When To Replace Tires

Shop By
Want to refine your selection? Search By Vehicle
When To Replace Tires
Related Categories: Minimum Tread Depth | When Are Tires Worn Out | Minimum Tire Tread Depth | Penny Test | Replace Two Or Four Tires | Tread Depth Replacement | Remaining Tire Tread | Tread Depth Penny | When To Get New Tires | See Wheels On My Car
  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • …answer helpful to you? Yes | No Thank you for submitting feedback on this answer. When are winter / snow tires no longer appropriate for the next season? Check your tires' tread depths. When a winter / snow tire has worn to about 6/32", it's ability to provide beneficial snow traction will start to

  • Looking to replace headlights?

  • …options, Tire Rack gives you the option of choosing between three different product categories: headlight bulbs, accessory bulbs and lighting kits. With over 30 options from Hella and PIAA available in our head light bulbs category, we make it easy to select and replace headlights when you shop by…

  • When should I replace my tires?

  • When should I replace my tires? Have you ever felt that your tires weren't working as well as they did before, but once you look at them they appear to have tread on them? Tire change during their in service life. The two main factors that contribute to a tire's aging performance - Tread depth -…

  • Need to replace brake rotors?

  • At Tire Rack, we make it really easy to replace brake rotors. All you have to do is search for break components by vehicle. When you do, you'll only see the brake rotors, pads or complete brake systems with that are right for your vehicle—we want you to get the right fit. Or, you can search by…

  • Replace Brake Pads with Hawk

  • …inspected regularly and replaced as necessary. It's time for a brake pad replacement when approximately 1/8" of friction material remains on the steel backing plate. Whether your SUV brakes are nearing their end or you're upgrading to a larger set of wheels and tires, take a look at the the…

  • Should I replace my original equipment tires?

  • …questions to ask yourself when thinking about that next purchase. What is most important to you? Fuel mileage Longevity (tread wear) Dry handling Wet traction Snow and ice traction Not one tire can "do it all", so rank what is most important to you and help tailor that next set of tires to


Powered by Powered by SLI Systems

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).