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After only three months, I picked up a screw in one of my bespoke PP tires. Does anyone know if that is covered under the Hyundai warranty? Also, is there a specific part number for this tire I should tell the dealer to order? I don't want them to order just any tire. I know it has that HN stamped on it for a reason.

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My dealer offered me a tire and wheel protection package. My wheels and tires are 100% covered for the first 5 years of ownership. If anything happens to them I just take it in and they will replace.
 

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My dealer offered me a tire and wheel protection package. My wheels and tires are 100% covered for the first 5 years of ownership. If anything happens to them I just take it in and they will replace.
I would have loved something like this! I don't remember the dealer offering it to me... but it was all such a haze of excitement and they were really pushing me on a technology warranty (for the infotainment and what not).
 

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Yeah, it added approx $10/mo to my payment, but I'll gladly pay $10/mo to not have to worry about a $500 pothole....
 

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Yeah, it added approx $10/mo to my payment, but I'll gladly pay $10/mo to not have to worry about a $500 pothole....
I also purchased a coverage for PDR, Windshield, wheels and tires. Got a smoking deal 514 bucks!! Already paid for it self. Had two wheels and tires replaced.
 

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You have a prorated warranty from Hyundai or Pirelli. They put the paperwork in with your owners and warranty manuals, when they delivered the car to you. They know which tire to order. Check Tire Rack for pricing then ask your dealer for their pricing. The dealer can generally do better on tires.

Keep in mind; there is no warranty on wear and tear. Invest in a good plug kit and keep it in the car. If the tire is still in good shape, with plenty of tread life, plug it or patch it, it will do just fine.
 
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