Warranty & Insurance - Ride-On Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Ride-On Tire Protection tire sealant covered by product liability insurance?

A: Yes. Ride-On has product liability insurance with the Admiral Insurance Company.

Q: How does Ride-On affect the tire manufacturer's warranty?

A : Ride-On is an inert tire sealant that does not attack or damage tires or wheels. Ride-On contains anti-corrosive agents to help protect steel or aluminum wheels and tire belts from rust. Ride-On has obtained letters from Bridgestone, Firestone, Continental, General Tire, Yokohama, Michelin, Goodyear, and Toyo Tires stating that the use of Ride-On does not void their warranties, unless the damage to the tire or wheel has been caused by the sealant.

Q: What Warranty does Ride-On offer to its customers?

A: Warranty & Disclaimer . Ride-On Centre B.V. warrants Ride-On to be free from manufacturing defects. The Company shall not be liable for any consequential or other damage or remedy. The Company's sole obligation and your exclusive remedy are limited to product replacement.

Ride-On Centre B.V. expressly disclaim all other warranties and/or conditions, whether express or implied, including (but not limited to) the implied warranties and conditions of merchantability, satisfactory quality, and fitness for a particular purpose. Inovex Industries shall not under any circumstance be liable for towing expenses, tire repair or replacement expenses, or for any claims or damages (including any special, incidental, or consequential damages, or any damage to tires wheels, vehicles, drivers, passengers, or any other entities or property) arising from operating a vehicle with under-inflated or flat tires, failing to inspect or maintain tire properly, or failing to follow instructions for the proper handling of punctures and other damage to tires.