The the workmanship and materials warranty is covered by Walmart. There is no mileage warranty. A Road hazard may be purchased at the point of Sale (installation at Walmart) for an added fee.
They are very quiet, and stay quiet if you properly maintain them.
They are similar to the Goodyear DuraTrac.
I wouldn't call the the tires loud, but you can hear them. Louder than BFG's. They do grip the road pretty well and I was surprised by how much traction they have. They aren't a high speed tire or meant for cornering, but they do grip well on street and dirt. As for the warranty, that is a good question. They don't have a mileage warranty, but you can get the Walmart warranty in case they pop or you get a nail, or whatever. For the first 25% of the tire they will just replace the tire for free. After that they will measure the tread depth and say 50% is left, they will prorate the tire 50%. So basically you will pay half price.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
- Southern California
Can't remember the warranty details, but I thought it was worth getting the additional Walmart warranty - basically replaces the tire if damaged. After putting 30,000 miles on them, I would not have bought the additional warranty. The tires are good.
You can hear the tires on the road. They are aggressive for an all terrain tire, but not quite as aggressive as a mud tire. Depending on the vehicle, you probably will hear them but they aren't loud.
Good on turns for an all terrain tire, but I wouldn't race with them.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Fairly loud on road, not bad for MT tire, quieter than Wrangler MTR but definitely hums. Good sidewalls for airing down. Great on road manners when aired back up. Almost the quality as MTR, not quite as aggressive, beats Dunlop Mud Rovers by a long shot, way better than BFG AT or MT's! My favorite tire I've used except the MTR's and these were WAY cheaper for a set of 5.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
an anonymous customer
- Northern WI
The RoadHazard warranty coverage workslikethis....Free Flat Repairs, if the tire is unrepairable the tire will be replaced either for free within the FIRST 25% OF TREADWEARafter the first 25% of treadwear the tire will be discounted either by the remaining tread, or by the mileage rasn on the tires, whichever is cheaper, and no we will not shave tread off of the new tire...if the tire is going on a 4WD the u may have to replace 2 tires, they should still both be under road hazard, if the vehicle is AWD u have to do all 4 after a certain amount of tread...ALSO on the new tire u would receive u HAVE to purchase the road hazard again!!!
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
- EAGLE POINT OR
within the first so much of treadwear (i think it was 33%) it's a full replacement, after which the warranty is pro-rated (they take off as much tread as your old tire has used up, so your tires are all even.... and you can't keep getting new tires.) free flat repair almost all over the americas (it seems) rotation and balance.
don't know anything bout the rest though
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
not a high speed tire so no not so good on turns unless your in the mud not that loud like a super swamper or mickey thompson baja spur
answered 5 years, 4 months ago