Common elements that are NOT covered by the manufacturer’s warranty:
- Any damage to a tyre that occurred as a result of using the tyre for any other reason that it was designed for.
- Any road hazard injuries or damages caused by obstacles or debris, such as cuts, punctures (whether repairable or not), snags, bruises, tears, abrasions or impact breaks.
- Improper repairs or repairs that have failed.
- Improper inflation or other maintenance abuse such as balancing and wheel alignment not being done every 10 000 kms.
- Improper application of the tyre size and/or specification.
- Improper mounting/dismounting procedures or tyre assembly balance.
- Mechanical irregularities in the vehicle or wheel, such as bent wheel assemblies, misalignment, defective brakes, defective shock absorbers, worn or faulty components.
- Accident, corrosion, vandalism, fire or damage caused by nature.
- The use of fillers, sealants, balancing substances and external treatments or materials of any kind.
- Tyres with ride disturbance complaints that have more than 1mm treadwear.
- Tyres transferred from the original vehicle on which they were originally installed.
- Tyres that have been re-treaded, re-grooved or not repaired in an approved manner.
- Tyres which have been modified by the addition or removal of material or any tyre intentionally altered to change its appearance.
- Tyres used in racing or other competitive motor sport events.
- Flat spot caused by improper transport or storage.
- Tyres that the trademark, serial number or D.O.T number is worn or shows signs of having been tampered with.
Should you feel that your tyre has suffered any manufacturing defects (eliminating the above), please visit a Tiger Wheel & Tyre near you for further inspection.
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