The handbook for my standard wheelbase Espace warns not to fit non Renault wheels to the vehicle. It does not give a reason though.Also to note this only affects the Grand models the normal Espace's are fine.
You assume of course that the fitter has not fitted wheels and tyres against the manufacturers reccomendations. If they have then they would be on very sticky ground.I'd say third party alloy wheels approved and fitted by a professional tyre/wheel specialist would not be the cause of said accident,
and that the insurance company is only dealing lies and utter b in this case.
If I was a tyre specialist getting sued over this, I'd get my solicitor to battle this out all the way,
thus, forcing the insurance company to provide evidence to substantiate their claims.
Exactly. A good tyre fitter would know these things, and I believe the Espace is common enough in the UK,You assume of course that the fitter has not fitted wheels and tyres against the manufacturers reccomendations. If they have then they would be on very sticky ground.
I don't disagree with that in anyway, although I don't think all of that is down to the tyre specialist.Badly fitted, worn or poorly matched tyres are major contributions to road accidents, especially those on motorways and other high speed roads.