For most people buying tires can be a big deal, so play it safe and consult with your friendly and knowledgeable tire professional about the proper size, type and grade for your driving needs. He can help you balance load requirements, performance, durability and cost.
It’s always best to replace both tires on the same axle when purchasing new tires, in order to keep the rolling diameter as close as possible. Drivers with four-wheel drive vehicles should replace all four tires at the same time because they can run into problems if the tires have different rolling diameters due to wear or different types of tires. Four-wheel drive vehicles should have all tires very close to the same rolling diameter to avoid binding and wheel hop between the front and rear axles.
Tire manufacturers also recommend that if you are buying just two new tires that they be installed on the rear for safer slippery road traction – regardless of which wheels drive the vehicle. Express Car Care has you covered for all of your tire service in Denver needs including tire repair, tire mounting, and wheel balancing.