Driving Style

Think about your driving style

There are many factors to consider when selecting tires to fit your needs, such as ride comfort, handling, traction, performance and price, to name a few. The options can be overwhelming, but you can narrow your choices significantly by identifying the factors most important to you.

Some typical questions to ask:.

  • Do you have a long commute or take a lot of road trips? If so, you’ll want to consider the expected mileage of the tires, ride comfort, fuel efficiency and if the tires are quiet.
  • Do you have a sports car or do a lot of spirited driving? Tires that focus on handling and are developed for high performance cars may be what you need.
  • Do you drive in a lot of rain? You may want to consider the wet braking distance of the tires.
  • Do you do a significant amount of off-road driving? If you only occasionally drive off-road, say down a dirt trail to go camping, then all-terrain tires might be a good option. However, if you spend a significant amount of time crawling over rocks and through mud tackling adventure, then dedicated off-road tires may be what you need.
  • Consider the mileage warranty. Mileage warranties can be an important consideration when comparing tire options. Learn more about our mileage warranties here.

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