For a vast majority of motorists, there is nothing more frustrating than driving down a stretch of road and suddenly hitting a pothole.
This post was published on 21 Dec, 2016

Depending on the size and depth of the hole, it can cause considerable damage to the wheel’s tyre and rim. Unfortunately, in a situation like this, the two major concerns which come to mind are:

  • How will this affect your no claims bonus.
  • How much will it cost to replace the damaged tyre/s.

Don’t let potholes stop you in your tracks

With the recent heavy rainfall across the country, unfortunately a number of roads have been left littered with potholes. However, with Tyre and Rim Cover, another value-added product from iWYZE, motorists can receive cover for accidental damage to tyre and rims, which are normally not covered under standard vehicle insurance as this type of damage falls within a person’s excess.

Benefits of iWYZE Tyre and Rim Cover

Tips to help motorists avoid hitting potholes

Aside from damaging your tyres and rims, potholes can also cause damage to your suspension as well as the undercarriage of your car. Here are some tips to help motorist avoid hitting potholes when they are out on the road.

  • Always make sure your tyres are properly inflated.
  • Make sure you use headlights when driving in bad weather conditions.
  • Remain extra vigilant, especially when driving at night or during bad weather conditions.
  • If you see a pothole, slow down and, if you can, carefully drive around it.

For a free quote for iWYZE Tyre and Rim Cover, contact 0860 63 33 39. Alternatively, you can submit your details and we’ll give you a call.

For more information on value added products, take a look at the protection offered by iWYZE Tyre and Rim Cover.

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