Have you ever been afraid of getting a flat tire on the road? You are not alone. Millions of drivers experience a flat tire every year. It can be dangerous and costly.
But what if there was a way to protect yourself from the cost of a flat tire?
Tire insurance can help you cover the cost of a new tire or repair if you get a flat.
In this blog post, we will look at the benefits of tire insurance and show you how to choose the right coverage for you.
WHAT IS TIRE INSURANCE?
Tire insurance is an insurance policy that covers damage to tires.
The insurance can cover damage caused by external impacts such as nails, kerbing or theft.
WHAT TYPES OF DAMAGE ARE COVERED?
In principle, the following types of damage are covered:
EXAMPLES OF EXTERNAL DAMAGES
EXAMPLES OF DAMAGE DUE TO THEFT
EXAMPLES OF TIRE DAMAGE
WHAT DOES TIRE INSURANCE COST?
The cost of tire insurance varies depending on the provider and the coverage provided. Typically, tire insurance costs between $10 and $20 per year.
WHAT KIND OF TIRE INSURANCE IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Several factors, such as vehicle type, tire size and desired coverage, determine which tire insurance is right for you.
OTHER IMPORTANT DETAILS
Example: A driver has a tire insurance with a deductible of 50 euros. He drives with a nail in a tire and has to replace it. The new tire costs 100 Euros. The policyholder has to pay 50 Euros and is reimbursed 50 Euros by the insurance company.
Tire insurance can be a wise investment to cover the cost of a flat tire.
It is important to compare the benefits of different policies before making a decision.