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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Hazard warranty for "V" tires? Do or Don't? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Today I visited my tire store to get one of my company vehicle tires replaced. I buy certificates for our ...
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    Hazard warranty for "V" tires? Do or Don't?

    Today I visited my tire store to get one of my company vehicle tires replaced. I buy certificates for our tires and just this month two diferent vehicles have needed replacements. While waiting I asked the associate how much and if I could buy certificates for my new "V" tires. After a legnthy search to find the tire he stated that he found the tire, to replace it would be $598.00 per tire, and I could purchase the certificates for $84.00 per tire. This translates to $336.00 for the set.

    Question? ..... I have never had run flat tires and not sure if there is a high chance that I would ever have to pay for a replacement. If one drove a long distance at 55 mph with a flat would the tire need replacement? If the tire goes flat over 55 mph will the tire need replacement?

    Looking for advice to those who know about run flats or have had these type of tires before.

    Thanks for the advice!!!!

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    Re: Hazard warranty for "V" tires? Do or Don't?

    low profile tires need replacement pretty easily if they get a flat

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