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Upgrading Tires. Every vehicle has an original equipment (OE) tire size that`s recommended by the vehicle`s manufacturer. Sometimes automobile owners want to upgrade their tires for aesthetic reasons. This can get complicated. as any tire specialist agreeing to do the job takes on the responsibility of passenger safety. The tire`s load capacity is the most important factor to consider when upgrading. Safety and handling depend on a tire`s capacity to hold the vehicle and to carry its passengers. An overworked tire will not handle well on the road. especially in severe weather. A tire`s diameter is also an important dynamic to think about when upgrading. The diameter affects an automobile`s overall speed. Modern vehicles have digital speedometers that calculate speed based on the tire`s width. Changing a tire`s radius could result in wrong speedometer readings. so caution is advised.
What does my vehicle`s user manual say about the subject? In most cases you`re the manufacturers of your car. truck. van. or SUV will provide details about what types and brands of t= snow chains work best with it. These suggestions are made by the professionals who have designed. built. and tested your vehicle. so it is wise to at least give them a lot of thought.
Within the Highway group of tires there are many sub categories to choose from. Your particular area and type of driving will determine the best tire to fit your needs. If you live in an area like Phoenix all you may require is a tire that has nothing more than good straight forward road handling characteristics. All tires will to some degree have an amount of water channeling ability if they are DOT certified.
Next call your local tire shop and discuss the requirements that you have just listed. They will give you a list of available tires and prices. You should then compare those prices. either by calling around all of your local tire shops or checking on the internet. If you are calling. make sure you ask if they have any special deals or promotions on at the moment. You may find that one of the tires in your list is on promotion. which could help save you money and make the decision for you.
If you are into more serious four wheel driving (like mud and rock work) then a set of mud terrain tires is your best bet. These are considerably better for off road work. but you pay for it in terms of on road performance. Mud Terrain Tires are generally louder on the road. and they are worse in terms of handling and breaking (except in the wet). On a good note. these tend to have a very long life if you rotate them regularly. and get them balanced properly.
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