Burnie Tasmania store.
went there for 4 new tyres.
spoke to the manager who stated that they have a protection plan for these tyres.
he told me that if I have a puncture and it can't be fixed then all I pay for is the amount of wear used.
I had a blowout, back tyre unfixable so I took it to the Burnie shop where I purchased the tyres, only done 6,000ks.
was told by the manager that I didn't buy the protection warranty so he reneged on the deal he made in February.
I told him that he gave me a booklet with the tyre stuff like free rotation etc.
he said that I shouldn't have been given it, yet he gave it to me.
he was "unavailable " so I had to deal with a tyre changer guy who knew nothing about it.
I'd give them minus 5 stars if I could. ...
Questions & Answers
I recently replaced two tyres on my 4wd and the guy at the service centre put the new ones on the front. I have subsequently been advised that they should have gone on the rear as having old ones on the back can cause aquaplaning. Researching on the internet supports my friends advice. Can you please let me know which is correct and why? Thank you
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