You Can Now Pick Up Your Order in New Castle, Delaware

Are you a loyal or prospective Tire Rack customer living close to our New Castle, Delaware distribution center? If you've wanted to pick up in the past, you couldn't because of Delaware's restrictive retail licensing laws. Now, thanks to a recent change in the state's tax laws, you can pick up your order at our facility in New Castle. Our Delaware...  Read More

Expanded Customer Pick-Up with More Tire Rack Distribution Centers

With eight strategically located distribution centers across the country, Tire Rack is able to offer fast shipping service options to our customers. In fact, most customers are within one to two business days of our Indiana, Nevada, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Minnesota, Louisiana or Georgia distribution centers. With our expanding number of centers,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

My truck is back.... The old factory Oem Goodyear wrangler sa's were not all that bad. But after 40k miles they were loud, wearing out, and made my expedition ride extremely rough. These tires are not cheap. But if you are reading this you know enough to understand that you are looking into a premium tire for your truck. These michelins are worth the price...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Altimax Arctic

Since my WRX comes with summer only tires I bought these mounted on rims from Tire Rack. I grew up in Wisconsin but when it snows, Tennessee mountain driving is far more challenging than WI. ever was. Put on 1100 miles last winter and 1900 so far this winter on mostly dry roads - tires have been even better this year due to break in last year. I live on top...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 2

I work in the automotive industry and test drive a lot of vehicles. Originally I had the michelin atx tires on it in E load range. I worked for bridgestone at the time and had a GREAT deal on them. I bought them and have loved them. I have a farm in east Texas that has some rock in it but mostly sandy soil and clay with slightly rolling hills. I also have a...  Read More

The Highway All-Season Category Belongs to Michelin

The Defender LTX M/S, which replaces Michelin’s LTX M/S2, takes over its predecessor’s spot in first place in the Highway All-Season category. Building upon a winning formula, the tire retains the LTX M/S2’s effective tread pattern and proven internal construction. But the Defender LTX M/S tires utilize a new, more durable tread compound to address...  Read More

General’s AltiMAX Arctic Has Marched to the Top and Never Left

The General AltiMAX Arctic has been at the top of our Studdable Winter / Snow performance category consumer ratings and reviews for quite some time. With high rankings in deep and light snow traction, ride comfort and treadwear, it’s easy to see why. AltiMAX Arctic tires are pinned to accept optional TSMI #12 silver-colored metallic winter studs, however...  Read More

Firestone's Destination LE 2 is Tried and True

When it comes to buying tires for half-ton pickups and SUVs, we all want the best. We also want to have the best at a great price. Getting customers the best value is a very important part of our job. Few tires better illustrate this concept of value better than the Firestone Destination LE 2.   The LE 2 consistently ranks in the top five in our customer...  Read More

Best Tire Choices for Your Snow Plow Truck

The winter season is upon us and soon we'll be facing snowy driveways and parking lots. After heavy snow, plow truck drivers are tasked with clearing the driveways of residents and parking lots of local businesses. Getting all of the contracted locations plowed can prove a difficult task, so the proper tire can make a significant difference in the time it...  Read More

General Altimax Arctic LT replaced by the General Grabber Arctic LT.

Winter is just around the corner, so now is a good time to think about the condition of your tires. Even if you drive a large, heavy-duty four-wheel drive pickup, tires are very important to making it safely through this upcoming winter season. As mentioned in "Best Heavy-Duty Winter Tires", many drivers of trucks rely on On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires such...  Read More

Best Heavy-Duty Winter Tires

Many drivers of heavy-duty three-quarter-ton and one-ton pickup trucks use On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires like the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 for winter driving. Other simply use standard Highway All-Season tires. While the all-terrain tires will typically outperform their all-season counterparts in snow traction, they are still not as good in winter...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

Best tires I've had, Aggressive driving. I wore them out in 8000 miles doing burnouts and autocrossing the truck. I have an LS3 Corvette V8 in my single cab pickup. When the tires were new, they made ZERO road noise and rode smoothly. I took them through 8 of slushy snow and they performed. I took them through severly soft sand in a well traveled river bed...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Duravis M700

I have a 2009 Silverado 2500 HD VORTEC. I have been very satisfied with these tires and was going to replace them with the same tire. After checking on Tire Rack, I am surprised there is so much negative info about the tire. I do some off road driving with my pickup and have only gotten stuck once - to me the ultimate test. I suspect any vehicle might have...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus

12/14/13 - I just picked up my car, and with several inches of snow last night and snowing this morning, I was able to test these new tires in wet, slush, light snow, and thick snow on my drive home. These tires are unbelievablely great!!! I tested the tires from 40mph to a stop. In wet and slush conditions, I was not able to activate my ABS no matter how...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler SR-A

These came new on my pickup and have served me well, They are very quite , secure and have a nice ride to them. I have 34,000 on them now with 10% of that on gravel or off road. Other than wearing out slightly earlier than I thought the would they have been excellent. I expect to change them a the 40,000 mile mark prior to winter setting in here in North...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX A/T 2

Superb tires so far! Much better than the Yokohama Geolander AT's that I had. The Michelin LTX AT are fantastic on the asphalt and trails and provide near sedan-like handling on the road. They are stiffer than my Geolanders were, but that may be because they are new. So far after 5500 miles I can say the LTX AT's are: Great handling on pavement, wet or dry.Ve...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Geolandar I/T G072

I have 4 of these dedicated snow tires on my '08 Subaru Tribeca whenmost of my contemporaries run All Season tires. I have a very short steep driveway and live in the southern Allegheny region of Central Pennsylvania. My driveway also has a northern exposure so it does not melt as quickly as someof my neighbors driveways do. i have great confidence in the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70

Knowing that I am making a definite trade off in handling for better winter weather traction, I am quite pleased. Going from a lower profile M+S sport touring tire to a Winter/snow tire is very much (in my case) going from the feel of a sport/touring car to that of a small (yet capable) pick-up truck/SUV. Pushing hard, in conditions that my other tires would...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General AltiMAX RT43 (T-Speed Rated)

Bought these for my wife's minivan. After 10,000 miles they are as noisy as the knobby tires on a lifted pickup and everyone who rides in the car asks what's wrong with the car. Doing a couple burnouts (not easy in a very heavy FWD car with only 200HP) made the noise somewhat better but still extremely noisy.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX A/T 2

I bought these tires expecting good (60,000 mile)tread life on my diesel pickup. I have been very pleased with them so far. I'm at 64,000 miles now, and my big concern was having enough tread to make it safely through this winter. If you look at the tread depth, and how evenly they are wearing, you would think they have another 50,000 left in them. I will be...  Read More