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Cheap Tires, You Need Them

Updated on November 11, 2013

Well, you just can’t do much without them, can you? You need tires. Tires for your car. Tires for your motorcycle. Tires for your truck. And tires for your trailer. One good thing is that a good set of tires will last you a while. The less good news is that eventually you are going to have to replace them. Yep, tires wear out. And when you are looking for a new set of tires you don’t want to go broke getting them.

Even if you have spent the time to customize your car, making it look beautiful and like the expensive ride you want it to be, you just can't avoiding wearing down the tires and needing to replace them pretty frequently in comparison to the rest of your car. But where to go to get cheap tires? What to look for? Here’s your answer.

Cheap Tires - because you need them, you just don't need to spend a lot for them.
Cheap Tires - because you need them, you just don't need to spend a lot for them.

Where to Get Cheap Tires

There are a lot of spots to shop for cheap tires. Your phone book will undoubtedly list a bunch of cheap tire spots to shop at in your home town. The benefit of this is that you’ll be able to talk to the tire salesperson to get exactly what you need for your car and for your particular driving needs and habits. The downside to in-store shopping is that they may not have the brand and size of tire you need, and you may end up having to special order it. Online shopping for tires lets you comparison shop all from your home or office, and the tires will shipped directly to you. What’s more, you’ll know at the time of ordering whether they have the tire you need.

Websites for Cheap Tires

A website such as TireSavings.com offers a full range of cheap tires. They have all the brands you will be looking for, including BF Goodrich, Dunlop, and Firestone as well as more specialty tire brands like Wanli Performance Tires and Micky Thompson. Here you’ll also find tires for ATVs and motorcycles. Selling online lowers overhead costs, so TireSavings.com can offer better prices on tires for all your vehicles. Shipping is direct to your home by way of United Parcel Service.

Wheelsnext.com is another great place to shop for tires, especially if you are looking for specialty tires. The people at Wheelsnext are trained in the latest developments in the wheel, rim, and tire industry at six-month intervals so they stay ahead of the tire technology curve. What’s great about this cheap tire retailer is that they offer free shipping, free mounting and balancing before shipment, as well as installation kits with the sale of tire combination packages. This way, whether you install the tires yourself or take them to an installer, you have everything you need to get your car or truck rolling down the road.

The people at Tires-Easy.com offer the special service of allowing you to choose your tire price point: Premium, Consumer Favorite, and Value. Thus, not only can you shop with one mouse click for tire type and size, car make and model, and load capacity, you can indicate how much you want to spend on a new set of tires. You can have your tires shipped to your home or directly to a tire installer, of which Tires-Easy has a comprehensive list. This way the tires are even cheaper because of the price break on shipping that comes with direct-to-installer delivery.

How To Buy Cheap Tires

When buying cheap tires, the first thing to make sure of is to get the right size. This isn’t quite as easy when buying online as it is in the store, but it’s not that difficult if you know the code system for classifying tires. The string of letters and numbers that any tire comes with will tell you exactly what the tire is for, its size, and all of its specifications. These specification codes always work the same way, with each spot in the string giving the same information for every tire. Thus, you will always know such things as rim diameter, load rating, and speed rating to match your car and your type of driving needs.

Especially important when buying a tire is its ability to hold the road, its traction capacity. You will have to balance such considerations as speed and performance and the tire’s ability to handle wet or slippery conditions. Of course, if you live in a very snowy area, you may want faster tires for summer time driving but change to snow tires for the winter. One thing many people may not know is that traction for wet and snowy conditions is lost more quickly as a tire ages than does dry road traction. Thus it is advisable to purchase new tires in the fall rather than wait until the spring.

Whatever tire you need, the best chance at buying them cheaply will come through shopping around a bit and checking out all your options. Cheap tires are yours to have with just a bit of looking.

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