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      04-18-2012, 12:30 PM   #18

Drives: Planning 2015 ED :)
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Arlington VA

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Originally Posted by ZPinhead View Post
The pitch that I got was that if you got a flat that you would not only have to replace the tire but the entire wheel, making having one flat more or less pay for the cost of the insurance. They also said that if you have one flat and drive for any distance (more than 5 miles say) that it was likely you would have to replace the wheel/tire on the opposite side as well.

This is my first BMW and first experience with RFT. Are RFTs really that sensitive?
No he was lying. Tell them you are declining the insurance because you were lied to by the salesman and report them to the BMWCCA if you are a member.