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For a quick answer—generally speaking, tires that come on new vehicles will last for about 50,000 miles. So that consumers know about how many miles to expect out of their tires, most tire manufacturers list the specific lifespan of their tires on the tire in the car's paperwork.

How many miles should a tire last? There are several factors that impact how many miles your tires will go before you will need some type of tire repair, or have to replace all four tires:

  • The quality of the tire
  • All-purpose or all-season tires
  • How the tire is mounted on the car
  • Tread-wear rating (expected length of tread life).
  • How the car is driven.

As stated above, regular tire service will help prevent you from looking for an emergency tire repair. This includes:

  • Checking the inflation pressure -- This will ensure optimal contact with the road, improving fuel economy and helping the tread wear more evenly.
  • Rotating the tires -- Moving tires around to a different position on the vehicle helps ensure they wear out in an even pattern. Tires should typically be rotated every six months, or 6,000 to 8,000 miles, or about every other oil change.
  • Wheel Alignment -- Alignment refers to an adjustment of the vehicle’s suspension so that the angles of the tires affect how they make contact with the road.
  • Tire Balancing -- Balancing is done with wheel weights to achieve smooth rolling of the tire.

Do you know that the four tires on your vehicle are the only parts of your vehicle that actually touch the road? Thus, quality tire service is vital. This will ensure that you get the most miles out of your tires while maximizing the safety of your vehicle.

Wondering how many miles should a tire last? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about tire repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE, and Doniphan, NE.

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How many miles should a tire last? Keeping up with regular tire services, such as air pressure checks, rotations & alignment, will help prevent urgent tire repair.

For a quick answer—generally speaking, tires that come on new vehicles will last for about 50,000 miles. So that consumers know about how many miles to expect out of their tires, most tire manufacturers list the specific lifespan of their tires on the tire in the car's paperwork.

How many miles should a tire last? There are several factors that impact how many miles your tires will go before you will need some type of tire repair, or have to replace all four tires:

  • The quality of the tire
  • All-purpose or all-season tires
  • How the tire is mounted on the car
  • Tread-wear rating (expected length of tread life).
  • How the car is driven.

As stated above, regular tire service will help prevent you from looking for an emergency tire repair. This includes:

  • Checking the inflation pressure -- This will ensure optimal contact with the road, improving fuel economy and helping the tread wear more evenly.
  • Rotating the tires -- Moving tires around to a different position on the vehicle helps ensure they wear out in an even pattern. Tires should typically be rotated every six months, or 6,000 to 8,000 miles, or about every other oil change.
  • Wheel Alignment -- Alignment refers to an adjustment of the vehicle’s suspension so that the angles of the tires affect how they make contact with the road.
  • Tire Balancing -- Balancing is done with wheel weights to achieve smooth rolling of the tire.

Do you know that the four tires on your vehicle are the only parts of your vehicle that actually touch the road? Thus, quality tire service is vital. This will ensure that you get the most miles out of your tires while maximizing the safety of your vehicle.

Wondering how many miles should a tire last? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about tire repair and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE, and Doniphan, NE.

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