Tire Protection Plan
Familiar roads can be home to the unexpected. To safeguard your Chevrolet tires from potential covered road hazards, and provide you with peace of mind, there’s the Tire Protection Plan.
How You’re Covered
- Available on eligible tires (see contract for details).
- Begins on the date of purchase as shown on the Registration page.
- Coverage is available for 36 months or 60 months from the date of purchase.
If your tire is damaged due to a covered road hazard, the repair will be covered up to $25 per occurrence. Reimbursement is limited to two tire repair claims during the coverage term.
If your tire is damaged due to a covered road hazard and cannot be safely repaired, your tire will be replaced with one of equal or similar features and functionality. The Plan will pay for the following services up to $15 total per covered tire replacement: mounting, balancing, valve stem, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and taxes.
The total amount that the Plan will pay for all claims will not exceed the lesser of the original purchase price of the covered tire as shown on the original receipt; OR $399 per covered tire; OR the current retail price of the covered tire; OR one replacement of your covered tire in the event that the covered tire cannot be repaired.
Note: In the event your tire sustains covered damage, take the vehicle to the GM dealership where you purchased the tire. You must maintain your vehicle and the covered tire per the manufacturer’s specifications.
Authorized repairs or replacements are covered without requiring the payment of a deductible.
If no claims have been made, you may cancel the Plan within 10 days of purchase for a full refund. The Plan is generally non-cancelable after 10 days, but see the Terms and Conditions for state-specific cancellation and refund information.