Originally Posted by krhodes1
if you pay attention to what you are doing while driving, wheel and tire insurance is not necessary.
Um, where I live, in MA, I drive with my eyes glued 5' in front of the car (terrible, instead of looking straight ahead) because I am paranoid of all the potholes. Even doing this, I manage to hit a good pothole at least once every couple of months. In the 5 years I've had my car I've had numerous bent rims and bubbles. Had the tire/wheel warranty for the first 4 years and now it's all out of pocket.
High-performance/low-profile fancy wheels have no place in New England no matter how careful you are. But I still love em.