How Old Should New Tire Be

Shop By
Want to refine your selection? Search By Vehicle
How Old Should New Tire Be
Related Categories: Tire Age Replace | How Old Is Too Old | Tire Serial Number | Tire Age | Minimum Tread Depth | How Long Can Tires Be Stored | What Does The Numbers Mean | How Long Do Tires Last | Reading Tire Numbers | Bias Ply
  • FAQ - TIRES

  • tires without a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)? * Why can't I use only two winter tires? * Where do I find the tire identification numbers? What do they mean? View All WHEELS * Can I reuse my Original Equipment (O.E.) TPMS sensors instead of buying new sensors when I purchase new wheels? * How

  • Related Products: Canadian Prices | Free Shipping | Payment
  • Tire Aging: How Old is Too Old?

  • …consider in use, too. You can check the production date of your tire very easily to see how old it is. Read "How Old Are the Tires I Buy?" for more details. Have your tires been in use for longer than they should be? Are you ready for a new set? Shop by vehicle and find a great replacement option for your…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Aging Part #1

  • …resulted in tire treads wearing out before the rest of the tire aged, it may not always be true of today's even longer lasting tires that are approaching 80,000 miles of treadwear. How many years will tires last before aging out? Unfortunately it's impossible to predict when tires should be replaced based…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Replacement

  • …sidewall areas, as well as any tires driven on while flat or with very low inflation pressure even for short periods of time are often damaged beyond repair and should be replaced. Driving on a tire while flat or with very low inflation pressure will permanently weaken the tire's internal structure, rendering…




THE BEST IN CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Need help choosing the right product for your vehicle? Our team of highly trained experts has the knowledge and passion to help.

Just pick up the phone and give us a ring. Our experts love solving problems and lending a hand (or ear).