Review AMP Tires for All Terrains and Off Roading

What is the best AMP tire for off roading?

AMP’s most versatile off-road tire, the M/T A Terrain Attack. It features a hyper-aggressive tread pattern that includes large and deep tread lugs (measuring 19- to 22-mms deep), with large void spaces to help dig into the earth and gravel and mud. For protection against rock cuts, it comes with a 3-ply sidewall. Source URL

Where can I buy AMP tires in the US?

AMP Tires are available through distribution centres in the US and Canada as well as online through select retailers such as Priority Tire. Source URL

Can I use my AMP tires with the warranty on any other vehicle?

We are grateful for your purchase of AMP brand tires(s). This warranty only applies to the original purchaser of an AMP TIRE and cannot be transferred. All eligible tires must be new and must be installed on the vehicle where they were originally installed. They must also have an equivalent or greater load index to the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications. Source URL

How do I file a claim with AMP tires?

You must meet the following requirements to make a claim under the Limited Warranty: The Limited Warranty gives the original purchaser specific legal rights. Other rights may also exist, which can vary from one state to the next.

  1. You can present your vehicle with the subject tires and produce an original invoice from an AMP Tires dealer.
  2. For tire servicing, present the complete information about the tire installation. The Tire Service Record must show the dates and places where the tire rotations were performed for tread wear mileage warranty consideration. You can follow the rotation interval from your vehicle owner’s manual or any dealer information provided with your vehicle purchase.

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What will the AMP tires warranty not cover?

  • Due to: incorrect inflation, overloading or vehicle misalignment; tire mixing; failure to rotate tires; poor mechanical condition of brakes, shocks, and wheels; or any other factors that could be related to the vehicle or wheel.
  • Any tire that has been run at low air pressure or flat.
  • Tires that have submitted for a mileage adjustment may have worn out unevenly or show a difference of 2/32 inches between major tread grooves or between the front and rear sets.
  • Damage due to abuse; vandalism; tire alteration; tire spinning; extreme temperature exposure; police pursuit; racing; or other competitive activities.
  • Oil-based chemicals, water-based sealers and balancing substances can cause corrosion, damage, corrosion, or deterioration.
  • Properly used tire chains can cause damage.
  • Studded tires can be damaged if they are installed with studs of the wrong size.
  • Tires must be installed within three months of the date of purchase; damage caused by improper storage.
  • Tires with DOT identification numbers removed or rendered illegible.

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