October 12 Tire Shopping Guide Sidst udgivet den 12-10-2017

A tire is a covering that is ring shaped fitted around a wheel to shield it. It allows vehicles to perform better since it provides a flexible cushion for absorbing shock. It also keeps the wheel in contact with the ground. Many of us want to buy the cheapest wheels on the market but they are not always the best. When purchasing a tire, buy one that is fitting for your wheel. For vehicles with Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, it's usually difficult to plus size your wheels. It's also more expensive. This however should not necessarily affect the kind of tire purchased. When purchasing a tire, check the:

Manufacturer's instructions

Look for the tire placard in the vehicle autointhebox discount code. Here, the manufacturer guides you on the best tires for your vehicle. The manufacturer gives you the size, tire pressures, seating capacity, amount of load it should carry and the speed limit. Before purchasing the tire, list down the make and specifications from the manufacturer, what roads you use, what brand you want and whether you want to change it, whether you are a fast or slow driver and how much money you are willing to spend.

Type of tire

Type of tire you buy is determined by the weather and location you live. The best tires are usually the all-season tires; they are convenient on any type of road. Ensure the tires you are buying fit the dimensions of your wheel. This can be checked on the sidewalls of your tire or on the manual Autel MaxiPRO MP808TS.

Sidewall tips

Check out the brand, size and design of your tires if you are replacing them. The first 3 numbers on the sidewall represent the width of the tire in millimeters. The next two represent the aspect ratio, that is, the ratio between the height and the width of the tire. The letter that follows represents the diameter of the wheel. The next numbers represent the amount of weight the tire can carry. The last letter represents the speed at which the tire should move.

Age of tires

Make sure you do not buy old tires by checking the age on the tire. It's usually denoted by ‘DOT' and four numbers. The first two numbers denote the week the tires were made. The last two numbers represent the year the tires were made. Remember also that tires with high mileage last longer.

There are many different dealers selling tires so before buying, window shop for the best discounts. Look for sales persons that are knowledgeable, ready to help and with the best price. If you cannot afford to replace the four tires at once, always put the new tires at the rear. If you can afford all four wheels at once, the better. Also choose a retailer who provides free rotation as you purchase the tires. New tires do not necessarily need alignment always. Remember to rotate your wheels every once in a while to allow for even wear.

Judy Mboroki is an online article writer. She writes informational articles on wheels, tires, and related wheel accessories. You can find more of her work on 4wheelonline page at
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