Originally Posted by rlschurman
No warranty dealer said there are no warranty on tt tired anymore and the she had checked and the maxxis was the best brand.
It's possible there was some confusion as to terminology here. The tire should have a warranty, but is not eligible for road hazard coverage..... which road hazard is usually more akin to an insurance policy than a warranty item........ but people confuse the two.
Usually trailer service tires are not eligible for road hazard replacement/coverage....but it's up to the company offering the road hazard coverage since this is usually something separate and offered thru the selling dealer and not the tire manufacturer (although some manufacturers do offer a very limited time/mileage road hazard on some products).
I always recommend that people make themselves aware of what a road hazard policy covers and excludes, since it is basically like vehicle insurance...and each company/policy can be way different.
Here is a link to tire rack's, which I used as an example since theirs is easy to find.
P.S. Trailer use tires usually never have a mileage warranty either.