Investing in tires generally is bewildering. It's very difficult to figure out where to start, and specifically if you're new to buying tires you might not know what you're looking for. I hope this source will help you buy your next set of tires. This is the kind of guide we wish we would of had the first time we bought tires. |
Step 1: What kind of tires do you currently have? Check the size, brand, model #'s etc... All this information is easily read off the sidewall of the tire. Don't worry about understanding what it all means at this point. Just write it all down so you have the info at hand. You should also confirm that you actually need new tires.
Step 2: Put in a call to your favorite tire shop or one near by and say: Hi, I own a 2003 Honda Civic and I'd like to see what you have in stock that would fit my car? (substitute your make and model obviously) Ensure you're ready to take down the information they give you, and take down exactly what they tell you. Make sure you know the exact price including installation, and all the detailed info on the tires. They might not volunteer the information but,check out what the estimated mileage for the tire is. NOTE: There are shops that won't be able to tell you what tires fit your vehicle. Good thing you have all the details of your current tires. Now they should have no trouble giving you the info you need.
Step 3: Call around to a few other tire shops and compare the prices, mileage, and other factors of the tires.
Step 4: Now that you've got some solid information, whittle your notes down to a few possible tires. Look up the details of your tire possibilities in a search engine and find out what the customer reviews say. Read reviews, consumer reports, anything you can find.
Step 5: You're now prepared to make a decision on tires for your vehicle.
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