f1geek wrote: ↑Fri Sep 09, 2022 9:59 pm
I use Tire Rack and get great customer service ( and the right tires).
so how does that work? they show 3 steps: select, order, ship
does a non corporate shop work the best to have it installed?
does the free road hazard really work?
In my case I used a corporate shop and paid about $100 extra for hazard insure for a $600 set of [treadwear score 700] Yokohamas because they are going to last 5 years
easily. And in that time it's quite possible to hit something that will ruin the tire. I already hit a nail (in 4K mi) really close to the non-repair zone at edge of tread. But I think I can be anywhere in USA and get a free replacement in the event a tire is ruined. Then I'd expect 2 because of the car's requirement to replace both on same axle at the same time. This is what would make me concerned using an online shop and road hazard coverage. Which by reading their terms, lasts just 2 years and requires lots of hassle online and email....