Tires


Honda Authorized Tires Purchased at Route 22 Honda Service Come With 12 Months of Road Hazard Coverage.



  • 12 Month Road Hazard Coverage
  • 100% Replacement*
  • Flat Tire Repair Coverage (Up To $20 per Occurrence)
      See Route 22 Honda Service for details



YOU MUST PRESENT YOUR ORIGINAL INVOICE SHOWING THE PURCHASE OF THE TIRE.
This Road Hazard Program is extended only to the original purchaser of the tire, and not to anyone who may purchase the vehicle or tires during the term of this Road Hazard Program. THIS PROGRAM COVERS ONLY THE TIRES LISTED ON YOU ORIGINAL INVOICE AND ANY TIRES REPLACES UNDER THIS PROGRAM ("Eligible Tires"). This Road Hazard Program covers Eligible Tires for a term is 12 months from the date of purchase of your tires, (Coverage Period") or until 2/32" or less of tread remains, whichever occurs first. The Program Coverage Period is based on the date indicated on your original purchase invoice. Repair or replacements of tires does not extend the Coverage Period or begin a new coverage period.


Road hazard damage is damage that occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise, or break incurred during the course of normal driving on a road maintained by the state or local authority. Nails, glass and potholes are the most common examples of road hazards.

Where You Can Obtain Service:
You must return to the original selling Dealership where the tire was purchased. If you are unable to return to the original Dealership, contact the Program Administrator at 1-866-588-0743 for assistance locating the nearest participating Dealership.

What You Must Do To Obtain Service:
1. If you have a tire that has been damaged due to a road hazard as defined above, return to the original Dealership to have your tire examined.
2. If the Dealership determines that the tire is repairable, they do not need to contact the Program Administrator for prior approval to repair the tire. It will be repaired as described below under Flat Tire Repair.
3. If the Dealership determines that the tire cannot be repaired and may be eligible for coverage under this Program, the Dealership will contract the Program Administrator for claim authorization.
4. You must sign the repair or replacements invoice and give a copy of the original invoice to the Dealership. The tire being replaces must be surrendered to the Dealership.
5. You are responsible for any and all charges not covered as described below.

Flat Tire Repair: If your tire is damaged due to a road hazard as defined herein, and can be safely repaired, the tire must be repaired at the Dealership where you purchased the tires (except as noted above). The repair will be covered for up to $20.00 per tire, per occurrence. You are responsible for any additional charges beyond $20.00 including, but not limited to, mounting, balancing and taxes. The Road Hazard Program for this tire will remain in effect for 12 months from the date of purchase of the tire, or until 2/32" of less tread remains on this tire, whichever occurs first.

Tire Replacement Terms: If during the 12-month term a tire covered by this Road Hazard Program is damaged due to a road hazard and cannot be safely repaired, and there is more than 2/32" tread remaining, it will be replaces by the Dealership with an exact make/model of tire, if available. If not available, a comparable quality tire will be installed. You are responsible for any additional charges including, but not limited to, mounting, balancing, and taxes. Tires replaced under the Road Hazard Program will be eligible for coverage for the remaining original coverage period. Replacement of tires shall not extend the coverage period.


The following are excluded from coverage:
  • Any damage to a tire that is considered cosmetic.
  • Damage covered by manufacturer warranties or recalls, and damage covered by insurance.
  • The Michelin PAX System, PAX Tired, and tires and wheels of similar construction and purpose.
  • Any tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and/or devices and components associated with TPMS.
  • Tires that have be retreaded, recapped, regrooved, remolded, tubed, or repaired in a manner other than per manufacturer's guidelines.
Coverage excludes any damage that occurs from:
  • Off-road use (off-road use is described as driving on anything that is not a paved or driving on a gravel road maintained by the state or local authority).
  • Collision, fire, vandalism, theft, snow chains, manufacturer's defects, abuse and neglect (e.g. improper application, improper inflation, brake lock-up, wheel spinning, torque snags, etc.).
  • Mechanical failures (e.g. failed shocks, struts, alignment, balancing, etc.) or interference with vehicle components (e.g. fenders, exhaust, springs, etc.).
The following vehicles are not eligible for coverage:
  • Any vehicle used for farm, ranch, agriculture, or off-road use.
  • Any motorcycles, trailers, emergency service vehicle, and vehicle used for hire, commercial towing, construction or postal service.
  • Vehicles with a manufacturer's load rating capacity greater than one-ton.
  • Any vehicle with a load capacity of one-ton or greater designed for, built for or used in a private recreational or commercial application including, but not limited to, Class A (or Type A) Motor Homes and Class C (or Type C) Motor Homes.
  • This Road Hazard Program covers only tires clearly listed on the original purchase invoice, identified by the listed part/SKU numbers, and tires damaged while on the vehicle.
Consequential and incidental damages are excluded.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, therefore such limitations may not apply. No express guarantee is given other than as states herein. This Road Hazard Program gives you specific legal rights; you may have other rights, which vary from state to state.

If you are unable to provide the original purchase invoice, this Road Hazard Program becomes null and void.
The Program Administrator reserves the right to deny any claim submitted with false or misleading information, or any claim submitted in which the original invoice does not clearly identify the original purchaser, vehicle, mileage, and tires.