Some tire brands that offer a road hazard warranty include Continental, Kumho and Dunlop. Eligible DriveGuard tires manufactured by Bridgestone also come with the DriveGuard 1-year supplemental road hazard limited warranty.
Bridgestone's road hazard limited warranty provides coverage for eligible DriveGuard tires that are rendered irreparable or damaged due to punctures, cuts, bruises, snags or collisions with road hazards. Bridgestone DriveGuard tires bought in New York are excluded from this insurance policy. This warranty is also only applicable to original buyers.
Continental's Total Confidence Plan for its ExtremeContact DWS06 tires also includes a road hazard coverage. Clients can choose from a 1-year limited warranty or insurance for the first 2/32-inch of the tire's tread life.