If you’re buying your first motorcycle at the dealership, you will likely be offered different types of extended coverages or warranties like a powersports road hazard tire coverage or extended service contracts, which are generally contracts for parts, repairs, and service not covered by your factory or manufacturer’s warranty.

Motorcycle Tire and Wheel Protection

When it comes to motorcycles, the tires are usually the first (and most common) components of the unit to get damaged. This is particularly true if the motorcycle is used every day or at least several times a week, and if the condition of the road(s) they’re frequently used on isn’t what you’d consider bike-friendly.

So if you’re still on the fence about purchasing a powersports road hazard tire coverage for added protection for your vehicle, consider these four things: frequency of use, common road conditions, coverage, and cost of the contract.

A tire and wheel coverage that will be worth your while is one that provides you with at least these three things:

24-hour roadside assistance

For a lot of motorcycle owners, roadside assistance alone is enough to convince them to get a powersports road hazard tire coverage. Imagine having trouble with one of your tires while you’re in the middle of nowhere, with no other motorists in sight. Instead of panicking, you remain calm because you know your roadside assistance service is coming soon. If there is no available inflated tire, you may be escorted to the nearest repair shop. Either way, you’ve got help on the way, so you don’t panic.

Tires, rims, and wheels coverage

With tires and wheels, you don’t know which part will get damaged or which one will need replacement first. When you’ve got coverage for all components of your tires and wheels, you don’t have to worry about which part will only be replaced by your coverage.

Torque Group offers coverage for tires, wheels, and rims for up to five years.

$0 deductible

Last but not the least is your out-of-pocket expense. The best tire and wheel coverage is one that not only covers your tires, rims, and wheels, but also replaces any one of these when the need arises without asking you to pay for a portion of the labor and/or replacement. So when shopping around for your on road motorcycle tire and wheel coverage, check to see if the plan is $0 deductible.

As you can see, an on-road tire and wheel coverage for damage caused by road hazard(s) is a sound investment. With this coverage, you won’t have to worry about emergency tire replacements because your tire got punctured with a nail or a shard of glass on the road.

If you wish to learn more about Torque Group’s powersports road hazard tire coverage, please feel free to call us at (800) 859-0590. You may also send a message at info@torque-group.com.