Motorcycle insurance company is suing a local shop that sells motorcycle tires
Akira Motorcycle Insurance is suing the local motorcycle shop in the state of Tennessee for allegedly ripping off its tires and not providing them for repair.
The company filed a lawsuit Thursday in Tennessee’s Tennessee Superior Court, alleging that the shop violated the law when it refused to repair Akira tires for free.
The company says that the tire shop allegedly violated Tennessee law by refusing to repair the company’s motorcycles, which have a lower-than-average price tag.
The suit also claims that Akira violated the state’s tire law by charging higher premiums for motorcycle tires than they would have been if they were repaired by a repair shop.
The lawsuit seeks an injunction that would require Akira to stop charging the company for the repair of its tires, according to The Tennessean.
The motorcycle tire company’s attorney, James Brown, told The Tennessan that Akura would defend itself against the lawsuit.