Originally Posted by Av8orLou
Discount tire not only installed the LT tires but also put the road hazard on them. I don't know what state or place that wouldn't but here in Texas it is not a problem. So maybe we need to qualify our answers instead of making blanket statements.
I've seen this happen before with Discount Tire, and then when it came time to cash in, the mistake was realized. I think we have a thread/member here who said Discount refunded his road hazard monies, but would not honor it as they said it was a mistake to have sold it on an RV use tire to begin with.
Their website tire warranty does say specifically that their road hazard does NOT apply to tires used on RV's in the exclusions, which I copied over from the link below and emboldened in red:
Conditions and Exclusions
Non-commercial service includes use by the owner in his/her regular trade or business but excludes commercial truck, racing, off-the-highway, taxi, limousine, or similar service. Passenger, SUV or light truck tire road hazard warranty (if applicable) does not apply to tires used on commercial trucks, recreational vehicles
or off-the-highway service. Mileage warranty (if applicable) applies only to tire's original purchaser on the car, SUV or light truck on which originally installed
You may want to verify and reverify, as I would hate for you to need it and they then deny it, as per their written policy. You should have something in writing, that may claim different though. Good luck.