These tires were on my 2007 Ford Fusion when I purchased it new. They were supposed to be good for 80,000 miles, but I only got 40,000 miles each out of my first two sets. The tires also puncture ridiculously easily: I have a very small nail hole in one of the tires and it can't be repaired, so I have to replace just *one* tire. For the record, the problem is *not* my driving - I got 90,000 miles out of the original brakes on my car, and I'm coming up on 120,000 on the original clutch. Don't waste your money on these tires.
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As long as the tires are evenly worn down to 2/32" with proof of tire rotation, the dealer will be able to process a pro rata exchange. All Continental Tires include coverage for the first 12 months, and first 2/23" of treadwear for accidental damage from road hazards. For issue that may occur after this period of time, we recommend purchasing road hazard coverage through the your local Walmart tire center. <br /><br />Based on the information provided, the puncture may have been on or close to the sidewall, or the tire showed signs of prolonged use under inflated; regardless, the tire specialist has to base their assessment on a thorough and comprehensive inspection of the tire in order to determine whether a tire is suitable for repair or should be removed from service. This assessment takes into into account the complete service life history of the tire including inflation, load, and operating conditions.