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Are tires sold at Canada Tire Pro covered under warranty?

Almost all of our tires come with a 50,000km/1 year warranty as standard. A tire returned under warranty will be fully refunded, or replaced free of charge depending on stock. In some rare cases, tires on Final Sale are not covered under warranty – but we will always inform you of this before you purchase a tire on final sale.

It’s important to note that our warranty covers deficiencies arising from manufacturing defects such as when a tire bulges, cracks or splits through no fault of the customer.

Unfortunately, damage caused to tires – whether accidental or intentional – cannot be covered under warranty. This includes damage caused by road traffic accidents, vandalism or hazards on the road.

To maintain cover under the warranty basic tire maintenance should be followed – this includes correct wheel alignment and rotation of tires at least every 10,000km.

Full warranty terms can be found on the following page:

Warranty and Returns Policy – Canada Tire Pro

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