Jeff's Auto Repair's Tire Warranty


  1. You must be the original purchaser of the tires.
  2. You must have purchased the tires from Jeff’s Auto Repair.
  3. You must present the original purchase receipt and tire to Jeff’s Auto Repair.


  1. The Purchaser must rotate and balance their tires as outlined by the vehicle
  2. The Purchaser must operate their tires at inflation pressures outlined by the vehicle
  3. The Purchaser must keep all mechanical parts that effect tires in proper working


  1.  “Road Hazard Failure” is defined as a tire that becomes unserviceable due to cuts,
    non-repairable punctures or impact damage. Jeff’s Auto Repair Wheel repair tires
    with tread-face injuries in accordance with established RMA (Rubber Manufacturers
    Association) standards.
  2. This warranty covers road hazard failures in Passenger, Performance and Light Truck
    tires purchased from Jeff’s Auto Repair.. This warranty is valid for sixty(60)months from the
    date of purchase or when the tire reaches 4/32 of an inch or less in remaining tread depth
    regardless of age. When a tire has 4/32 of an inch or less in tread depth, it is considered
    worn out.
  3. This warranty provides credit based upon remaining usable tread at the time of
    failure due to road hazard.
  4. Credit is determined on a prorated basis, the amount of credit is the same as the
    percentage of usable tread remaining.
  5. “Usable Tread” is defined as the original tread depth of a tire less 4/32 of an
    inch (tread wear indicators).
  6. This Warranty is a promise under certain conditions to give credit on a prorated basis
    towards the purchase of a new tire. This warranty does not imply that tires sold by Jeff’s
    Auto Repair meet certain specifications or cannot fail. This Warranty does not replace or
    modify any original tire manufacturer's warranty on material and workmanship.


  1. A tire that is damaged / failed due to vandalism.
  2. A tire that is damaged / failed due to an accident.
  3. A tire that is damaged /failed due to commercial use.
  4. A tire that is damaged /failed due to racing.
  5. A tire that is damaged / failed due to Off-Road use.
  6. A tire that is damaged / failed due to snow chains or studs.
  7. A tire that is damaged /failed due to rapid or irregular wear.
  8. A tire that is damaged / failed due to wear from worn mechanical components on the vehicle.
  9. Tires transferred from the vehicle on which they were originally installed.
  10. Loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use of vehicle or consequential damage. Somestates don’t allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply.


  1. Have the air pressure in your tires checked by a tire professional at least once a month.
    Serious injury may result from tire failure due to under inflation.
  2. Always request that the air pressure in your tires be set to the tire or vehicle
    manufacturers specifications.
  3. Do not overload your vehicle. Serious injury may result from overloading your vehicle.
  4. Fix-a-flat products should be avoided if possible. These products can make a tire non-
  5. If you are purchasing less than four tires, mount the new tires on the rear of the vehicle.
    It is recommended to have your lug nuts re-tightened 25 miles after your tires are serviced
    or replaced.
  6. Request that your tire and rim assemblies are hand torqued with a calibrated torque
    wrench to the vehicle manufacturers specifications