With tire and wheel protection by Thompson Toyota, you`re insured for legitimate claims no matter how many times you run into a problem. We repair your tire if it is damaged, and if your wheel does not hold a seal, we replace it. Note: Tire and wheel protection is optional, cancellable (see contract terms) and is not required to obtain credit. T&W protection covers damage caused by conditions defined as permissible road hazards and affecting the performance of the tyres/wheels when the tyre does not maintain air or plug the wheel with the new tyre; such failures may prevent the maintenance of the manufacturer`s atmospheric pressure specifications. Note: Road hazards are generally defined as debris on a public roadway such as nails, glasses, potholes, stones, tree trunks or other objects or conditions that are not normally found on the roadway. To protect your warranty, we recommend that you check the air pressure at least monthly. Tires must be turned 5,000 miles and rebalanced. The rotation is free with a certificate of purchase of tires. This is an example of coverage.
See the agreement for full terms and conditions. Replacement costs are based on the manufacturer`s recommended selling prices for a 2015 Toyota Camry. N.Y. Ins. Law § 7902(k) (McKinney 2006) is of paramount importance to the investigation presented. It defines a “service contract” as: trust that you will be supported by the strength and stability of Thompson Toyota service. While you can`t predict a tire or wheel problem, you can handle it more easily. Protect tires and wheels from the daily dangers of the road. Unlimited claims: Without limitation of the number of claims covered, the coverage of the replaced tyres is maintained for the duration of the contract, provided that they comply with your manufacturer`s size specifications. With Tire & Wheel Protection Platinum, we help you keep your tires, wheels and budget intact with protection available for up to 6 years. A New Hampshire-based company informed the department that it was involved in the sale and maintenance of tire and road “warranty” contracts.
These contracts were marketed by car dealers and offered reimbursement for the costs of repairing or replacing tires damaged by road hazards. . . .