- Report: #643638
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Complaint Review: Tires Plus Firestone Tires
Tires Plus Firestone TiresUniversity Parkway Sarasota, Florida United States of America
Tires Plus Firestone Tires Firestone 60,000 mile warranty last 30,000 miles. They want me to pay prorate. Sarasota, Florida
*Consumer Comment: Why are you complaining???
*Author of original report: Tires Plus
*Consumer Comment: read the fine print
*Consumer Comment: tires
*Consumer Comment: Idiot!!
*Consumer Suggestion: ALL tire warranties are prorated.
*Consumer Comment: Hey Einstein.
*Consumer Comment: prorated...
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They said Pro rate also. That's bull. Why pay extra for the mileage when buying a tire if they are not really going to last that long. I would have bought 30,000 tires. The fact is that I am driving on tires that are dangerous and Firestone is calling me back. Gee hope I don't get in accident today or we may have legal issues. For those skeptics, yes I rotate, balance, allign, and take care of vehicle. I think that people should be careful for this company as they are possibly making defective products. Firestone's term for the wear on the tire is "a shortfall of mileage". BY 30,000 MILES COME ON!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/23/2010 10:18 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tires-Plus-Firestone-Tires/Sarasota-Florida-/Tires-Plus-Firestone-Tires-Firestone-60000-mile-warranty-last-30000-miles-They-want-me-643638. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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