Enterprise tirewall damage

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Neil Maley

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I sincerely hope, smd, that your intention of commenting on posts, not just mine, is not to be one a moderator. If so, I suggest working on your delivery. Pardon me if I misunderstood, but I believed this to be a forum for consumer questions not to question consumer prioritization skills or lack thereof. While I appreciate your input on some things, again, working on your delivery would make this forum much helpful for everyone. Best wishes. And thanks to everyone else for the comments.
Moderators have “moderator” indicator on their signatutes. If you do not see that, the person posting is simply a forum member and their opinions are permitted. See mine for an example.

I have to agree with weihlac that this can be dangerous to drive on this tire.

I would suggest you contact Enterprise or take it to a local Enterprise store and ask them what to do. Is a potential life threatening accident worth the cost of a tire?
 
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I sincerely hope, smd, that your intention of commenting on posts, not just mine, is not to be one a moderator. If so, I suggest working on your delivery. Pardon me if I misunderstood, but I believed this to be a forum for consumer questions not to question consumer prioritization skills or lack thereof. While I appreciate your input on some things, again, working on your delivery would make this forum much helpful for everyone. Best wishes. And thanks to everyone else for the comments.
Sorry you interpreted my comment this way. If I had meant to question your skills, I would have said "you" not "we". My intent was to suggest that in our advice to you we need to recognize that your situation has a significant safety risk and a relatively minor financial risk.
 
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