1.Your driving style and operating environment will determine the best tires for your vehicle. Be honest with yourself and your dealer.
2.Tire performance is about compromise. High-performance tires wear quickly and can be noisy. Quiet, long-wearing tires sacrifice some performance.
3.Consider a dedicated set of wheels for snow tires in winter climates. Always run with a full set of four snow tires.
4.Don't mix and match types and ratings of tires. Handling and braking will suffer. Always replace tires as a set.
5.Always use tires for their designed purpose. Off-road tires are useless on the highway, as are high-performance summer tires in wintry conditions.