A4, Potholes, Sidewall Bulges and Blowouts

What are A4 owners in cold weather states like Michigan doing to help minimize expensive tire replacement due to potholes. I had a set of what I
thought were pretty good tires put on 4 months ago and now have to replace both fronts due to bulges in the sidewalls. I believe this is an across the board issue with all manufacturers with the low profile tires.
Thanks for your comments. Mike
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wrote:

Get your government or whoever's responsible to fix the potholes?
Maybe you can claim compensation for the replacement cost.
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On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 2:38:55 AM UTC+3, MFudalla wrote:

Buy tire models that are nototious for having stiff pothole resistant sidewals. Unfortunately an average retard who writes a "review" on tirerack.com is typically pretty clueless sidewall wise. The morons typically fall in two categories 1. Blissfully unaware how sturdy their sidewall is 2. Get a blown sidewall, blame themselves or the government for not patching up the pothole instead of a crap tire manufactuere. You have to realize though that sturdiness in sidewalls comes at cost: more plies means more weight. And unprung weight is killing suspension, affects handling, etc.
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