What should I look for when buying car tires?
- KociLv 43 months ago
You can see where you can put your luggage .Source(s): car s
- regeruggedLv 73 months ago
Quality and price are the main considerations. Buy Goodyear.
- FLv 73 months ago
Any tyre works fine in the dry. However the wet braking distance of some cheap tyres especially Chinese ones with copycat names , are dangerously long compared to premium tyres.
People will come here and say, I just drive around town, never drive fast, cheap tyres will do me.
One day you might need that grip, and then you’ll wish you hadn’t gone for the cheapest.
For most cars, cheap tyres come in at £40-50 each and premium £80-100. Considering they’ll probably last at least 50% longer, you aren’t saving much with the cheap tyres and risking your life.
I always take the view , that decent tyres cost less than a crash.
- garryLv 63 months ago
price and quality , some last longer or handle the wet better , cheap tyres are cheap and over expensive arent worth the money , as i said good price , good quality and good in the wet .
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- ArtemiscLv 73 months ago
Go on Tire Rack.com. They have customer reviews.
- Anonymous3 months ago
You're not going to be cornering at 2gs on a race track. If you're just puttering around town and you drive safely, inexpensive walmart tires will work fine. You can spend more money on more expensive tires, and yeah sometimes the tires priced 2x as much will have slightly better handling on wet roads. But if you're just trying to save money and commute back and forth, tires arent that important. Cheap ones from walmart will work fine. Look for ones that have a long mileage warranty.
- Anonymous3 months ago
Price. The higher the cost the better the condition of the tire. Though, you do want the right size for your car too, so that means a second look. If at a tire store ask them. You can buy new or somewhat used(at a discount)
- fuzzyLv 43 months ago
I go by what has worked over the years, Kelly Springfield
- thebax2006Lv 73 months ago
Kind of hard to recommend a brand and type of tire for you when I have no clue what type of vehicle you need tires foror how much money you have to spend!Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- John AldenLv 73 months ago
Proper size, load and speed rating for your vehicle. Proper tread pattern for the driving you will be doing. A price you can afford that includes all of the above.