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What are the best type of new tires?
The best types of new tires are simply those that are best suited for your location, climate, and car. Certain areas in the world require specific types of tires. For example, the type of tire well suited for Las Vegas in the summer is much different than the type of tire that you should use in northern Minnesota. Moreover, the type of tire for a Mercedes is going to be much different then the type of tire for a Hummer!
What are the top tire brands?
- Michelin tires
- Bridgestone tires
- BF Goodrich tires
- Firestone tires
- Uniroyal tires
- Fuzion tires
- Goodyear tires
- Continental tires
- Dunlop tires
- General tires
- Kelly tires
- Kumho tires
- Mickey Thompson tires
- Nexen tires
- Nitto tires
- Dick Cepek tires
- Goodride tires
- Capitol tires
- Carlisle tires
How to find the best types of car tires?
Maintaining your tires is one of the most important parts of keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape. Tires need to be replaced when tread gets low, as they age or if you experience a flat. All tires are not created equal. Take these factors into account when buying your next set of tires.
All season tires are common and fit a range of vehicles from small cars to SUVs and trucks. They're meant to last through all seasons with a smooth ride. They are not ideal for driving in adverse weather conditions or if you're looking for something with more grip on the road. Performance all-season tires provide a better grip on the road and offer better braking and handling. They're also designed for driving at higher speeds without sacrificing your grip on the road. Winter or snow tires are necessary for cold climates. The tread pattern is meant to grip snow and ice on the roads and the rubber is more pliable than with all-season tires. Warranties range all the way from 40,000 miles up to 80,000 or even 100,000 on pricier tires that don't wear as quickly.
Your owners manual specifies the tire size recommended by the manufacturer. You can also look on the tire itself for the size. The first number is the width of the tire in centimeters. The second number is the aspect ratio of the height to the width of the tire. The R in front of the number means radial and the number is the size of the tire diameter in inches. Don't buy tires that are too small for your vehicle. You can go up in size if you'd like, but don't go too extreme or you'll notice a difference in your handling and grip on the road.
Buying Tires in Numbers
It is recommended to purchase tires in sets of four. This way you know all the tires are in the same new condition and should wear similarly. If you must mix and match, never use tires that are two different sizes. You'll experience problems with oversteering and put your safety at risk. Keep the same tread pattern on all tires by not mixing all-season with snow or mud tires for example. Place the newer tires with the best tread on the rear.
Getting the Best Deal
Tire shops frequently offer deals on tires such as buy three and get one free. Some include balancing, aligning and replacing the valve stems while others itemize each charge. These can add up quickly if the shop draws you in with a low-priced tire, but adds countless fees to the total to turn your deal into a mistake.
Take time and do your research when you decide to replace the tires on your car. Using the right size and tread ensures that your tires will last long and you won't need to go through the experience again for another few years.
If you're looking for the best deals in all of Las Vegas, then simply give us a call, we would love to help you!
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