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Tires wear down over time, plain and simple. Consider what tires experience on a daily basis; harsh weather conditions, potholes, uneven roads, and much more. From interstate speeds to local gravel driveways. They do this all while supporting the ton of steel that is the car body and engine.
Tires come with different warranties based on mileage they are expected to perform ideally with under average driving conditions but can last longer or shorter time periods according to driving styles and specific circumstances. Ideally, tire performance can be predicted to last a certain amount of time, but sometimes a tire can receive unexpected damage.
A pothole driven over at high speeds can damage a tire beyond repair, as can a puncture to the sidewall. At such a time, it’s worth considering replacing the other tires, or at least the opposite tire, to maintain consistency but that’s really a judgment call based on how much wear the undamaged tires have left.
Although there are tire specialty shops all across America, a dealership will provide the original tires the vehicle was designed to run with. A dealership such as Bryden Motors in Benoit, WI utilizes certified technicians to determine the best tires for your car and driving needs so you can get back on the road without further concerns after having new tires professionally installed.