|03-12-2013 10:41 AM|
|r1ch999999||oh, and I have 4000 miles so tread depth isn't really an issue|
|03-11-2013 09:36 AM|
|r1ch999999||Boston, where I was, has a policy like that. I will be filing a claim later. The wheel is ok, at least it appears so. The chunk that was out of it is barely noticeable now, so I'm impressed they did a good job. They also didn't charge me as much as advertised, which is good.|
|03-11-2013 09:21 AM|
Here is a link to the policy:
Thankfully I have not had to use it yet.....
|03-11-2013 08:41 AM|
In Ontario, Canada if your tire is destroyed due to a pothole, you can request to have your tire replaced by the government. You obviously have to prove somehow that the tire was destroyed due to a pothole, and then submit the receipt to have it paid back.
Check your area to see if such a legislation exists.
|03-10-2013 10:46 PM|
however, i recommend OP contacts the city since they are liable for the damage. if not, have a lawyer contact them and they'll settle.
|03-10-2013 10:25 PM|
|03-10-2013 09:26 PM|
|03-10-2013 09:05 PM|
|Deftmetal||There have been a couple of people that have had theirs break. I'm sure someone else just got a new set and has an odd number of stockers lying around|
|03-10-2013 09:00 PM|
|Budderybunz||pics or it didnt happen|
|03-10-2013 08:29 PM|
|r1ch999999||yeah, I'm working on that|
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