Depends on the exact words of the contract. If intentional wrongdoings, like vandalism isn't covered, then it's not covered. My question is how can they tell it was vandalism ?
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It would depend upon the precise wording of their hazard package and the exclusions as well as the accuracy of their "determinaton" of an excluded event such as vandalism.
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It is possible that the agreement states that the warranty covers "everything," only to to have another provision that carves out intentional acts, off road use, vandalism, and commercial use. I am reminded of a phrase that states, "the big print givith, and the fine print taketh away." In any case, I imagine it would be difficult to determine the screws were the result of vandalism, I would ask the tire shop how they know it was vandalism.
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