- 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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