As a general rule, people should buy new tires for every 40,000 miles driven, although the number varies depending on factors including the condition of the original tires and which road surfaces were used, according to ... More »

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The exact size, type and rating for a tire is listed on that tire's sidewall, according to Cars.com, and, as TireSafety.com notes, in the owner's manual. These are used to find an exact match or similar tires. More »

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According to Consumer Reports, fall, is the best time to buy tires, with spring coming in a close second. Many tire retailers have sales in October to encourage people to buy new tires for winter and then again in April ... More »

Choose the best tires for your car by determining the size of tires that your vehicle needs, analyzing the road conditions the tires must be capable of traversing, and buying the highest quality of tires that fulfill tho... More »

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While tires typically lasted about 20,000 miles in 1970, some long-lasting tires now last up to 80,000 miles, according to HowStuffWorks. Driving style, road conditions and proper maintenance all affect the longevity of ... More »

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The recommended tire pressure for car tires is dependent on a combination of factors, including tire size, vehicle weight and the temperature. Modern cars mark the recommended tire pressure on a sticker or placard inside... More »

As of 2015, there are a number of vehicle tires made in the United States: B.F Goodrich, Bridgestone/Firestone, Cooper, Goodyear, Dunlop, Kelly-Springfield, Titan Tire and Yokohama Tire. The U.S. Department of Transporta... More »