Harley has been testing out a tire and wheel protection program in 4 states and things have been working out pretty well, so they’re expanding to 20 more states. The program covers the costs associated with the repair or replacement of tires and wheels, including labor and taxes, towing, lodging and meal reimbursement. If you’re buying a new Harley or just a set of tires or wheels, be sure to check it out because you have to sign up right then.
Tires and wheels and the associated repairs are no cheap date so this sounds like a good idea. It’s certainly worth asking about next time you’re at the dealer.
Beginning October 1, 2009, Harley-Davidson Financial Services has expanded its Tire & Wheel Protection program from the initial four pilot program states to an additional 20 states, upping the total to 24.
Available exclusively through participating Harley-Davidson dealers, the H-D Wheel & Tire Protection program covers the costs associated with the repair or replacement of tires and wheels, including labor and taxes, towing, lodging and meal reimbursement. All motorcycle tires are covered—both the original and any replacements—for the duration of coverage, with no maximum occurrences and no deductible. Coverage periods from one to seven years are available. H-D Tire & Wheel Protection must be purchased at the time you purchase your motorcycle or at the time you purchase new tires or wheels from an authorized Harley-Davidson dealership.
Joining the current Tire & Wheel Protection pilot states of New York, Colorado, Florida and Utah are Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and West Virginia.
Link: Harley Davidson