How to Pick Out Your Tires

April 13, 2017
How to Pick Out Your Tires

Changing your tires always becomes a hassle when the new season comes around, and buying new tires can sometimes turn into your worst nightmare. Access Driving School tries to make every student understand just how important changing and buying new tires can be before they send them out onto the streets by themselves. Remember, four wheels is what makes a car a car.

Different Kinds of Tires

Before you can go out and buy a new set of tires, you should get to know the differences between summer tires and winter tires. Summer tires are meant to give you a closer touch to the ground, helping you with grip and smooth movements, whereas winter tires have a completely different kind of tread in them. Winter tires are designed to work with the snow and ice instead of against it, using its treads to break into the ice or snow, and can keep traction in freezing temperatures.

Used vs New

Whenever you're buying new tires, one first asks them self whether they should buy used tires or splurge and buy new ones. Although buying used tires can save your wallet and bank account from a lot of damage, you risk the chance of buying a product that is cheap or something that you don’t want. Not to mention that they could be broken or the wrong size too. While buying new tires may seem expensive but virtually risk free, not knowing the right kind of tires to look for could become just as much of a risk as buying a used set.


Making sure you completely inform yourself about tires before buying your first pair will definitely help you choose the best set. Things you should remember to check out before buying your tires would be to give your car an overall check-up, to ensure that if there is a problem it’s the tires and not the car. If there are any problems at all, always feel free to check with your car’s manual guide or consult the company client service. One of the most important things to check before buying new tires is to make sure your spare tire is in just as good of shape as the new ones. No one wants to get stuck in the middle of nowhere just to realize they forgot to buy that new spare tire along with the others.

Always remember to keep your tires in good shape for your own safety, and never feel too shy to ask for help. Get out there and keep driving safe!

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