Late Model Restoration Tire Warranty -

Tire Warranty

The tires we have chosen to offer have been carefully selected for quality, performance and durability. We believe that you will not have any issues with our tires materials and workmanship during the tread life of the tire. If an issue does arise each tire manufacturer offers a limited warranty and Late Model Restoration will assist in every way possible to resolve the issue for our customer. Here are the highlights of the limited warranty. Give us a call if you need further information.

Eligible Tires
  • You must be the original purchaser of the tire
  • The tires were used on the vehicle on which they were originally installed
  • The tires are the correct size and load rating for the make and type of vehicle
  • You properly maintained and used the tire

Workmanship and Materials Limited Warranty

Late Model Restoration warrants all eligible tires in concurrence with the manufacturer’s limited warranty. Upon examination of an eligible tire Late Model Restoration will replace the tire with a comparable new tire of the same brand as follows:

  • First 1/32” worn: The tire manufacturer will replace, free of charge, any eligible tire determined to have uniformity issues.
  • Less than 25% worn: The tire manufacturer will replace, free of charge, any eligible tire when the original usable tread is worn by 25% or less and within 60 months from date of purchase.
  • More than 25% worn: Eligible tires within the 60 months from date of purchase will be prorated. The prorated tire is determined as follows: (Original usable tread worn) ÷ (Original usable tread) x (Actual current dealer selling price) All mounting and balancing costs, taxes,and any other charges are to be paid by the purchaser.
What Is Not Covered
  • Irregular or excessive treadwear due to incorrect inflation; overloading; vehicle misalignment; failure to rotate tires; and poor or defective mechanical condition to brakes, shocks, and wheels; or any other factors attributable to the vehicle or wheel.
  • Any tire that has been run with low inflation pressure or while flat.
  • Damage due to abuse, vandalism, tire alteration, tire spinning, racing, or other competitive activities.
  • Damage, corrosion, or deterioration from using oil-based chemicals, water-based sealers, balancing substances, or flammable gases.
  • Damage from improper use of tire chains
  • Tires with the DOT identification number removed or rendered illegible