Best Tyres: A Buyer’s Guide for 2022

Best Tyres: A Buyer's Guide for 2022

Tires are a substantial and important investment. Your safety on the road depends on our top tyre recommendations, so Car Talk takes them seriously. We went beyond tyre rating and introduced the Golden Wrench Awards for excellence in the tyre industry.

Our Methodology

Over 30 data points form the foundation of our Golden Wrench technique. Researchers from Car Talk did a thorough analysis of the tyre business.

  • Consumer Satisfaction: Consumers who purchased tyre models from each of these brands contributed information about their experiences.
  • Industry Professionals: Car Talk researchers surveyed over 800 mechanics and business people around the country to get their perspectives.
  • Government reporting: includes statistics on durability and safety.
  • The general quality and engineering: or innovation of a tyre brand had an impact on a    consumer’s purchase decision.
  • Performance: Car Talk examined the tyre brands’ performance under various weather situations.

Below are the Best Tires Golden Wrench Award winners.

Golden Wrench Award Winners

Michelin – Best Tire Brand Overall

For more than a century, Michelin has been a pioneer in the tyre business. They are a well-known option for customers because they consistently receive favorable reviews and ratings from both mechanics and owners. The business is a leader in the global tyre industry. It also owns the more affordable Uniroyal brand and the SUV and performance tyre specialist BF Goodrich. Michelin has a long history of innovation, consistently earns excellent ratings for quality, and has a strong commitment to the environment. This year, Michelin took home a number of Golden Wrench Awards.

  • Recognized for technological advancements
  • Highest quality
  • Best possible environmental emphasis

Best Tire Brands – Full List

1. Michelin

The most trusted and innovative tyre manufacturer in the world is Michelin. Michelin has a well-known track record for reliability and durability as our top Golden Wrench winner for Best Tire Brand.

2. Continental

From tyres for bicycles and motorbikes to those for commercial trucks and heavy machinery, Continental produces a wide variety of tyres. Passenger tyres are their main line of business. This business receives our second-highest Golden Wrench award because of its impressive achievement in the automotive industry.

3. Cooper

With respect to pricing, brand recognition, and acceptance among automakers, Cooper Tires has the winning formula. From tyres with low rolling resistance and high fuel efficiency to tyres with extreme off-road treads, they sell tyres to meet almost any market need.

4. Yokohama

The best passenger, performance, and truck tyres are currently produced by this Japanese manufacturer at first-rate facilities in Virginia and Mississippi. Along with passenger, SUV, light truck, and all-season tyre categories, the brand is well-known in racing circles.

5. Goodyear

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber is an American business that was established in 1898 and has since grown to rank among the biggest tyre manufacturers in the world. This company, which offers a wide variety of tyres, is renowned for its dependability and excellence.

6. Bridgestone

Currently, Bridgestone is the biggest tyre producer in the world. With over 100 distinct tyre models available, this manufacturer claims to have something for every style of motorist. With the Blizzak range, Bridgestone is recognised with revolutionising the industry’s approach to winter tyres in the 1990s.

Michelin CrossClimate2 – Best All Season Tire

All-season grand touring tyre from Michelin, the CrossClimate2, provides great performance all year long. It has a tread compound made of rubber that is flexible in cold temperatures and is made to handle dry, wet, and winter weather. Additionally, it has a three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) grade, which is something that not all all-season products have. The tread design contains steep angles that channel water away from the contact patch in addition to specially formulated rubber, which helps to lessen hydroplaning and boost traction. In order to reduce airborne noise, Michelin uses their PIANO noise reduction tuning, which includes a tread pattern that does so. This tyre is an excellent alternative to any OEM all-season tyre, according to Car Talk’s testing. Owners of electric vehicles claim no appreciable range reduction.

  • Superior rating in the industry
  • Superior ingenuity
  • Sizes range from 16″ to 20″

Best All Season Tire – Full List

1. Michelin – CrossClimate2

Due to its unique construction and Michelin’s thermal adaptive all-season tread compound, the CrossClimate2 is our Golden Wrench winner and top pick for the best all-season tyre. Superior performance is provided by the design in dry, wet, and winter conditions.

2. Continental – PureContact LS

Due to favorable industry assessments, responsive handling, and reliable grip in dry, rainy, and cold weather, the PureContact LS is our second Golden Wrench winner.

3. Yokohama – AVID Ascend GT

The Yokohama AVID Ascend GT tyre is renowned for its strong traction in a variety of weather conditions, including light snow.

4. Pirelli – Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II

The Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II is engineered for excellent handling, efficient fuel use, and improved grip in slick situations.

5. Bridgestone – Turanza Quiettrack

Long tread life, outstanding wet and dry traction, and a tranquil driving experience are all features of the Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack tyre.

Michelin Pilot Sport 4S – Best Performance Tire

Our Golden Wrench winner and top recommendation for the best performance tyre available right now is Michelin’s Pilot Sport 4S. The best ratings for flexibility, grip, and traction were given to this exceptional tyre. The Pilot Sport 4S is an exceptional precision tool with outstanding performance. This tyre offers improved handling and wet braking performance because to its distinctive asymmetric tread pattern and sophisticated, long-lasting rubber compound. For performance and traction, this tyre consistently receives favorable reviews and ratings. This outstanding performance tyre was thoughtfully conceived and created for the competitive sport driver.

  • Excellent sturdiness
  • Outstanding performance
  • Sizes range from 17″ to 23″

Best Performance Tire – Full List

1. Michelin – Pilot Sport 4 S

Our Golden Wrench winner and top recommendation for the best performance tyre available right now is the Michelin Pilot Sport 4S. The best ratings for flexibility, grip, and traction were given to this exceptional tyre. The Pilot Sport 4S is an exceptional precision tool with outstanding performance.

2. Continental – ExtremeContact DWS06

The ExtremeContact DWS06 is ideal for a range of weather conditions and features a sophisticated all-season tread compound.

3. Goodyear – Eagle Exhilarate

In both dry and wet circumstances, the Eagle Exhilarate was designed for exceptional performance, handling, and traction.

4. General – G-Max AS 05

The G-Max AS 05 is a well-liked tyre with a broad, aggressive tread design that gives great handling and grip.

5. Pirelli-P Zero All Season Plus

In wet and light snow, the P Zero All Season Plus has exceptional traction. This tire’s asymmetric, irregular tread sizes provide for good handling.

Michelin Defender LTX M/S – Best Truck Tire

An all-season tyre featuring true all-season performance, durability, and a lengthy tread life is the Michelin Defender LTX M/S. This tyre provides traction in dry, wet, and winter situations, including light snow, and provides a quiet, comfortable ride. With a tread pattern designed to handle a variety of road conditions, the rubber compound utilised for the Defender series performs well in adverse conditions. Multiple grooves in its four-channel layout help to drive water away from the contact patch and provide traction. Twin steel belts are also included to add durability and strength for handling hefty loads.

·        Excellent sturdiness

·        Excellent ratings and reviews

·        Sizes range from 15″ to 22″.

Best Truck Tire – Full List

1. Michelin Defender LTX MS

Our Golden Wrench winner for light truck tyres is the Defender LTX MS because it offers year-round traction in dry, rainy, and snowy situations, including light snow, and retains a long tread life.

2. Continental TerrainContact

The TerrainContact A/outstanding T’s off-road capabilities make it one of our Golden Wrench winners. Long tread life, a quiet ride, and great all-terrain performance are all features of this tyre.

3. Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S

Our Golden Wrench goes to the Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S for its off-road prowess, traction in wet and dry weather, as well as light snow.

4. Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT

Due to its strong longevity and year-round traction, the Wrangler TrailRunner AT from Goodyear receives our Silver Wrench.

5. Pirelli Scorpion All Terrain Plus

The Scorpion All Terrain Plus from Pirelli offers dependable off-road performance in a variety of weather scenarios.

Michelin CrossClimate2 – Best Car/Sedan Tire

Our top pick for the best car/sedan tyre as well as the best all-season tyre is the CrossClimate2, which also won the Golden Wrench award. With remarkable innovation and a heat adaptive all-season tread compound, this tyre was created. The CrossClimate2’s tread composition maintains flexibility in cold conditions, giving it outstanding dry, wet, and winter handling. Additionally, it has a three-peak mountain snowflake rating (3PMSF). The tread design contains steep angles that channel water away from the contact patch in addition to specially formulated rubber, which helps to lessen hydroplaning and boost traction. In order to reduce airborne noise, Michelin uses their PIANO noise reduction tuning, which includes a tread pattern that does so.

  • Superior ratings and reviews in your industry
  • Superior ingenuity
  • Sizes range from 16″ to 20″

Best Car/Sedan Tire – Full List

1. Michelin CrossClimate2

Due to its unique construction and temperature adaptable all-season tread compound, the CrossClimate2 is our Golden Wrench winner and top pick for the best car tyre. Superior dry, wet, and winter performance are provided by this design.

2. Continental PureContact LS

Continental’s PureContact LS tied for first place because to rave reviews, responsive handling, and reliable grip in dry, rainy, and winter weather.

3. Yokohama AVID Ascend GT

A Golden Wrench was also awarded to the AVID Ascend GT. In dry, rainy, and wintry conditions, including light snow, it is renowned for its reliable grip.

4. Bridgestone Turanza Quiettrack

Our Silver Wrench goes to the Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack because it offers a tranquil driving environment together with long tread life and good wet and dry traction.

5. Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II

The asymmetric tread pattern on the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II contributes to the vehicle’s excellent handling, fuel efficiency, and improved grip in slick weather.

Continental CrossContact LX25 – Best SUV/Crossover Tire

Our Golden Wrench winner for the best SUV/Crossover tyre is the Continental CrossContact LX25, which has remarkable all-season performance, as well as excellent handling and traction in dry, wet, and mild snow situations. The CrossContact LX25 uses a number of cutting-edge technologies to deliver a plush ride experience and genuine all-season traction. Continental has succeeded in achieving the elusive trifecta of excellent traction, stunning handling, and long-lasting, quiet tread by integrating sound deadening directly beneath the tread layer, continuously ribbed to reduce noise, and a tread compound designed to maximise fuel economy and tread life.

  • Excellent traction and handling
  • Remarkable tenacity
  • Sizes range from 16″ to 22″

Best SUV/Crossover Tire – Full List

1. Continental CrossContact LX25

Our Golden Wrench winner is the Continental CrossContact LX25, which has remarkable all-season performance along with excellent handling and traction in dry, wet, and light snow situations.

2. Michelin CrossClimate SUV

The CrossClimate SUV is awarded the Golden Wrench for its superior traction, tread life, handling, and comfort throughout the year.

3. Cooper Discoverer SRX

Our Golden Wrench award goes to the Cooper Tires Discoverer SRX for its outstanding all-season performance and lengthy tread life.

4. Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus 2

Our Silver Wrench winner, the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus 2, is built with reliable all-season performance and environmentally responsible technologies.

5. BFGoodrich Advantage TA Sport LT

Our Silver Wrench winner is the BFGoodrich Advantage TA Sport LT due to its long tread life and stable handling in all four seasons.

Michelin CrossClimate2 – Best Minivan Tire

Our Golden Wrench winner and top pick for the best minivan tyre, best all-season tyre, and best car/sedan tyre is Michelin’s CrossClimate2. Due to its top-tier industry rating, cutting-edge construction, and heat adaptive all-season tread composition, this tyre is definitely one of a kind. Excellent consumer, safety, and industry reviews are still being given to the CrossClimate2. For usage in wintery circumstances, this tyre holds the three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) certification. It also performs admirably when utilised for all-season performance.

  • Superior ingenuity
  • Outstanding design
  • Sizes range from 16″ to 20″

Golden Wrench Winners – Best Minivan Tire – Full List

1. Michelin CrossClimate 2

Due to its high industry ranking, creative design, and heat adaptable all-season tread compound, the CrossClimate2 is our Golden Wrench winner and top pick for the best tyre for your minivan.

2. Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring

Golden Wrench honors the Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring tyre for its outstanding handling, stability, and traction in both dry and wet weather as well as mild snow.

3. General AltiMAX RT43

Our Silver Wrench winner is the AltiMAX RT43 from General Tires because of its lengthy tread life, stellar industry reviews, and performance in all weather conditions.

4. Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady

Our Silver Wrench for Minivan tyres is the Assurance WeatherReady because it provides good control and handling in a variety of weather situations, including light snow and ice.

5. Firestone WeatherGrip

For value, tread life, and traction in most weather conditions, including light snow, the Firestone WeatherGrip is a good option.

Michelin X-Ice Xi3 – Best Winter Tire

Our Best Winter Tire category went to the Michelin X-Ice Xi3, a stud less winter tyre. This tyre is suitable for crossovers, minivans, and sedans. The X-Ice Xi3 handles well in winter conditions and has exceptional traction on snow and ice. Additionally, it has a low rolling resistance tyre, which enhances fuel efficiency. The tire’s ability to remain flexible in cold weather and remain solid in warm weather is facilitated by a rubber compound based on silica. To prevent hydroplaning, the distinctive tread pattern pushes water and slush to the side, while the sipe pattern increases stiffness for longer treadwear. The three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol is present on these tyres, which also comply with industry standards for severe snow service.

  • Greater traction
  • Excellent in chilly weather
  • Sizes range from 14″ to 19″

Golden Wrench Winners – Best Winter Tire – Full List

1. Michelin X-Ice Xi3

Due to its exceptional traction in ice and snow, as well as its toughness and dependability in wintery weather, the Michelin X-Ice Xi3 is our Golden Wrench winner.

2. Continental Viking Contact 7

The Viking Contact 7 receives the Golden Wrench for its outstanding traction and grip in addition to its exceptional handling on snow and ice.

3. Bridgestone Blizzak WS90

Our Silver Wrench winner for control and reliable performance in wintry conditions is the Blizzak WS90.

4. Cooper Discoverer True North

Our Silver Wrench goes to the Discoverer True North for its superb control and traction on snow and ice.

5. Goodyear Ultra Grip Winter Ice WRT

The Ultra Grip Winter Ice WRT has received a Bronze Wrench and is a reliable option for handling and drip in the winter.

Choosing a Tire Brand

If the Golden Wrench selections don’t suit your requirements or price range, there are a lot of reliable brands to pick from. If we could give one piece of advice, it would be to go with a tyre brand you are familiar with. Save your money if someone tries to convince you to buy a set of Riptide Ditchfinders from the petrol station for a third of what the same size Yokohama tyre would cost.

It definitely narrows down the large field of tyre brand names you should be considering because there aren’t that many tyre brands that you might recognise when someone introduces them to you. When we need to replace your tyres, we typically look to the following manufacturers:

Additionally, there are a few niche companies who focus on producing the best tyres in that particular niche:

Choosing a Quality Tire Brand

When you could get tyres from some random hoops at the Dollar Store, why bother spending extra money on the greatest tyre brands? Aren’t all tyres the same? dark, stinky, and round.

Wait a minute. Long before any design considerations are made regarding how the tread performs, how the belts overlap, or how robust the sidewall is, an unbelievable amount of research is put into merely the rubber compound of individual tyres.

Depending on how you use them, an inexpensive set of tyres might be destroyed in a single day. Literally. For instance, if your goal is to take your car off-road and you choose a subpar tyre manufacturer, a sharp pebble might easily rip a hole in the sidewall, ruining your day. When brand-name tyre makers spend money on R&D rather than just covering the round-black-smelly opening ante, they are specifically expecting to protect you from those risks. Take the All-Terrain T/A K02 tyre from BF Goodrich as an illustration. You could believe you might choose a less well-known brand because it is one of the most well-liked all-terrain tyres on the market and BF Goodrich has invested a lot of money in promoting it since it was debuted in 2014. Why should a tyre cost more simply because the manufacturer invested more in marketing?

However, BF Goodrich spent the money to demonstrate that the K02 is the greatest tyre in its category. The business provided these off-the-shelf tyres for the Baja Challenge class of the Baja 1000 desert race when the tyre was first debuted. The goal was to demonstrate the tire’s longevity during one of the most grueling off-road races in the world. Every car that competed in that class had the same tyres that you could have had delivered to your home today.

Simply put, you won’t get that kind of testing from a tyre company who also sells clothing.

Tires for Different Purposes

The majority of tyre manufacturers offer a variety of tyre styles, each catered to a certain market. Most tyre manufacturers would be pleased to give those people a nice, secure replacement tyre for their Honda Fit if they were only seeking for one. Some tyre shoppers have more particular needs, such as a V-rated performance tyre for their late-model muscle car. a quiet highway tyre for extended highway drives in a light truck. A tough off-road tyre for their sport utility vehicle.

The majority of tyre manufacturers will have a tyre that fits that consumer’s criteria, but if you’re committed to a particular tyre brand, it might not have all the features you’re seeking for in its tyre lineup.

We’ll list our top tyre brand recommendations for each of the following categories of vehicles: SUV, Performance Car, Pickup Truck, Passenger Car/Minivan. Additionally, we are developing recommendations for popular car models. The section below contains links to those articles that go into great detail.

What Tires Should I Choose for My Passenger Car or Minivan?

The hardest decision you’ll likely have to make is choosing a tyre brand that works for a regular passenger car or minivan because nearly every tyre manufacturer makes a tyre that fits those vehicles. Passenger car tyres are typically built to accomplish the following objectives:

  • Tread life – Many tyres in this class will have tread life ratings in the 500 to 600 range, which means that in testing, they outlasted the 100-rated control tyre by a factor of five. All of the tyres we selected surpass the 500 rating.
  • Traction -These tyres will perform well in wet and snowy circumstances because the majority of them will be in the A range, which is good but not the highest of AA.
  • Temperature -The majority of these tyres have a B heat resistance grade, which is a moderate level. High-temperature ratings weren’t part of the initial design brief because these tyres aren’t high-speed rated.

Consumers gave each of these tyres more than 3.5 stars out of 5 stars:

  • Budget: Yokohama Avid Ascend GT -These tyres will last a very long period in your car with a 740 tread life rating. They cost about the same as the factory-installed tyres that came with your car when it was new. They have both an A temperature rating and an A traction rating.
  • Moderately Priced: Michelin Premier A/S -These Michelin tyres are pretty affordable for a 640 tread life rated tyre, and they should last you for the next three to four years without any problems. It scores an A for traction and an A for temperature.
  • Price No Object: Michelin CrossClimate2 -No of the season, these prestigious all-season grand touring tyres provide superb handling and performance. The CrossClimate2’s revolutionary tread compound, which keeps its flexibility in cold temperatures, allows it to manage dry, wet, and winter weather.

What Tires Should I Choose for My Performance Car?

Tread longevity isn’t exactly a performance tyre strength, as you’ll quickly discover. The majority of these tyres have a 450 rating, while some of them only have a 200 rating. As a result, some of them will lose their tread in half the time of a typical passenger car or touring tyre.

But their ability to hold the road is a benefit. These tyres feature a more stickier rubber composition and, in some cases, a tread pattern that is much more track-oriented, frequently with diagonal tread only on the outer area of the contact patch and grooves that resemble those on an F1 rain tyre on the inside portion.

Additionally, because of the unidirectional nature of these tyres, when it comes time to rotate them, only the front from the back, not in a cross pattern, can be moved.

Modern cars often have performance tyres in the 19- to 20-inch range, but you can get a high-performance tyre for your passenger car in the 17-inch size as well.

Consumers have given each of these tyres ratings of at least 3.5 stars out of 5:

  • Budget: Kumho Ecsta PS91 -A good performance tyre does not always have to cost a fortune. For half as much as the names you often associate with performance tyres, Kumho produces a great tyre. The Ecsta has outstanding wet performance and is generally well-liked by customers who have owned one.
  • Moderately Priced: Continental Extremecontact Sport – Consumers who have used Continental Extremecontact Sports have given them great ratings. In addition to providing excellent wet traction, they also have a far longer tread life rating than the competitors.
  • Cost-No-Object: Michelin Pilot Sport 4S -The Pilot Sport 4S is the best performing tyre in its class and comes as standard equipment on some of the fastest cars in the world.

What Tires Should I Choose for My Pickup Truck?

Pickups serve a variety of needs. Some pickup owners are curious about their vehicles’ load-hauling and towing capacities. Some people are more focused on having fun with their trucks. We’re going to offer advice on tyres for three of the most typical ways individuals use their trucks rather than dividing them down into pricing ranges.

We’ll discuss tyres for work, commuting, and recreation.

  • For Work: Hankook DynaPro HT -The highly acclaimed DynaPro HT tyre has an E load range, which denotes that it contains 10 radial cord plies and can withstand weights up to 80 psi. Additionally, they are less priced than other of the similar brands.
  • For Commuting: Sumitomo Encounter HT -A truck tyre designed for the highway, the Encounter HT should last for many years. This tyre outperforms the opposition in every category.
  • For Play: BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM3 -There aren’t many tyres that are better for tearing around off-road than the KM3. These tyres will get you there and back thanks to their blocky tread pattern, exceptional sidewall strength, and remarkably minimal road noise.

What Tire Should I Choose for My SUV?

Until recently, SUVs were merely pickup trucks with an enclosed bed and a few seats thrown in. The most competitive segment of the automotive market today is SUVs. You can choose between everyday vehicles like the Nissan Rogue, sporty SUVs like the Porsche Cayman, and off-road kingpins like the Jeep Wrangler.

In keeping with our pickup category, we’ll segment our advice based on how these cars are utilised rather than the cost of the tyres:

  • Compact Crossover Commuter: Falken Ziex ZE001 A/S -Falken may not be as well known as some of the other companies, but they provide top-notch tyres. An all-season tyre designed exclusively for the requirements of a tiny crossover driver is the Ziex ZE001. These were standard equipment on several Rogue models and make a great upgrade for different variants.
  • High-Performance SUV: Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric -These tyres are the pinnacle of sport SUV tyres and make an excellent swap for models like the Range Rover Sport. The Eagle F1 Asymmetric, which is available in the enormous 22-inch size that these ultra-performance SUVs demand, is more concerned with snappy handling in wet and dry situations than it is with off-road capability.
  • Off-Road: BFGoodrich ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 – For many off-road aficionados driving Jeeps and Broncos, this tyre is the standard option. The ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 has a durable sidewall and an all-terrain tread pattern. Considering airing down? This tyre was created exclusively for use with an air compressor on your upcoming adventure. The 3-Peak Mountain Snowflake on this tyre further indicates that it is rated for Severe Snow Service.


Which tire brands are the best?

The quick response is: a well-known brand. You should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of the major tyre brands (Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Pirelli, Michelin, etc.). But there is a significant distinction between those tyre names and some unknown, fly-by-night brand that is sold alongside home audio speakers out of a van. See Car Talk’s top selections for the Best Tire Brands for 2022 for more information on this.

What are the top 10 tyre brands?

Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, Continental, Yokohama, Hankook, General, Bridgestone, Cooper, BFGoodrich, and Pirelli. Best Tire Brands for 2022 has more information about these leading manufacturers.

Which brand of tires last the longest?

Usually, it’s up to you. Your driving style has a big impact on how quickly your tyres wear out. Alignments on a regular basis are also important. And you probably shouldn’t put “longevity” among your top 5 factors to consider when purchasing a tyre. Performance in both dry and wet weather should. If a tyre lasts 75,000 miles but only has the grip of an 8-ball, it is no good to you.

Where is the best place to buy tyres?

We’ve got a wonderful post on buying tyres that we’ve made available. The answer largely depends on your particular situation. Online shops can occasionally be your best bet if you can locate a nearby store that is a connected installer. Don’t disregard physical stores, though. They frequently offer a more comprehensive service, from mount and balance to tyre disposal, while undercutting the price of an online vendor.

How often should I rotate my tyres?

When rotating tyres, the tyre comes first, followed by the vehicle. A standard rotation interval is from 5,000 to 7,000 miles, though certain vehicles and tyre types may alter those figures slightly. Tires at various ends of the vehicle may wear more quickly than the rears, depending on how you drive and the type of driveline your car has. This must be kept in mind, and you must not overlook the necessity of rotating your tyres.

How do I change a tyre?

You can get instructions on how to do it yourself with a fast google search. In general, your car either contains a spare tyre and tools for replacing it or a tyre inflation kit with a compressor and an aerosol tyre sealant. Check out our article on picking a mobile tyre repair business if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself or if you need a new tyre installed to find someone to do it swiftly and affordably.

How can I tell what size tyre my car currently has?

The information on the sidewall of your tyre contains all of that information. On its website, the Tyre Industry Association offers a great resource for determining the tyre size, UTQG rating, and date code of your current tyres.

Are the only factors for replacing a tyre age and mileage?

Without a doubt. There are many other causes to change your tyres, most commonly because of dangers on the road. Any cuts, abrasions, or punctures, particularly those in the sidewall, should prompt at least one tyre to be changed. You should make a call to have your tyres replaced if they have any bulges or other obvious flaws.

Do I have to replace all four at once?

Though it’s never a bad idea, it’s not always required. There is no need to replace all four tyres if only one of them has a puncture and the other three are still in good condition. To ensure that the tread on all four tyres wears more equally, tyre rotation will become even more crucial.

Can I mix and match tire brands?

That’s not a wise choice. Finding tyres of the same manufacturer is a smart option if you need to replace two tyres. Replace two at a time on the same axle if you must mix and match brands.

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