- You must be the original purchaser of the tires or have a copy of the original invoice.
- You must have purchased tires and/or warranty from Motor Home Tires or an approved dealer.
- You must keep your tires balanced as outlined by the vehicle manufacturer.
- You must operate your tires at inflation pressures outlined by the vehicle manufacturer.
- You must keep all mechanical parts that affect tires in proper working condition.
WHAT IS COVERED
- Up to two of the Shielded tires will be replaced free of charge with the same make and model or equivalent value tire if the original make and model are not available. If an equivalent value tire is not available, Motorhome Tires will only cover a portion of the cost equal to the original tire sale price.
- This warranty is valid for 12 months from the date of the Tire Shield Contract, or until the tire reaches 1.6 mm (2/32 of an inch) or less in remaining tread depth regardless of age, whichever occurs first. When a tire has 1.6 mm (2/32 of an inch) or less in tread depth, it is considered worn out and this warranty does not apply.
- "Road hazard failure" is defined as a tire that becomes unserviceable due to cuts, non-repairable punctures, or impact damage.
- Taxes, Mounting, Balancing, and service charges on the replacement tire.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to vandalism.
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to a collision with another vehicle or object.
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to racing.
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to off-road use.
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to snow chains or studs.
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to rapid or irregular wear. (IE: Alignment)
- A tire that is damaged/failed due to wear from worn or improperly - adjusted or -maintained mechanical components on the vehicle.
- Tires transferred from the vehicle on which they were originally installed.
- Loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use of vehicle, or consequential damage except where and to the extent prohibited by law.