Originally Posted by ROCKETRON
Yes dealer offered it when i picked up the car and as i had read about the possibility of maybe needing 2 new tyres for 1 puncture thought i would take it. It cost £299 for 3 years and covers all punctures and accidental damage but not wear.
I understand that the e90 suspension is tuned to use runflats and without them would probably be a little soft. The e60 was sold with and without them so you can easily change back if you want.
That is pretty expensive.
I took out Barclaycard / RAC tyre insurance for £50- equivalent to £150 for 3 years.
RAC tyre insurance as a Barclaycard offer
Costs £49.99 for 12 months, covering upto £250 per tyre, covering upto £1250 annually with upto £30 for call-out fitters.
Covers accidental & malicious damage.
Doesn't cover the first £10 of any claim & no claims allowed in the first 30 days.
Runflats are definitely covered- I made sure!
Have a look at the website info for the small print.
I'm assuming BMW offer more than that in their deal?