If you end up with nails or other construction debris causing flats, contact the general contractor. If they don’t pay up, contact the city. I gatuntee they will suck up to you after thatSo I guess the question is do you buy certs for the sedan that the wife drives? I've gotten use out of my warranty on my last set of KO2s and re-upped when I bought them again this spring but haven't put them on my wifes tires for the Camry. We are going to be living in a construction zone for years while the development fills out (we are house 5 out of 65+) so I expect screws, nails, and metal to be on the neighborhood roads for a while.
Come to think of it, it was on FYTO in 2016 when I hit a spike or something and ripped a tread block that I used the cert. A lot of you guys were standing around hassling me while I plugged it.
Yup and it's amazing! I haven't ever had to use mine since I've had AMAZING luck with trailer tires (knock on wood) but they do give me peace of mind.