Emergency Care

We hope you never need emergency care on the side of the road. But if you do, make sure you have proper roadside assistance before you need it. There are numerous programs offered, and every program has its own idiosyncrasies. Most annual charges range from $30 to $100 or more, and often include towing, flat-tire changing, lost-key replacement, help with vehicles that are stuck and delivery of fuel (if you’re stuck on empty). 

Michelin® has tried to reduce the stress surrounding emergency roadside situations by providing customers with 24/7 Flat Tire Changing Assistance for 3 years through the Michelin® Promise Plan. Click here to read more. 

New/Used Car Programs 

Vehicle Manufacturers often provide roadside assistance programs for free with new or certified pre-owned vehicles. Free doesn’t last forever, so know your program’s expiration date.

Auto Clubs 

AAA, Better World Club, AARP and Manufacturer-Specific Auto Clubs are the most common “add-on” programs. Some tow to dealerships. Some tow to the nearest repair shop (and not your shop of choice), so make sure the program matches your specific needs.

Club Membership

Sam’s Club, Costco and BJ’s Wholesale Club, for example, now offer their own auto club membership. Their differences are similar to auto clubs, so match the program to your needs, not theirs.

Insurance Companies

A number of insurance companies now offer their own auto club membership. Be aware that some companies will raise your premiums if you utilize emergency service, so read the fine print. Call your vehicle’s insurance company to inquire.

The Michelin Promise Plan™

Michelin wants its customers to be 100% satisfied with their tire purchase. This is why Michelin offers the following on tires purchased after March 1, 2011:  


    • 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
    • Flat Tire Changing Assistance up to 150 miles
    • Limited Mileage Warranty


To learn more about the Michelin Promise Plan, click here.

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Please tell us the year, make and model of the vehicle for which you would like a tire recommendation. Also please let us know which tire features are important to you. Finally, let us know the area of the country where you do most of your driving. This way, we can provide you with our best recommendation.

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  • Your vehicle was manufactured with multiple tire sizes. Please select your size.

    Knowing your tire size can help save time at the tire retailer. It also enables you to make an informed tire purchase.

You can find your vehicle's original equipment tire size in one of the following places:
1. On the tire placard located on the driver's door jamb 
2. In your owners manual
3. On glove compartment door
 4. Inside the fuel hatch or trunk lid

You can also check your existing tire's designation on the sidewall. However, there is no guarantee that these are the original tire size unless they came on the vehicle new.

 Note: Tire Size Image. Show sidewall and tire placard. Example below from UK.
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  • This three-digit number represents the width of the tire in millimeters (mm), measured from sidewall to sidewall. Since this measure is affected by the width of the rim, the measurement is done when the tire is on its intended rim size.  <div><img src="/assets/mi/system/images/contextual-help/R2-width.png" /></div>
  • The aspect ratio is the relationship of a tire's sidewall height to its section width, expressed as a percentage. In this example, the tire sidewall height is approximately 55% of the tire width. The higher the number, the taller the sidewall; the lower the number, the lower the sidewall.<div><img src="/assets/mi/system/images/contextual-help/R2-aspect.png" /></div>
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