Obliged. Seems like even the second cheapest tire is only rated for 40k miles which is about what I put on my car this past year. I just feel like Big O and Discount try to screw me.Sam's Club or Costco are the best places to get good tires at a low price. Costco is usually less and if you're not a member, the savings on a set of 4 tires will cover the membership fee for a year.
With the number of miles we put on a car, cheap tires at any price will cost more in the long run.
It seems like every time i need tires Sams and Costco don't have the tire size i need in stock so i make them print out a quote and go to a discount tire and they match the price and beat it by $10 a tire.Obliged. Seems like even the second cheapest tire is only rated for 40k miles which is about what I put on my car this past year. I just feel like Big O and Discount try to screw me.
Careful buying any tires from Walmart. My friend works at State Farm call center and told me customers calling in about tire blow out saying they just got new tires. And he ask them where did you get them %90 they say Walmart.Any thoughts?
I don't do it anymore, but in the past I've bought a lot of used tires at Bob's Tire Corral in Tempe. Good people, decent tires, very fast, very cheap. If you get a nail or screw in your tire they can take it out and plug it quick. Used Tires Mexico on Alma School north of Main is good too, it's run by some of the people who used to work at Bob's.Buy Used honestly.
I have had great luck dealing with the Firestone on Chandler Blvd & I-10.Any thoughts?