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+1 A good idea to call first but I can't think of a reason why you shouldn't be able to. I'm pretty sure that the wording in the Warranty and the Lifetime Service Agreement both state something to the effect of "take or send your tool" to the nearest service center.
~~Don't worry about old age; it doesn't last that long.
Absolutely call first as you need to know the best way for that particular service center. In the past, I've only had to face that situation once and in that case UPS was the best method. Good to let the service center know it's coming and how.