Originally Posted by StevenD
In the EU running dot or not is more of an insurance issue: if you run tyres that are not road approved and get in to an accident your not insured, even if it's no your mistake.
Wont the US insurances bother you in the same way?
I'm surprised there's not some obscure boiler plate language in the policy that provides a loop hole for the insurance carrier in the event some component of the insured vehicle is not DOT approved. They're all about not paying out under some bs clause.
All i could see is a blanket tire exclusion, under collision coverage.
Like Aaron said, are you stating fact, or just an assumption on your part ?