Originally Posted by azdryheat
Recording serial numbers ahead of time is a good idea. I thought, when we bought our tires, that the numbers were recorded on the paperwork. Used to be that way but I just checked mine for the Voltage and truck and there are no numbers recorded. But then, knock on wood, I run LT's and aren't expecting any tire trouble. Still, I'll get out there and record the numbers just to have them.
I read an article awhile back, I can't recall if it was the NHTSA or the RMA, but there was mention of a requirement for the dealer to record serial numbers on the bill of sale. This is required so the manufacturer can send out recall notices in the event of a defect.
Ever since I first heard the term "China Bomb" I have been looking for complaints on tires to NHTSA's web site, they are few and far between.
Perhaps if more of us lodged complaints, rather than just "fix" the problem, we would be getting better tires on our campers.