Hi-Q TyreSurance offers you guaranteed credit towards replacing your damaged passenger** tyres.
It is automatically included on every passenger** tyre, no matter the brand, purchased at a Hi-Q TyreSurance Approved Dealer, and registered within 30 days from date of purchase.
How will the total amount of credit per tyre be calculated?
The remaining tread will be measured at 3 points on the tyre. Credit will be awarded based on the lower measurement taken. Claims will be limited to a maximum of R6000 incl. VAT per tyre, whichever the lesser.
Tread Depth Matrix
What does Hi-Q TyreSurance cover?
Irreparable damage* to any passenger tyre/s**, purchased from a Hi-Q TyreSurance Approved Dealer (regardless of brand), as a result of an accidental event caused by a road hazard*** within South Africa, for tyres which are registered via our website www.hiq.co.za within 30 days from the purchase date reflected on your Hi-Q invoice.
How do I activate Hi-Q TyreSurance?
All you have to do is register your purchase.
Cover is valid for 2 years from date of purchase.
How will Hi-Q TyreSurance benefit me?
It offers you total driving ‘peace-of-mind’ and a convenient pocket-friendly solution to replacing your damaged registered tyres.
How do I claim?
Should you need to claim, visit any Hi-Q Dealer, and you will receive credit determined by the remaining tread depth on your registered tyres. You can only use this credit towards the purchase of any new passenger tyre/s at any Hi-Q Dealer, if your registered tyres are damaged within 2 years from purchase.
* Damage to a tyre, which damage cannot be repaired e.g. side-wall cuts, tears, bubbles etc. Anything else is excluded e.g. punctures and cost to repair, normal tyre wear, flat spots as a result of harsh braking etc.
** All passenger tyres including sedans, bakkies, taxis, SUV’s, 4x4’s and LDV’s. Excludes all retread tyres, as well as tyres designed for commercial use.
*** A hazard of whatever nature on a road, including but not limited to, potholes, debris (e.g. glass, steel) etc. Damage to a tyre as a result of a car accident is excluded as this cover is provided by the comprehensive cover for cars given by insurance companies.