I remember hearing something about Goodyear tires having a 30-day test drive. Is this true? I recently bought two new sets of Goodyear tires from a local Goodyear Gemini Car Care shop - Eagle RSAs and ComforTreds - for my two Crown Victorias. Unfortunately, I got in a wreck yesterday in one of the Crown Vics and the car is going to be a total loss. I don't really want to give the insurance company a brand new set of tires since they're not going to give me anything extra for them anyhow. (My mechanic still has the old set of tires at his shop, so I can get them put on the car before the insurance adjuster comes to view my car.) So, my questions are: Do Goodyear tires really have the 30-day test drive guarantee? If so, does the guarantee apply to all of their tires, or just the Assurance line (including the ComforTreds). Does anyone know how the guarantee works? Do they refund your money or make you buy another set of tires or what? If they refund your money, is it just the price of the tires or does it included labor, valve stems, and everything? Time is of the essence here since I purchased both sets of tires about 27 days ago. I wanted to get some answers on here before I call the store and hear their version of the story. I don't really trust the Goodyear service center to be upfront and honest with me.