Hi-Q TyreSurance offers you guaranteed credit towards replacing your damaged passenger, 4×4 or SUV tyres**.
It is included on every passenger, 4×4 or SUV tyres**, 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.
What does Hi-Q TyreSurance cover?
Irreparable damage* to any passenger, 4x4 or SUV tyre**, 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, 4x4 or SUV tyres** 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. sidewall 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.