Why Used Tires Might Not Be The Best Idea

Used tires are really only a smart purchase when you just plain cannot afford a new set of wheels. There are simply too many risks that go along with used tires for them to work as a long term scenario, so when you drive off the lot of your Newnan car dealership, you may want to make sure that you have a new set of freshly rotated tires, because…

Used Tires May Have Other Issues

(Besides being used.) For instance, you never know when a used tire has a slow leak or a run in the rubber that may lead to a blow out after fewer than a thousand miles. You need to make sure that you’re safe, most of all, when you’re out on the road.

New Tires Cost Less in the Long Run

Used tires may seem like a great deal if you only have to purchase them once, but when you have to replace them more frequently, and at irregular intervals, then they wind up costing a lot and you never know when you’re going to have to buy a new set. Investing in new tires will cost you less in the long run.

Used Tires Aren’t Always Safe

If you have to choose between driving on a used tire or driving on your donut for a little longer, then drive on a used tire. However, the higher risk of blowouts and flats with a tire that someone else has already driven thousands of miles on just isn’t worth taking when you have the choice.

Anyone who’s ever had to commute to a job that just didn’t pay them enough knows that you don’t always have a choice, sometimes you need to drive on used tires. But, if you can afford a new set, then buy a new set. There’s no sense taking unnecessary risks when it comes to your car.

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