What is the three-tire rule?

The three-tire rule says that auto insurance won’t cover replacement if you only slash three tires. However, that is false. If you have comprehensive coverage, any number of slashed tires can be covered. Although you will still have to pay your deductible, you only receive comparable value for your tires. Since your auto insurance rates can increase with a claim, it may be cheaper for you to pay for tire replacement yourself.

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UPDATED: Feb 2, 2022

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