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3. HOW A PRO RATA PRICE IS
The replacement tire price will be determined by multi-
plying the percentage of the usable tread worn by the
Dealers Selling Price (excluding all applicable taxes) at
the time of the adjustment or the Continental/General
brand current published Adjustment Base Price, which-
ever is lower. The usable tread is the original tread down
to the tread wear indicators (2/32nds of an inch of tread
remaining) . The Adjustment Base Price is intended to
fairly represent a Dealer’s Selling Price for the same or
4. WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THE
a.The following conditions are not covered:
Road Hazard: Cuts, snags, punctures, bruises or
impact breaks and any damage caused by puncture
or tire repair.
Ride/Vibration: After “Free Replacement Policy” (set
forth in section 2A) expires.
Tire Damage or Failure Resulting From Improper
Operation or Maintenance: Load, speed, and infla-
tion practices causing excessive operational tem-
peratures to exceed the tire capabilities.
Tire damage (including irregular treadwear) or failure
resulting from: improper mounting or demounting,
damaged rim, wheel alignment, tire trueing, chain
damage, brakes or any similar mechanical problem,
extreme temperature exposure, misuse, negligence,
and abusive driving such as tire spinning, racing or
accident damage. Tire failure resulting from intentional alterations: such
as adding a white inlay on a blackwall or sealant
Age Conditions: Weather checking/cracking cover-
age is for a maximum period of 48 months from the
date of purchase.
b. Continental/General Exclusions - Tire(s) submitted for an adjustment in service for
longer than 72 months from date of purchase*, are
not covered by this policy.
Tire(s) on any vehicle registered and normally oper-
ated outside the United States and Canada are not
covered under this Policy. For tires on vehicles nor-
mally operated outside the United States and
Canada, see the nearest Continental or General Tire
dealer or distributor for local coverage.
Tire(s) transferred from the vehicle on which they
were originally installed are not covered under this
Company does not offer tread wearout coverage up
to a predetermined mileage under this Policy. Tire(s)
used in racing related activities or competitive
events are not covered by this Policy.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MER-
CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE MADE OR IN-
TENDED BY COMPANY. COMPANY DISCLAIMS ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PAR- TICULAR PURPOSE. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WAR-
RANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURA-
TION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WAR-
RANTY. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITA-
TIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT AP-
PLY TO YOU.
NO COMPANY EMPLOYEE, RETAILER OR DEALER
HAS THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE ANY WARRANTY,
REPRESENTATION, PROMISE OR AGREEMENT ON
BEHALF OF COMPANY EXCEPT AS STATED IN THIS
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, COMPANY
DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR ALL CONSEQUENTIAL
AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. THE REMEDIES SET
FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE THE
SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR BREACH
OF WARRANTY. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LE-
GAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THIS
(1)Mileage is not warranted.
(2) Damage due to road hazards, whether repair- able or not (such as cut, snag, bruise, impact
break, bulge, puncture, improper use of tire
chains, stone drill, chip, scale) . These types of
damages or air loss always require tire re-
moval and inspection by a qualified tire
(3) Irregular tread wear or rapid tread wear due to failure to rotate the tires at recommended in-
tervals or from vehicle misalignment.
(4) Damage resulting from improper repair materi- als or procedures such as rope type plugs.
Toyo does not warrant any inspection or repair
process. The repair is entirely the responsibil-
ity of the repairer and should be made in ac-
cordance with procedures as specified by the
Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) .
(5) Damage from incorrect mounting or dismount- ing of the tire, incorrect wheel size, water or
other material trapped inside the tire during
mounting or failure to balance the tires. (6) Damage or uneven tread wear from incorrect
inflation, overloading, fire, theft, defective me-
chanical conditions such as brakes, shocks,
rims, wreck or collision, misuse,
misapplication, negligence, willful damage or
abuse, vandalism, tire alteration, tire spinning,
racing or competition purposes.
(7) Damage, corrosion or rubber deterioration due to the use of oil-based chemicals, water-
based sealers, balancing substances, or flam-
(8) Uniformity problems such as ride, balance and vibration complaints after the first 25% of
(9) Replacement of four (4) or more tires from the same vehicle will not be accepted for ride dis-
turbance complaints i.e. vibration, out of
round, out of balance, pulling, noise, due to
the unlikely event of multiple tires with unifor-
(10) Claims for weather/ozone cracking after 5 years from the date of manufacture.
(11) Any tire which has been run with low air pres- sure or while flat.
(12) Tires used in commercial service.
(13) Tires on vehicles regularly operated outside the United States. (14) Claims made by anyone other than the original
retail purchaser of the vehicle.
(15) Tires with the D.O.T. identification number re- moved or rendered illegible.
(16) Any tire not presented and available for Toyo’s inspection.
(17) Any tire for which mileage and tire rotation records are not available or verifiable.
(18) Any tires worn beyond the wear bars (less than 2/32nds of an inch of tread remaining) .
(19) Tires not supplied as original equipment on new vehicles (refer to Owner’s Manual for
(20) “T” Type temporary spare tires used at speeds over 50 miles per hour, exhibiting such
(21) Dealer service charges are not covered for routine or required maintenance of the tires
such as alignments, rotation or balancing.
(22) The cost of applicable federal, state and local taxes and fees.
(23) Retreaded passenger and light truck tires are not warranted.
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TREAD WEAR INDICATORS (WEAR BARS):Tires
contain Tread Wear Indicators (Wear Bars) in the
grooves of the tire tread which show up when only
2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) of tread is remaining.
At this stage, your tires must be replaced. Tires
worn beyond this stage are dangerous.
* Provided by and published at the request of the tire
Objects in the road that threaten a tire should be safely
avoided. These objects are potholes, glass, metal,
rocks, wood debris and the like. Unavoidable contact
should prompt a thorough tire inspection.
You may not always recall hitting an object that can
damage or injure your tires. If while driving your vehicle
experiences any unusual vibrations, ride disturbance or
noise and/or you suspect that possible damage to the
tires or vehicle has occurred, DO NOT JAM OR LOCK
YOUR BRAKES! Rather reduce your speed and drive
with caution until you can safely pull off the road. Stop
and inspect the tires. If the tire is underinflated or
damaged, deflate, remove the tire and rim assembly and
replace it with your spare. If you cannot detect a cause,
have the vehicle towed to the nearest vehicle or tire
dealer to have the vehicle inspected.
REPAIRING, MOUNTING AND
DEMOUNTING OF TIRES
Do not attempt to repair, mount or demount a tire
yourself. Tire changing can be dangerous and must be
done by professionally trained persons using proper
tools and procedures as specified by the Rubber Manu-
facturers Association (RMA) . Follow these mounting
recommendations. Your tires should be mounted on
wheels of correct size and type and which are in good,
clean condition. Bent, chipped or rusted wheels may
cause tire damage. The inside of the tire must be free
from foreign materials. Have your dealer check the
wheels before mounting new tires. Mismatched tires
and rims can explode during mounting. Also, mis-
matched tires and rims can result in dangerous tire
failure on the road. If a tire is mounted by error on the
wrong-sized rim, do not remount it on the proper rim -
scrap it. It may be damaged internally (which is not
externally visible) by being dangerously stretched and
could fail on the highway.
Old valves may leak. When new tubeless tires are
mounted, have new valves of the correct type installed.
Tubeless tires must be mounted only on wheels de-
signed for tubeless tires, i.e., wheels which have safety
humps or ledges.
Never perform a temporary repair, use an innertube or
inject sealant as a permanent substitute for a proper
repair. Only qualified persons should repair tires.
Be sure that all your valves have suitable valve caps.
This will keep valve cores clean and clear and guard
against leakage. REPAIRS - WHENEVER POSSIBLE, SEE A TIRE
DEALER AT ONCE.
Some tire manufacturers do not
warrant any inspection or repair process. The repair is
entirely the responsibility of the repairer. Punctures in
the tread of a passenger tire which do not exceed 1/4 of
an inch (6mm) in diameter can usually be repaired by
following the Rubber Manufacturer’s Association
(RMA) Passenger and Light Truck Repair procedures.
Contact the manufacturer of your tires for its position
and assistance as to the acceptable location for a
proper repair and the repair of speed rated tires. Do not
use plug repairs. They may cause further damage
to the tire. They are not always air tight and the
plug may fail. Do not exceed posted speed limits on
any repaired tire. Certain tire manufacturers speed rat-
ings are voided if the tire is repaired.
Although a tire was properly repaired, internal structural
damage resulting from the puncture may have occurred.
Sometime later the damage may cause the tire to be
removed from service.
If the tire has a puncture in the tread which exceeds
1/4 inch (6mm) , the tire must be replaced. If any tire has
sustained a puncture, have the tire inspected internally
by a tire dealer for possible damage that may have
Improper mounting and inflation procedures can cause
an explosion of the tire/rim assembly. Only specially
trained persons should perform these tasks. Contact
your tire store or dealer for assistance.
CAUTION -Never, under any circumstance, intro-
duce a flammable substance into a tire.
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which the tire should turn. When rotating this type of
tire, care must be taken to maintain the proper turning
direction as indicated by the arrows. Some vehicles
have different tire sizes specified for front and rear axles.
Tires on these vehicles should not be rotated side to
side (unless they are non-directional) . Where a tempo-
rary type spare tire is available, it should not be included
in the tire rotation schedule. Such tires are intended for
temporary use only.
REPLACING TWO TIRES
If your vehicle was originally equipped with four tires that
were the same size and you are only replacing two of the
four tires, install the new tires on the rear axle. Placing
new tires on the front axle may cause loss of vehicle
control in some driving conditions and cause an acci-
dent and personal injury.
If you anticipate towing a trailer, you should see a tire
dealer for advice concerning the correct size of tire and
pressure. Tire size and pressure will depend on the type
and size of the trailer and hitch utilized, but in no case
must the maximum cold inflation pressure or the tire load
rating be exceeded. Check the tire decal and your
OWNER’S MANUAL for further recommendations on
Do not perform any alterations on your tires. Alterations
may prevent proper performance, leading to tire dam-
age, which can result in an accident. Tires which be-
come unserviceable due to alterations such as truing,
whitewall inlays, addition of balancing or sealant liquids,
may be excluded from warranty coverage. Consult your
HIGH PRESSURE TEMPORARY SPARE
1) The high-pressure spare tire in your Nissanvehicle is designed for temporary use only and
must not be used continually as a regular tire.
The standard tire should be repaired and/or
replaced as soon as possible.
2) Avoid driving over obstacles that may damage the tire through impact or cutting, such as
potholes, glass, metal, etc.
3) Speed must not exceed 50MPH (80km/h) for non-speed-rated temporary spare tires.
4) Temporary spare tires have a limited treadlife which can vary depending on road conditions
and your driving habits. The spare tire should
be returned to the trunk as soon as the stan-
dard tire can be repaired or replaced.
5) Because the high-pressure spare tire was spe- cifically designed for your car, it should not be
used on any other vehicle. 6) Do not use snow chains on your high-pressure
spare. This could cause damage to your
7) Check the tire’s cold inflation pressure monthly and maintain at 60psi (4.2kg/cm2) even when
not in use.
8) The high-pressure spare tire should not be used with any other rim nor should standard
tires, wheel covers, or trim rings be used on
the high-pressure spare tire rim which was
9) When the tread wear indicator appears on the tire, replace it only with the same type spare
10) Do not enter an automatic carwash with a tem- porary spare tire fitted.
11) Do not make a sharp turn or apply the brakes suddenly when driving on a high-pressure tem-
Note: When using any temporary type spare
tire, be sure to follow the vehicle OWN-
ER’S MANUAL instructions.
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