A Promise of this Magnitude can only come from MICHELIN®.
We stand behind each tire.
MICHELIN® takes great care in engineering and manufacturing some of the best tires on the road and we are just as committed to making sure you are satisfied with your tire purchase. When you purchase a MICHELIN® tire you don’t just get a tire designed to deliver lasting performance, you get the instilled confidence of the MICHELIN® Promise Plan.
30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
If you’re not 100% satisfied, bring the tires and original sales receipt back to the place of purchase within 30 days for a new set of tires.
3-Year Flat Tire Changing Assistance
A qualified service professional will change your flat or provide towing at no charge. Available 24/7.
Limited Mileage Warranty
MICHELIN® passenger and light truck tires are covered by a limited warranty for treadwear.
See Michelin® limited mileage warranties
MICHELIN® Owner's Manual
All MICHELIN® tires (both Replacement & Original Equipment) come with a limited warranty for treadwear, as well as a limited warranty which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first. Mileage treadwear warranties vary by tire line. For the specific mileage treadwear warranty for your MICHELIN® tire, see
MICHELIN® Brand Mileage Treadwear Warranties.
Download MICHELIN® Passenger & Light Truck Tire Replacement Limited Warranty & Owner's Manual
Download MICHELIN® Original Equipment Passenger & Light Truck Tire Limited Warranty
See your tire retailer or michelinman.com for more information.
Register your MICHELIN® Tires
Help us keep you safe throughout the life of your tires. MICHELIN® cares about your safety. When you purchased your tires, your MICHELIN® tire retailer should have given you a DOT Tire Registration Card or an Owner's Manual which includes a DOT Tire Registration Card in the back. Your MICHELIN® tire retailer can help you complete the card or you can register on-line. In the unlikely event of a safety recall, it is important to have your contact information so we can contact you directly.
The Importance of Tires: The tire is the only contact between your vehicle and the ground. In order to ensure greater safety and to achieve longer tire life, it is essential to adhere to certain principles.
Technical Bulletin Regarding Service Life Information for Passenger Car & Light Truck Tires: MICHELIN® recommends having passenger car and light truck tires, including spare tires, inspected regularly by a qualified tire specialist, such as an authorized MICHELIN® tire retailer, who will assess the tire’s suitability for continued service. Tires which have been in use for 5 years or more should continue to be inspected by a specialist at least annually.Download the complete Technical Bulletin