Road Damage

Shop By
Road Damage
Related Categories: Road Hazard Warranty | Tire Service Facility | Can I Replace Just One Tire | Replacing One Tire | Pothole | Road Hazard | Sidewall Bubble | Sidewall Damage | How Are Tires Shipped | 4 Wheel Drive Tire Replacement
  • Should I Purchase Road Hazard Protection on My Tire Order?

  • …how the program works. Say the original price of your tire was $100, and the tire was damaged from a road hazard in the 18th month of ownership, you would be reimbursed for the amount of time remaining in your Road Hazard Program, in this case 50% ($50.00), plus ground shipping costs if shipped from…

  • Related Products: Prorate | Road Hazard
  • Do I Need Studless Ice & Snow or Performance Winter / Snow Tires?

  • …stud to enhance ice traction, they can also be used without studs for enhanced deep snow traction and driving on slush-covered roads. Because studded tires damage road surfaces, many states restrict them to wintertime use or prohibit them entirely. Check with your local authorities to confirm…

  • Is There a Bubble on Your Tire?

  • …impact damage from road conditions. When a tire hits a pothole or a sharp object on the road, the force from the weight of the vehicle is focused on a relatively small area of contact. This compresses the tire enough that the inside of the tire's sidewall can be pinched and damaged. This damage

  • Choosing the Best Wheel Finish

  • …with attributes and considerations for each: * Chrome: Reflective plated finish that is relatively easy to wipe clean, Highly susceptible to road salt damage (not recommended for winter conditions), Prone to peeling or flaking over time. * Painted: One of the most durable finishes, Acceptable in all…

  • Related Products: Wheel Corrosion | Finish Warranty
  • What is the bubble on my tire?

  • …impact can also damage the sidewall cords and significantly weaken the tire. The impact may not have been noticed by the driver. Some common types of impact are: * potholes * railroad crossings * speed bumps * curbs * heavily damaged roads * road construction areas * debris in the road Occasionally…

  • Can I Use Studded Tires in My Area?

  • While many states/provinces prohibit or restrict use of studded tires due to the road damage they cause, some drivers still prefer studded tires for winter driving situations. Tire Rack's testing has shown that modern Studless Ice & Snow tires, like the Bridgestone Blizzak WS80, can provide…

  • Tire Rack Now Offers Andros Wheels

  • …designed to perform in harsh winter conditions by resisting damage to road salt and the inevitable potholes left behind every winter season. This makes them strong enough to generally withstand abuses with driving in any season and on most roads. Andros Spec F Andros Spec P Andros Spec D The wheels…

  • Related Products: Andros Wheels | Colored Rims | Rally Rims

Powered by Powered by SLI Systems


Need help choosing the right product for your vehicle? Our team of highly trained experts has the knowledge and passion to help.

Just pick up the phone and give us a ring. Our experts love solving problems and lending a hand (or ear).