If you are a Tesla owner with Michelin tires, you may be able to get some money back from your tire warranty if you experience issues before the warranty expires. Due to the weight of Teslas, Michelin tires can wear down faster than other brands, which can be costly for Tesla owners.
To get money back from your Michelin tire warranty, you can visit any certified Michelin dealer and have them inspect the tires for any wear and tear, along with the mileage on your vehicle. If there is any damage, the dealer can write a note to document the issue. Once you have this information, you can contact Michelin customer service and provide them with the documentation. Michelin will then send you a check for the difference between the cost of the worn tire and the amount of the remaining warranty.
In addition to getting money back, you can also receive a discount on new tires if you purchase them from the same dealer where you got your Michelin tires. This can save you money in the long run, especially if you plan on keeping your Tesla for a while.
It is important to note that this tire warranty process only applies to Michelin tires, and may vary depending on your location and specific tire warranty. However, it is always worth checking with your tire dealer and contacting the tire manufacturer’s customer service to see if you are eligible for any refunds or discounts.
By taking advantage of this money-back tire warranty tip, Tesla owners can save money and prolong the lifespan of their Michelin tires, ultimately helping to reduce overall maintenance costs and ensuring a smooth driving experience.
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