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Purchased a new set of tires a year ago from a tire shop. The other day one of the tires blew out (sounded like a loud firecracker) despite the fact that I did not run over any objects or hit a pot hole. The tires were properly inflated. This caused major damage to the rim and suspension of the car, luckily there were no injuries. Had a mechanic check it out and he told us we were sold cheap chinese tires that have a reputation for being dangerous. Had I known about the brand of tires I would not have bought them. However, the tire shop knew about their dangers because when I went to complain about the damage, they said "that's what you get for buying cheap chinese tires." Then the owner gave the old "road hazard" excuse. I'm going to pursue in small claims court but what are my chances?
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