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Old 12-07-2012, 02:44 AM
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Originally Posted by kath00 View Post
Oooooooooooooooo-h. I didn't realize that. Never mind then. I'll be passing on it also.
Be advised that insurance covers damage to wheels, including curb rash, and replacement of damaged tires (flats, bubbles) that have a specified amount of tread depth remaining. Depending on where you live, this insurance could possibly save a lot of money. In other words, insurance may be a good investment if you live in an area where road conditions are somewhat poor or are subjected to winter conditions. Based on what you said was your cost, $1,000 could be one wheel or two tire replacements. One other thing to consider if you stick with the run flats is that flat tires on those means a new tire...most tire repair shops and dealers won't repair a flat on a run flat.
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