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ROAD HAZARD TIRE COVERAGE.

You may be covered with road hazard tire coverage.

Get more peace of mind on the road at no additional charge. Now, eligible tires purchased at a MINI Tire Center will have complimentary Road Hazard Tire Coverage for the first year of ownership. It’s that easy.

What is Road Hazard Damage?

The road can be tough on your tires – but with Road Hazard Tire Coverage you may be covered.

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

Where Can I Get Service?

With a nationwide network of participating MINI Tire Centers, getting your eligible damaged tires replaced has never been easier.

If possible, return your vehicle to your original selling dealership. Otherwise, contact the program administrator (866.330.7569) during normal business hours to help you locate the nearest participating MINI Tire Center.

What Tires are Eligible for Coverage?

Replacement OEM, OEA or WIN tires purchased and installed at a participating MINI Tire Center on or after February 1, 2018 are eligible for Road Hazard Tire Coverage.

How Do I Get a Replacement Tire?

The Road Hazard Tire Coverage claims process is quick and hasslefree, so you can get back on the road faster.

  1. Present your eligible damaged tire(s) to the Original or Participating MINI Tire Center with the original invoice and your vehicle VIN.
  2. The damaged tire(s) may be required for inspection. In this case, you must provide the DOT number for each tire.
  3. Your MINI Tire Center will verify that the damage is covered.
  4. If a tire is eligible for program benefits, your MINI Tire Center will submit a claim and replace the tire up to a maximum benefit of $600 per tire. Your MINI Tire Center will keep the damaged tire(s).
  5. Sign the replacement invoice and you’re ready to drive.

Peace of Mind.

Road Hazard Tire Coverage can help you drive with confidence wherever the road takes you.

For legal information and complete program terms and conditions: Click here.

You’re not driving just any car, so why would you buy any tire? Match your driving experience, your safety requirements and personal aspiration for aesthetics with tires that are as premium and original as your MINI – developed in close collaboration by selected premium manufacturers (e.g. Bridgestone, Dunlop, Goodyear, Michelin and Pirelli). Just ask for the tires with star marking.

DRIVING OVER ROUGH OR DAMAGED ROAD SURFACES, AS WELL AS DEBRIS, CURBS AND OTHER OBSTACLES CAN CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO WHEELS, TIRES AND SUSPENSION PARTS. THIS IS MORE LIKELY TO OCCUR WITH LOW–PROFILE TIRES, WHICH PROVIDE LESS CUSHIONING BETWEEN THE WHEEL AND THE ROAD. BE CAREFUL TO AVOID ROAD HAZARDS AND REDUCE YOUR SPEED, ESPECIALLY IF YOUR VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH LOW-PROFILE TIRES. PERFORMANCE TIRES MAY WEAR FASTER DEPENDING ON DRIVING STYLE AND DRIVING CONDITIONS AND MAY ALSO BE MORE COSTLY TO REPLACE THAN NON–PERFORMANCE TIRES OF THE SAME SIZE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO THE TIRE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY MANUAL PROVIDED WITH THE VEHICLE.

MINI Accessory Wheels that are installed on/in the vehicle prior to the delivery to the client will carry the full New Vehicle Limited Warranty. If the installation is made by a Dealer after the retail sale of the vehicle, the accessory will carry the remainder of the New Vehicle/SAV Limited Warranty period or the limited parts warranty for two years from the date of installation, whichever is greater. Warranty repairs do not constitute an extension of the original limited warranty period for the vehicle or any parts (including accessories) thereof.

All tires are manufactured by third parties and are covered by the limited warranty of the specific tire manufacturer. Please see an authorized MINI dealer for information about specific tires and the tire manufacturers’ limited warranty. Please see an authorized MINI dealer or the warranty information included with your new vehicle for more information. For more information about run-flat technology, please refer to your specific vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.