I had a car accident, and had an accident report kept, but I could not get a reimbursement for tires. Why?

If your tires were damaged in a car accident, you will get a reimbursement for tires provided that an accident report was kept. However, tire blowouts, bulges, or wear due to hitting a curb, etc. are not compensated. This is because the insurance company treats these types of damages as a user fault.

What do I need to know about Winter Conditions and Winter Tires?

You should have a set of tire chains and necessary equipment on your vehicle (a car emergency kit, fire extinguisher, etc.) Keeping these materials within easy reach will simplify your job when you need them.
Good eyesight is critical to safe driving. Before starting the engine, make sure that the headlights and warning lights are in working and clean condition.
It is critical to clean frozen wiper blades before use and fill windshield wiper fluid with antifreeze against factors affecting eyesight negatively under winter conditions.
Make sure that windshield water nozzles are intact, windshield wiper fluid tank is full and antifreeze is added, windshield wipers are operating properly and wiper blades are in good condition.
Because rain and snow will extend sight and stopping distance, you should maintain a longer trailing distance from the car in front than you would normally have.
As icing risk will be higher on bridges, viaducts, and windy roads than on other road sections, you need to slow down and avoid sudden movements of the steering wheel.
When you come across surface water at high speed, slightly releasing the gas pedal and pressing on the clutch pedal will reduce the risk of fishtailing.
The most important rule to be followed while driving in winter conditions is to maintain a low speed.
If weather conditions are harsh and you need to go out, you should better not drive, and use mass transportation on days when traffic safety is low.
If you need to drive in a region where the use of tire chains is necessary, you should read the tire chain installation - removal instructions on the chain box.
Users must take the necessary measures, have maintenance tasks carried out regularly, and protect their vehicles, exercising maximum care while driving.
Driving on a flat tire may cause damage to the rim and other parts.

How can I replace tires?

When tire replacement is necessary due to seasonal changes, please contact our After Sales Service department. You can contact our after-sales service representatives via telephone, mail, or live support, using the details in the contact section. To speed up the process, you can demand new tries from the following link. Lastik değişimi

What do I need to know about using snow chains?

When the vehicle is fitted with snow chains, you should maintain a speed of maximum 40 km/h, reduce speed while driving over speed bumps, and avoid going up the pavements. You should take the bends very slowly. Shortly after fitting the snow chains, chain connections and tension should be checked, and tightened until there is no play. Any damage that occurs due to failure to follow these instructions and breakdown of the chain will be considered as a user fault and charged to the lessee. Chains must not be used for extended periods of time on dry roads. (It is not possible to install snow chains on compact spare tires. If the tire of a drive wheel blows out, replace it with another tire, and fit the spare tire instead of that tire, and fit the snow chain on the drive wheel.)