Originally Posted by CJBROWN
Tires are warranted from the date they're put in service, not the date they were manufactured. Still good they got them more fresh for you for sure.
Unfortunately, the issue isn't a matter of warranty length... it's a matter of tire life. RV tires wear out due to age LONG before most will ever wear out their tread. So getting a coach that has 3 year old tires means you'll most likely end up replacing them much sooner than you should have to.
Most new RV tires say they can last up to 10 years... as long as they are properly cared for... but the manufacturers usually say that this is only if you have annual inspections done (some say starting at 5 years old, others at 7 years).
So, new coach or old, be sure to check those DOT dates!