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With millions of cars traveling on roadways each day there is one thing they all have in common. Big cars, small cars, electric cars, old cars, and new, they all rely on tires to get from point A to point B. Many car tires are interchangeable; however, some tires do have a specific purpose. Street tires, racing tires, snow tires, or performance tires, all have their own special design that allow it to perform above and beyond normal tires. Car tires take a beating. Pot holes, rainy days, rocks, snow, sleet, mud, and sand, car tires take that beating with little notice allowing us to continue to travel from point A to point B with little thought.
8936 Maynardville Pike, Knoxville, TN 37938(865) 922-9125 Write a review
Kelly's Tires & More
6838 Texas Valley Rd, Knoxville, TN 37938(865) 922-2256 Write a review
Jack's Wholesale Tires
7714 Corryton Rd, Corryton, TN 37721(865) 687-5656 Write a review
5707 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN 37912(865) 357-5707 Write a review
Reasonable Ron's Used Tires
1200 W 5th Ave, Knoxville, TN 37921(865) 525-8204 Write a review
2819 Western Ave, Knoxville, TN 37921(865) 522-8493 Write a review
Linginfelter Jerry D Tires
111 E Woodland Ave, Knoxville, TN 37917(865) 522-6486 Write a review
S G Industrial Tires
7734 Castlehill Ct, Powell, TN 37849(865) 938-9540 Write a review
Tires Plus Total Car Care
2324 N Broadway St, Knoxville, TN 37917(865) 525-7601 Write a review
El Latino Tires
2400 Washington Pike, Knoxville, TN 37917(865) 595-0655 Write a review
Sears Auto Center
3000 E Mall Rd , Knoxville, TN 37924(865) 521-3728 Write a review
More on Car Tires
Vehicle tires are an important part of your cars everyday performance. Maintaining the tire pressure, and tire rotation can dramatically increase the life of your tires. Buying your tires for your car or truck is a huge decision. You will need to consider how you will be using those tires and how aggressive you need your tread on those tires to be. Highway travel will allow you to settle for just an everyday economy tire. A more aggressive tread would be needed for off-road travel. All tires come with a life expectancy. Some tires are rated for 50,000 miles before you will have to replace them while others may be rated to 80,000 miles. Check your car tires every 5,000 for even tread wear. If you are experiencing uneven tread wear (wearing out on the inside, or outside of your tire quicker than the rest) you may need a tire alignment. Your local automotive shop will be able to provide you with the best local car tires, as well as answer any additional questions you may have.