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Tyre Warranty: Standard & Unconditional – What Is The Difference?

Tyre buyers often seem confused when it comes to the warranty provided by the tyre makers. Some offer standard while others provide an unconditional warranty. So how these two types of warranties vary from each other, we find out in this article.    


When it comes to automobiles, the one component which undergoes the most amount of wear and tears daily is the tyre. Thankfully, in modern times, all car and two-wheeler tyres are being offered with different kinds of warranties. All the prominent tyre manufacturers present tyres with a standard or unconditional warranty. Both of these have their own set of benefits. Here, we take a look at the two natures of warranties and let you what they have on offer for you.


What Is Standard Warranty For Tyres? 

Also known as a manufacturing warranty, the standard warranty covers all the manufacturing defects which may arise in a tyre during its course of usage. If any tyre suffers from a manufacturing flaw within a particular duration, the tyre manufacturer generally replaces such a tyre with a brand new tyre of the same variety, based on average tread wear.


What Is Unconditional Warranty For Tyres? 

An unconditional warranty for tyres is just the opposite of what a standard warranty covers for a tyre. In an unconditional warranty, all the unserviceable non-manufacturing defects and issues, such as rim digging, non-repairable cuts, fitment damage, etc. are covered.


Differences Between Standard & Unconditional Tyre Warranty: At A Glance

Compared to a standard warranty, an unconditional warranty is not yet too popular in the country. It is offered for a much lesser duration or lesser kilometres than a standard warranty.

Generally, tyres which are worn out beyond a particular tread depth or exposed ply, uneven wear, damaged due to vehicle mechanical irregularities, climatic conditions and improper inflation, purchased from unauthorized dealers and damaged intentionally are not covered under a standard warranty.

On the other hand, an unconditional warranty on a tyre might not be applicable, if the tyres are worn out beyond a tread pattern, nail-related damages to the tread or sidewall, injuries due to climatic conditions and uneven wear, purchase made via unauthorized dealers, tampered serial numbers, improper repairing or contamination due to chemical substances.


Which Is Better? – Standard Warranty Or Unconditional Warranty?

Both standard and unconditional warranties for tyres have benefits of their own and are equally important for the usage of tyres in an automobile. 

Usually, a tyre manufacturer offers a standard warranty as a part of the complementary package and charges a premium for the unconditional warranty scheme. It is always advisable to go for the additional premium and opt for the unconditional warranty if it is being offered on a tyre. 

There are some situations which are not in our control and can attract unwanted damage to a tyre. For such situations, opting for an unconditional warranty can be a sigh of relief.

Hope you have now come to know what all standard and unconditional warranty consists of for a tyre. 

1 thought on “Tyre Warranty: Standard & Unconditional – What Is The Difference?”

  • I have purchased radar tyre on 20/9/2019,now one tyre has been seen blown up , i have taken a n unconditional warranty tyre,so what to do now

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