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 How long do tires usually last?

Answer There are many factors to consider, but tires typically last between 25,000 and 75,000 miles or from one and a half to three years. The variables affecting tire wear include the road, weather and d... Read More »
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How long should a set of tires last?

How long tires will last will depend on the type of tire and the care they receive. Typically, tires will last between 25,000 to 50,000 miles. Road, driving and weather conditions can all have an e... Read More »
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How long do SUV tires last?

Depending on the treadwear rating, SUV tires for wheels sized between 15 to 20 inches should last between 50,000 and 70,000 miles. If they are chosen to match the specific vehicle type and if indiv... Read More »
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How long do MTB tires last?

The lifespan of MTB tires is 3,000 miles. These tires are durable, resistant to puncture and provide a good grip on dry as well as wet roads. The MTB tires are well-suited for training and racing.R... Read More »
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How long do studded tires last?

On One Hand: Added Traction in SnowStudded tires will typically last as long or longer than the tire would without the studs. Studs are added to regular snow tires; they are not an entirely differe... Read More »
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