Worn out tires after 22,000 km

i purchased 4 uniroyal on july 22nd 2012,i took car for safety inspection april 2014 the tires were tiger paw touring checked mileage on them because i still have my sales slip ,they are nor fit to put on road, i bought them at carroll tri count in liverpool nova scotia,the car is a2008 chevy aveo,took back to service center they said there was nothing they could do for me,that tire it shows on you web site saus i should get 110,000 km,had it road inspected ,they put a rejection sticker untill i bougt new ones, i think i deserve at least some answers from you ,that will be the last time i bye uniroyals
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#491009 Review #491009 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Liverpool, Nova Scotia
Loss
$600

UNIROYAL LAREDO TIRES/BLAZER

I AGREE WITH THE OTHER CONSUMER CONCERNING HIS LAREDO TIRES. WE ALSO HAVE A 2001 BLAZER AND MOSTLY DRIVE IN THE CITY.I AM JUST CONSIDERING REPLACING THEM AT 50,000 MILES. GOOD FOR A CHEAP OEM TIRE. I HAVE HAD OTHER OEM TIRES ON A DIFFERENT CAR AND ONLY GOT 30,000 MILE OUT OF THEM. I AM HUNTING AROUND FOR REPLACEMENTS AND CAN'T SEEM TO FIND THE AWR WITHOUT RAISED WHITE LETTERING. ON A CLOSING NOTE THE BLAZER STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL BRAKES AND THEY STILL HAVE 30% PADS LEFT ON THEM TRULY AMAZING FOR AN AMERICAN SUV.
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#36292

I've always had chevy trucks. when I need tires I stick w/oem; uniroyal.

the ride is excellent and they wear for ever. anybody who is having problems w/their tires should check alignment and front end parts for wear.

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