Don't get left out in the cold this winter season!

The Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 has just arrived and is the latest in Bridgestone's Studless Ice and Snow winter tire line. This tire was engineered to emphasize longevity and consistent ride quality, all the while keeping its focus on superior ice and snow performance delivering confidence in the worst winter conditions. The Blizzak's winter traction is...  Read More

Take a Fall Tour of the Grand Touring Class

Today’s touring tires offer a great deal of performance while still being accountable for long treadwear and ride comfort. This tire category is frequently installed on luxury performance coupes and touring sedans. Touring tires complement drivers that desire handling characteristics similar to a performance tire, but still want the quiet, comfortable ride...  Read More

What tire best suits my winter driving?

When considering your choices in Michelin's winter tire line-up...here are the two most popular.  Michelin X-Ice Xi2                   Michelin Pilot Alpin PA3 Both the Michelin X-Ice Xi2 and the Michelin Pilot Alpin PA3 are great tires, but designed for a different variety of winter conditions and driving styles. The Michelin X-Ice Xi2 is designed for those...  Read More

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus

The Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus is an Ultra High Performance All-Season tire that has become the "go to" product in Michelin's line-up. The tire itself offers many features and benefits for those looking to maximize traction in the wet and dry, while not sacrificing tire longevity. This tire has balanced stability and predictable handling characteristics...  Read More

Value, Durability and Safety -- All Words Describing the General AltiMAX Arctic

Looking for an affordable winter / snow tire that delivers confidence in the snow and ice? Consider the General AltiMAX Arctic Studdable Ice and Snow tire. This tire's engineering is designed to maximize your safety and confidence in a variety of winter conditions.General AltiMAX Arctic tires feature a durable winter tread formulated around a...  Read More

Looking for value in a winter / snow tire? Let the Winterforce be with you!

If you're considering a winter tire but need to stay within a budget, consider the Firestone Winterforce Studdable Ice and Snow tire. This tire is designed to maximize your confidence in a variety of winter conditions, all the while keeping money in your pocket. Firestone Winterforce tires features a winter tread that is engineered around a directional tread...  Read More

Does your Camaro need wheels?

Looking to dress your Camaro with new wheels? Check out some of the latest arrivals when you search by vehicle. One of our featured aftermarket wheels for the Camaro is the Sport Muscle Tach wheel.         Read More

Looking for some peace and quiet?

Looking for some peace and quiet? Take a drive on the Bridgestone Turanza with Serenity Technology. This tire has an excellent reputation for its quiet ride, comfort and responsive handling for the most demanding drivers.  Available in a variety of sizes to fit luxury sedans to performance coupes.   Read More

Can't see the big picture?

Can't see the big picture? Try to improve your outlook on life with a new set of windshield wipers. The rubber windshield wiper is one of the most neglected parts of a vehicle. Yet, it remains the easiest and most cost-effective way to improve performance and safety behind the wheel.Valeo makes some of the industry’s best products. Choose your vehicle’s...  Read More

Taking a Tour of Touring Tires

Today’s touring tires offer a great deal of performance while still being accountable for long treadwear and ride comfort. This tire category is frequently installed on luxury performance coupes and touring sedans. Touring tires complement drivers that desire handling characteristics similar to a performance tire, but still want the quiet, comfortable ride...  Read More

"XL" vs. Standard load tires ... what should I do?

Can I place an "extra load" tire on a vehicle that calls for a "standard" rating?The "XL" (extra load) tire can be ordered for a vehicle that had a standard load tire as its Original Equipment. This is accomplished in the manufacturing process by adding additional material to the shoulder of a tire for extra strength. These reinforcements (usually...  Read More

Made in the USA!

In recent days, we honored those who have fought for our freedom. I also feel that we need to acknowledge American workers that are producing tires here in the USA.   Here is a listing of a few of the popular tire choices exclusively bred from the American worker:  BF Goodrich Super Sport A/S Dick Cepek Radial FC II Dunlop Radial Mud Rover Firestone Precision...  Read More

Are your run-flat tires leaving you flat?

Most vehicle owners are left with the understanding that run-flat tires must be reinstalled if original to the car. Not true! Others have indicated a non-run-flat tire cannot be installed on the Original Equipment wheel if replacing a run-flat tire. Once again...not exactly true!Many of the automotive manufacturers have selected run-flat tires not only for...  Read More

Where have all the classic cars gone?

I am often approached with the question: "Why can't I find more fitments for my muscle car or vintage automobile?"The goal of Tire Rack is to provide products for all vehicle makes and models. However, due to the availability of the "classic" automobile/truck and the desired range of looks from vintage to heavily modified street machines, it is not feasible...  Read More

Under Pressure!

Tire Rack is frequently asked the question...What pressure setting should I use on my new tires?The correct pressure settings for your vehicle can be referenced in the owner's manual or on the placard found inside the drivers door jamb. The information will provide a recommended cold temperature setting that is to be used regardless of the tire size...  Read More

What is "Plus Sizing" and what are the benefits?

Plus sizing is an option allowing drivers to customize the appearance and performance of their vehicle by mounting lower profile tires on larger diameter wheels. One-inch greater wheel diameter is referred to as plus-one, two inches is plus-two... and so on. Using a lower profile tire with a greater diameter rim allows the overall diameter to remain about...  Read More