CONSIDER HOW YOU DRIVE
Regardless of where you get new tires, there are a few things you should keep in mind:
• Know the size and type of tire recommended by your owner’s manual.
• Determine your needs and priorities. What type of driving you will be doing? Do you prefer a soft ride, a firm ride, or a mix of the two?
• Make sure you purchase a tire that is capable of supporting the load your vehicle might demand. Don’t buy a passenger-car tire if you need a light-truck tire.
• Don’t buy more tire than you need. Consumers often overestimate their tire needs. In most cases, a quality all-season tire will suffice where a touring tire might be suggested.
• Keep in mind that any tire selection is a balance between ride quality, noise suppression, fuel economy, wear, load capability and cost. It’s the job of the ti……click to complete reading