Audi Tyre Warranty - Complimentary with all tyre purchases
Audi Tyre Warranty replaces your tyre in the event of damage caused by one of the following events:
- Sharp objects such as nails and pieces of broken glass.
- Direct Impact Damage i.e. kerb or pothole.
- Vandalism caused by third party.
The warranty cover applies to all tyres purchased from an authorised Audi dealer.
Warranty cover applies for 2 years, or until 3mm of tread depth remains, whichever occurs first.
The reimbursement shall be calculated on the current recommended retail price (RRP) of Audi for the replacement tyre based on the following:
- In the first year 100%
- In the second year 75%
Audi Genuine Tyres
Also ask us about AO Tyres.
Audi Genuine Tyres are specifically created for each Audi model and manufactured using the latest materials and testing criteria.
The ‘AO’ mark, which stands for ‘Audi Only’, appears on all Audi Genuine Tyres to signify that the tyre is approved and fitted as an original Audi product.
All Audi Genuine Tyres endure numerous performance assessments before receiving the Audi approval of quality and safety.
It is essential that your Audi Genuine Tyres are regularly looked after.
The following tips can help prolong the life of your tyres and reduce any associated costs.
Check your tyre pressure regularly. Incorrect tyre pressure can result in higher wear and tear. It is important to check your tyre pressure every month to prevent damage.
Maintain wheel alignment to enable the tyres to wear evenly.
Tyre Tread Depth
Tread depth has an important influence on the safety of your vehicle. As the tyre’s tread depth wears down, its ability to grip the road is reduced, impacting your breaking distance and safety. Audi recommends replacing your tyres at a minimum tread depth of 3mm. The legal minimum tyre tread depth is 1.6mm. Check your tyres regularly to ensure it is not below the minimum depth.
Rotate tyre positions if any irregular wear is found
Kerbs and Potholes
Steer clear of objects that may damage your tyres such as kerbs and potholes.
Check your tyres frequently for any damages such as cuts, bulges, uneven wear and embedded objects.
Keep your tyres clean by avoiding contact with oil, grease and fuel.
Get Your Tyres Balanced
Get your tyres balanced whenever you change them to extend their life.
EU Tyre Label
All tyres, produced from July 1st 2012 and on sale from November 1st 2012, are required to carry the EU Tyre Label.
Tyres contribute up to 20% of the overall fuel consumption for a car. The less resistance your tyres endure, the less energy will be consumed meaning you will save CO2.. Class A tyres deliver the best fuel efficiency. The difference between class A and G is up to 0.7 litres at 100km/h.
Wet grip affects your tyre’s breaking distance on a wet road surface. Better wet grip results in shorter braking distance. The difference between class A tyres and class F tyres stopping distance is up to 18 metres.
The external noise made by the tyre, measured in decibels, contributes to sound pollution.
The black sound waves illustrated on the label show how loud/quiet a tyre is. The more sound waves, the louder the tyres.
- 3 sound waves: Complies with the EU limit values.
- 2 sound waves: Complies with the EU limit values or is up to 3 dB under them.
- 1 sound wave: 3 dB below the EU limit values applicable from 2016.