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Inexpensive tyres: how to save on purchasing

Tyres are consumable parts and, therefore, should be replaced regularly. The replacement intervals are determined not by the mileage or time, but by the degree of tread wear and, in some cases, by season. Never use worn tyres: it’s dangerous and illegal. In this article we tell you how to choose inexpensive tyres.

7 ways to buy tyres cheap

  1. Study the assortment offered by Asian manufacturers. Check out the products of the companies that participate in tests held by respected magazines. Even if certain tyres weren’t recognized as the best in crash tests, take into account that they were compared with the most reliable ones in their class. Thus, they are safe to use. For instance, you can look at the selection of tyres from Nankang, Kenda, and Maxxis.
  2. You can find inexpensive tyres of high quality also in the assortment of budget-friendly European brands. As a rule, they are low-cost trademarks of world-renowned manufacturers. For instance, Michelin produces Tigar tyres, Continental – Matador and Barum, and GoodYear – Debica and Sava.
  3. Stay updated on the promotions held by our online shop. We often offer products at discount prices. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive up-to-date information about our new special offers on products you’re interested in and to have an opportunity to choose good inexpensive tyres.
  4. Don’t go after latest products. A tyre produced 3 years ago is less expensive than a newly released model. The average storage life of tyres is 5 years. If one set of tyres is enough for you for about 2 years of use, you can buy a model produced earlier without doubts.
  5. Choose tyres of interchangeable sizes. Tyres with a higher sidewall are often cheaper than low-profile ones. If you choose the tyre size correctly, you can save money. For instance, buying 175/65R14 tyres instead of 185/60R14 you can save up to 10% of their price.
  6. The speed and load ratings should correspond to the operating conditions of your vehicle. If you prefer relaxed driving, there is no need to buy high-speed or reinforced tyres as they’re more expensive.
  7. If snow is a rare event in your area, and the roads are cleaned regularly, you don’t need to purchase studded tyres because they are also expensive. Non-studded winter tyres will cost you less.

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