Tire & Wheel Protection

Tire & Wheel Protection

What is Wheel and Tire Protection?

Wheel and tire protection is a type of insurance or warranty that covers damage to your vehicle’s wheels and tires. This can include damage from road hazards such as potholes, nails, and curbs, as well as wear and tear from normal driving.

Types of Wheel and Tire Protection:

There are several different types of wheel and tire protection available, each with its own coverage and benefits. Some common types include:

Tire and wheel replacement

 This coverage will pay to replace your tires and wheels if they are damaged by a covered event.

Tire repair 

This coverage will pay to repair your tires if they are punctured or damaged in a minor way.

Cosmetic wheel coverage

This coverage will pay to repair or refinish your wheels if they are scratched or scuffed.

Road hazard coverage

This coverage will pay for damage to your wheels and tires caused by road hazards such as potholes, nails, and curbs.

Benefits of Wheel and Tire Protection

There are several benefits to having wheel and tire protection, including:

  • Peace of mind: Knowing that you are covered in case of damage to your wheels and tires can give you peace of mind.
  • Financial protection: Wheel and tire protection can save you a lot of money if you need to replace or repair your wheels and tires.
  • Convenience: If your wheels or tires are damaged, wheel and tire protection can make the repair process easier and more convenient.

Who Should Consider Wheel and Tire Protection?

Wheel and tire protection is a good option for anyone who wants to protect their investment in their vehicle’s wheels and tires. It is especially important for people who:

  • Drive in areas with a lot of potholes or other road hazards
  • Have expensive wheels or tires
  • Drive a lot of miles

Important to Remember:

  • Wheel and tire protection is not a substitute for proper tire maintenance. You should still regularly check your tire pressure and tread depth, and rotate your tires according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Be sure to read the terms and conditions of your wheel and tire protection plan carefully before you buy it. Understand what is covered and what is not, and what your deductible is.