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Complaint Review: Discount Tire
Discount Tire6325 Rufe Snow Dr Internet United States of America
Discount Tire Tears up your stuff, but wont replace, Internet
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I asked them what they were going to do about it and they basically said nothing. They were not responsible for breaking them because Ford made them out of plastic. So I am guessing they can be as careless as they want, just blame it on someone else.
This is the second time this happened, I didn't realize it was there fault the first time, after having 2 of them pop off and had to be replaced at 35.00 a piece. This time I noticed it right after they rotated my tires, so they are at fault, but they won't do anything.
Well, today I noticed that one of the caps is gone. Discount Tire won't replace it and neither will Ford. These things are not cheap and a funny thing is that several years ago I had a flat tire and my son managed to change the tire without breaking any of the prongs that held the cap on.
I'm sorry but if you broke something and you KNOW you broke it you should fix or replace it!
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