Free Road Hazard Protection & Free Roadside Assistance
when you buy 4 select tires from Mike’s Auto Service
WE GOT YOU COVERED
When on the road you are covered and protected by an organization that cares.Customer Care Club service representatives respond quickly to provide you the best service and protection available anywhere.
Tire Repair and Replacement:
We will cover the costs of repairing or replacing your tires should you experience a flat tire or failure due to a road hazard.*
24 Hour Emergency Towing Service:
Your vehicle may be towed to the destination of your choice.
24 Hour Emergency Road Service:
You are covered for emergency road service throughout the U.S. and Canada.
24 Hour Emergency Delivery:
A service truck will deliver emergency supplies of gasoline, water, oil or other necessary supplies.
You only pay for the cost of the supplies.
24 Hour Emergency Battery Service:
You are covered to boost batteries and perform minor adjustments to alternators, starters, etc. while on the road.
Lost Key or Lockout Service:
If your keys are lost, broken or you are accidentally locked out of your vehicle, you will be covered.*
Members receive unbeatable travel pricing on hotels, airfare and rental cars.
Theft and Hit & Run Protections:
A $500 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for hit & run damages or stealing your vehicle.
Trip Routing Service:
We will, at no charge, produce full color, wire bound trip routings for members’ road trips including turn by turn directions, enhanced mapping for metropolitan areas, points of interest and fun games.
Trip Interruption Coverage:
You are entitled to up to $300 in reimbursements for meals, lodging and transportation charges when you are involved in a collision away from home.
* Complete details are provided upon request
Tire Safety Tips
Driving on any tire that does not have the correct inflation pressure is dangerous. Proper inflation pressure for your tires may be found in the vehicle owner’s manual or the vehicle’s tire information placard.
Any underinflated tire builds up excessive heat that may result in sudden tire destruction.
Refer to the tire placard on the vehicle (check vehicle and/or vehicle owners manual for placard location) for the recommended operating inflation pressures. These pressures must be maintained as a minimum. Do not exceed the maximum pressure indicated on the tire sidewall of passenger car tires.
If you are replacing the original size tires with tires of a different size, you must consult a knowledgeable tire dealer to determine the correct inflation pressure for your new tires.
Checking Tire Pressure
Check your tire inflation pressures, including the spare, at least once a month and before going on a long trip. Tire pressure should be measured when tires are cold – that is, they have been driven on. Otherwise, your tires may have heated up, increasing the air pressure inside them by several pounds. This is normal. Never “bleed” or reduce the air pressure in a hot tire.
Failure to maintain correct inflation pressures may result in rapid wear and uneven tread wear, improper vehicle handling and excessive heat buildup which may result in tire failure. (Evidence of air loss or repeated underinflation requires tire removal and expert inspection.)
Proper tire rotation is important.
If you notice irregular or uneven tread wear, the tires should be rotated to alleviate the problem. Remember: it is important to check your tires and wheels for signs of possible damage, and check your vehicle for any mechanical problems and correct if necessary.
You should follow the rotation pattern or procedure indicated in your limited warranty and the vehicle owners’ manual.
We recommend you rotate tires on front wheel drive vehicles and/or all season tires on any vehicle every 8,000 miles to equalize the rate of wear. You should rotate your tires earlier if signs of irregular or uneven tire wear arise and have the vehicle checked by a qualified technician to determine the cause of the wear condition. the first rotation in the most important.
After rotation, adjust individual tire air pressure to the figures recommended by the vehicle manufacturer for the new locations – front or rear – as shown on the tire placard on the vehicle.