Whether you ride your ATV on muddy terrain or sand, your tires will eventually show signs of wear and tear, and it’s important to pay attention to these as neglecting to do so puts your safety at risk. And if you have no coverage or policy like a Powersports Tire and Wheel Protection Plan, you could be spending anywhere between $600 and $1,800 when the time to replace them comes.

How long do ATV tires usually last?

There is not one definitive answer to this since their longevity depends on several factors, foremost of which is frequency of use and the terrain on which you use them. Also included here is how you use and drive your ATV. Do you go off-roading for competitive sports or leisure? And where do you usually drive your quad? Do you often drive them over mud, sand, or hard/rocky surfaces? These variables generally determine the longevity of your tires.

On that note, in a best-case scenario, your ATV tires could last up to five years. Some owners however have experienced needing to change their tires after only a year because of the “brutal conditions” they’ve subjected their machines to, which translates to competitive off-roading throughout the year.

With that said, it’s important to have a back-up plan like a Powersports Tire and Wheel Protection Plan, so you won’t need to worry about paying for tire and wheel replacements when the need arises.

How does Powersports Tire and Wheel Protection Plan work?

In a nutshell, this type of protection plan may provide you with the following benefits:

  • 24-hour roadside assistance
  • Replacement for tires, wheels, and rims should these fail or break down due to a road hazard
  • Coverage may last up to five years

Understand that different providers and dealers have different terms in their protection plan, so make sure to double-check these before agreeing to purchase the protection plan. Keep in mind that your purpose for purchasing this product is to have financial protection should the need to replace tires, wheels, or rims arises, so make sure that the terms of the contract are in your favor.

Keep in mind that you are not obligated to purchase such a product from your dealer if you deem that you could get a better offer somewhere else. Do your research. Create a shortlist of providers or dealers, weigh the pros and cons, and then make your decision.

If you have questions regarding Powersports Tire and Wheel Protection Plan and how it works, or how your dealership can benefit from it, please feel free to call Torque Group at (800) 859-0590. You may also send a message at info@torque-group.com.