That's a negative...
Originally Posted by TGray5
I don't recall any mention of it, but any reason to get out of paying will work for them I suppose. The ironic thing is going to Non RF's would reduce their liability exposure to damaged wheels and bubbling sidewalls.
A non RFT will buckle when flat and possible cause damage to the rim which is much more expensive to replace than the tire. Besides, warranties as a whole become null and void when you go away from OEM.
This is true in every industry.
2013 535i Space Grey, Biege, M-SPort, Premium, Tech, Cold Weather, Luxury Seating, PDC, 6MT ED-10/11/2012 - PCD Redelivery-12/14/12