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Question by  ramses200 (34)

Has anyone ever used the Walmart road hazard warranty?

I'm taking a flat in tomorrow.


Answer by  NateB (571)

All you should need is the reciept in order to prove to the mechanics that you purchased the road hazard warranty.


Answer by  6ixk (1156)

The best place to take any flat would be discount tire. Even if you have never done business with them they will fix it for free.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

I have used this warranty before and it is pretty decent. Whenever I got a flat they would take the tire, plug it, and refill it for me. The do a good job for the most part and I have never had any major issue getting a tire repaired. It is a good idea to get there early though.


Answer by  doc325 (454)

Most of the road hazard plans are easy to use as long as you have the original paperwork. If the tire needs replacment usually it is free for the first 25% of tread life. After that it is prorated and you must pay for the tread used.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

Yes and they should cover a flat tire because it was something in the road. They covered mine when I went in but some people may give you a hard time. Walmart takes everything back so you should have no problem being able to take the tire back to the. I never did.


Answer by  cajuncuz (177)

Yes many people have used the walmart road hazard warranty. Theyare good about paying you when the tire Busts down and you use the warranty.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Their road hazard service is pretty good. Typically it does not take too long for them to fix tire and they do a decent job.


Answer by  jessejesse (134)

Yes. I would not recommend walmart as a vehicle servicer soley because I went to have my oil changed once and they left the drain plug on the oil pan hand tight and it shot off as i drove out of the shop.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Yes I have had several tires covered with this service. It is pretty good. If you plan on going during busy hours it can take a while to get your car in. Once in though they simple remove the wheel and typically install a plug. It typically doesn't take that long and I've yet to have a patch leak.


Answer by  juvdbmxrider (46)

No, I haven't but I have purchased tires from walmart. Maybe you should check your product for a recall as well before you go in and see if you can get a better deal on a new tire.

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