Used Tires? Buyer Beware......

Once a tire has been mounted on a vehicle and driven, it’s considered a used tire. Once a used tire is resold as a replacement, it’s a risky proposition for motorists. While new tires must meet stringent federal safety standards to be sold in the U.S., worn tires can be resold as used with virtually no restrictions.

Used tires come with many unknowns. How was it used? Was it stored properly? Was it safely maintained? Was it ever repaired? Every variable has a major impact on driver safety. Damaged or improperly maintained tires are outright dangerous to all drivers.

Hidden Concerns

You might think you can spot a damaged tire by sight, but you can’t. For example, you can only see damage or improper repairs to a tire’s inner liner after demounting it from the wheel. Even then, only a qualified service professional can make that determination.

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