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*Offer Details: Receive up to a $100 offer when you purchase a set of four (4) Cooper Tires from select Cooper Tire lines. offer amounts vary per tire line and model. Tires must be purchased in the valid fall promotional material to redeem offer. Offer valid in US from October 1, 2018 through October 31, 2018; Purchase must be made at an authorized and participating Cooper Tire retailer. Limit 2 offers per household. Not valid with any other offer.
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FORM AND OFFICIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS ALSO AVAILABLE AT POINT OF PURCHASE. PAYMENT OF REWARD IS BASED ON PURCHASES IN THE U.S., CANADA, AND PUERTO RICO AND WILL BE MADE THROUGH A COOPER TIRES VISA PREPAID CARD. CARDS ARE ISSUED BY METABANK®, MEMBER FDIC, PURSUANT TO A LICENSE FROM VISA U.S.A. IF APPLICABLE, THE SYNCHRONY VISA PREPAID CARD IS ISSUED BY METABANK, MEMBER FDIC PURSUANT TO A LICENSE FROM VISA U.S.A. INC. VISA PREPAID CARDS CANNOT BE REDEEMED FOR CASH AND CANNOT BE USED FOR CASH WITHDRAWALS. VISA PREPAID CARDS CAN BE USED EVERYWHERE VISA DEBIT CARDS ARE ACCEPTED. OFFER IS IN EFFECT FOR TIRES PURCHASED FROM OCTOVER 1, 2018 – DECEMBER 15, 2018. REWARD REQUEST MUST BE MADE BY NOVEMBER 30, 2018 AND RECEIVED BY DECEMBER 15, 2018 FOR U.S. ENTRIES. CANADIAN ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED BY JANUARY 14, 2019 AND RECEIVED BY JANUARY 30, 2018. OFFER BASED ON AVAILABILITY OF ELIGIBLE NEW TIRES AT TIME OF PURCHASE. $50 REWARD IS AVAILABLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING QUALIFYING TIRES: COOPER DISCOVERER HT3TM, COOPER DISCOVERER HTPTM**, COOPER GLS TOURINGTM** TIRES. $60 REWARED IS AVAILABLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING QUALIFYING TIRES: COOPER ADVENTURER A/TTM**, COOPER ADVENTURER H/TTM**, COOPER ADVENTURER TOURTM** TIRES. $70 REWARD IS AVAILABLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING QUALIFYING TIRES: COOPER CS5 GRAND TOURINGTM, COOPER CS5 ULTRA TOURINGTM, COOPER DISCOVERER A/T3TM, COOPER DISCOVERER AT3 4STM, COOPER DISCOVERER AT3 LTTM, COOPER DISCOVERER AT3 XLTTM, COOPER DISCOVERER ATPTM**, COOPER DISCOVERER RTXTM**, COOPER DISCOVERER SRXTM, COOPER DISCOVERER STT PROTM, COOPER DISCOVERER S/TMAXXTM TIRES. $100 REWARD IS AVAILABLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING QUALIFYING TIRES: COOPER ZEON RS3-G1TM. SUBSTITUTIONS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE. LIMIT OF ONE REWARD PER NEW SET OF FOUR QUALIFYING TIRES PURCHASED IN A SINGLE TRANSACTION. PURCHASES MUST BE FOR HOUSEHOLD USE, AND OFFER IS LIMITED TO TWO CLAIMS PER PERSON, FAMILY, HOUSEHOLD, EMAIL OR ADDRESS. THIS OFFER IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, SO THE NAME ON THE FORM MUST MATCH THE NAME ON THE SALES RECEIPT.
REWARD AMOUNT DEPENDS ON QUALIFYING TIRES PURCHASED AND METHOD OF PAYMENT. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW. **AVAILABLE AT SELECT RETAILERS ONLY.Read More
Most vehicles in New Jersey must be inspected for emissions every two years, though there are notable exceptions to that rule. Some vehicles, including ambulances, hotel buses, taxicabs and limos must be inspected annually. Others, including gas-powered passenger cars that are model year 1995 or older and weigh 8,500 pounds or less, don’t have to be emission tested at all. Owners of vehicles that do need to be inspected have two options: they can have this service performed at a state-owned or privately owned NJ certified emissions repair facility. Read on for the pros and cons.Read More
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If you own a car, you’re probably used to making biannual trips to a certified vehicle inspection center for emissions testing. Thanks to changes in NJ state inspection requirements, you may not need to do that this year. If the sticker on your car’s windshield indicates your vehicle is due for an inspection this summer, you need to be aware of some important changes to New Jersey’s inspection policy before you head to your local service center. You may be one of many vehicle owners who discovers your car-related to-do list just became one item shorter.Read More
After you vehicle is five years old, Every two years in New Jersey you have your car inspected. So, what are your options? You can either go to the State Inspection Stations lanes, which in our case is in Newton. Or you have the option of visiting a local shop and there is usually a fee along with it. Local shops however can do exactly the same thing as the state lanes do! And, it’s probably more convenient if you don’t live close to the State Lanes and don't want to wait on long lines. Also with the new changes coming in May of 2016, you will only be able to get your failed vehicle re-inspected at a private inspection facility. Keep in mind however, that you are supporting a local shop which is probably supporting your local community. Sure there's a fee that comes along with it, but keep in the back of your mind “Shop Local, Buy Local”. By getting your inspection done at DeBoers Auto, your supporting our local community. Below is a list of Private Inspection Facilities in Sussex County:Read More
There are many amazing things about living in New Jersey. We have the most dynamic big cities and small towns, scenic mountains and gorgeous beaches, and amazing dining, entertainment and cultural opportunities. One other thing we have are leaders who are serious about enhancing everyone’s quality of life with rules aimed at reducing pollution. One such rule is most vehicles licensed in New Jersey are required to pass an emissions test every two years. Vehicles that don’t pass inspection must undergo emission repair until they do pass.Read More
Just like you are required to pay taxes, if you own a car in New Jersey, you are required to have your car inspected every two years. Soon, however, some vehicle categories will be exempt from inspections. You probably comply with this requirement so the police will not issue you a ticket. You may comply grudgingly, wondering why you’re required to have your car inspected biannually. Read on to learn some of the reasons New Jersey state inspections are required. You may not approach your next vehicle inspection with enthusiasm, but perhaps you will no longer resent the idea.Read More