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What’s the best way to maintain my vehicle after having Trident Protection Products applied?
Regular vehicle maintenance care. Regular washing and vacuuming as required (normally every two to three weeks). Normal car care products are available at your local dealer or any local retail store. Local detail shops are also a knowledgeable source to ask about vehicle care products.
My RV is outside all the time. What’s the best way to maintain its exterior?
Covers are always suggested, but if that isn’t possible, washing once per month is recommended because dirt and contaminants accumulate (especially on the roof), even when not in use.
Can your Trident protected vehicle go safely through a car wash?
Yes. For the best exterior care, especially with dark colors, a brushless or soft-cloth wash facility is highly recommended. You will not wear Trident off going through a car wash.
Do I need to wax my vehicle after having the Trident product applied?
Wax is not needed or required for protection. A polish can be used to enhance appearance over time and will not affect the Trident protection. Polishing will also help remove stubborn marks or other debris that do not come off with washing.
What if I get a spill on my car’s interior?
Try to blot it with a damp cloth as much as possible. If a spot remains, contact your dealer or local detail shop to have it extracted. If professional cleaning does not remove the stain, contact Trident through our website to start a claims process.
Can I still have my car detailed like I used to?
Absolutely. We even recommend it. Polishing will enhance your vehicle’s appearance over time. Polishing with a finishing or polishing pad will not affect Tridents protection. Compounds or cutting pads are not recommended, as they will diminish the Trident protected surface. If your detailer is removing scratches using compounds, Trident should be reapplied to the affected area.
Do I have to go to my selling dealer to have my tire that was damaged by a road hazard repaired or replaced?
No. Your dealer or any tire shop can repair or replace your tire, but you must first call for authorization prior to repair. Always call the number on your contract for emergency roadside assistance or the number for repair/replacement. Start a claim now.
Do I have to pay for my repair upfront?
Not if your selling dealer participates in our program. If repaired at another location, you will be reimbursed. Prior authorization is required.
If a wheel is damaged, can I get the same wheel replaced?
Normally an attempt will be made to repair the original wheel, but if a new wheel is required, it will be replaced. If your contract includes aftermarket wheels, every attempt will be made to duplicate the damaged wheel or next closest style wheel. Prior authorization is required.
What do I do if I lose your key or remote?
If you have the optional Key/Remote coverage, please call the 800 number on your contract for assistance. Prior authorization is required.
What if I get a door ding?
Please call the 800 number on your contract for assistance. Prior authorization is required.
What do I do if I get a chip in my windshield?
Please call the 800 number on your contract for assistance. Prior authorization is required.