Just purchased a brand new 2014 Dodge Charger R/T, this vehicle only had seven miles on the odometer. While test driving it my wife and I noticed the ride was a bit rougher than what we thought it should be. The person selling us the vehicle (also in the car with us while test driving) assured us it was just the road we were on, so we went ahead with the purchase. Three days later and several roads traveled the ride is still as rough as that day, so I took the car back to them informing them of this. I was told by their service department that the tires do in fact have flat spots on them from sitting on their lot for several months without being moved. Being that this issue is of no fault of mine, and when purchasing a brand new vehicle you go in believing everything on that said vehicle will be of optimal condition I thought they would replace the tires. Nope. I was informed that per their policy the tires are not covered under warranty (even though my wife and I bought every one of their add on warranties) apparently it does us no good whatsoever. Point of this review, just warning all others to check the tires before you buy a vehicle from this place!