New Payment Option: Goodyear Credit Card

We often get calls from customers asking if we have financing options. While we don't directly finance purchases, we have historically accepted Bill Me Later, which is now PayPal Credit. Also, we will continue accepting this method for online orders, but now there is another option! If you already have a Goodyear Credit Card, then you're in luck! You can now...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus

Great tire so far. Used on 2013 Toyota 4Runner Limited with All Wheel Drive (torsen center differential) and 17 inch SR5 wheels for better off road performance than the stock 20 inch rims. The tires exhibited good hiway performance in wet and dry conditions no hydroplaning at speed limit (70 to 75 mph) in heavy rains on interstates. Predictable response...  Read More

The 2016 Tire Rack One Lap of America is in the Books

2016 marked the 33rd running of the Tire Rack Brock Yates One Lap of America. The charitable, extreme challenge, street-legal road rally race for driving enthusiasts is an event of endurance and vehicle preparation. This year’s event covered 2,827 miles over seven days! As is tradition, the race kicked off and ended at our headquarters here in South Bend,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental TrueContact

I bought a 4 tire set 215/45/17 true contacts to replace oem Firestone 740 on a 2015 Toyota Corolla S. First impression is wow! Based my decision on tire rack test and reviews posted here. Tire rack test results match my sentiments rather closely. My opinion here is to compare the performance against what came on the car. Not to bash the firestones, but the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Position

This tire is a wonderful choice for the Tesla Model S for a high performance summer tire. It appears be built with care as my tire shop only needed to add one or no weights to each tire for balancing. They were amazed at this. Also, the tire has no siping or tread cuts at the outer edge. This means that the tires does not throw as many small pebbles as tires...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus

I don't really know if I've ever written a review on any product before now. I bought a set of Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza's for my 2003 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner DoubleCab. I just took it in today for my fourth tire rotation with around 20,000 miles now on the tires. (My truck currently has 208,000 miles on it.) I've had several brand name tires on this...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Affinity Touring

Standard equipment on my Toyota Camry, and I'm planning on getting rid of them early. Even with only 23,000 miles, these tires were terrible and felt unstable on rain covered roads. Now that I'm at 33,000 miles, I don't feel comfortable driving them on anything but dry roads. At the current rate of wear, these would have only lasted to 43,000 miles.Avoid...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Winterforce UV

Have these tires on a dedicated 17inch steel wheel. Did not notice any difference in ride from the OEM 20 inch on Goodyears. Noise is a little louder than a all season tire due to having them studded at 0-30mph. Anything over 30mph and you cant hear the studs anymore. Tires do exceptionally well in deep snow. Pulled out a mini cooper in 20inches of fresh...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06

Replaced the stock Goodyear Run Flats on a 2012 BMW 335i Coupe, with these and couldn't be happier. I was concerned with driving this car in the winter in the Cleveland, OH area. Although we had a relatively light winter this year, the times we did have snow these tires performed almost flawlessly. My wife has a brand new FWD Toyota Highlander, with a snow...  Read More

Best Tires for the Toyota Highlander

The Toyota Highlander continues to be a popular luxury SUV/CUV, especially since the introduction of the new, more stylish 2014 model. Starting with this new generation of Highlander, Pirelli and Bridgestone both offer great replacement tires for this vehicle. 2014-2017 Toyota Highlander Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus Th...  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

Need the Best Replacement Tires for Your Ford Fusion?

Introduced for model year 2006, the Ford Fusion is a mid-size four-door sedan that goes against the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord in the marketplace. With over two million sold since its introduction, replacement tire searches are common. The typical search focuses on wet and snow traction, as well as long treadlife. There have been a number of tire size...  Read More

All-Season Tires for Your Family Vehicle

With record warm temperatures followed by record snowfalls in many parts of the United States, the 2015 - 2016 winter season has been interesting. Such a wide variety of driving conditions can make finding the right tire a challenging task. Fortunately, our data on hundreds of tires and  in-house tire testing helps you narrow down the myriad of choices.   The...  Read More

Winter / Snow Tires for Your Second-Generation (2005-2015) Toyota Tacoma

Over the last several years I've switched vehicles a few times, but have always held on to my solid 2008 Toyota Tacoma 2WD Regular Cab. It's a simple truck with a five-speed on the floor, cloth seats and crank windows, yet nothing is more dependable. Being only 2WD instead of 4WD, it's got one major weakness - it's intrinsically bad in snow. Rear-wheel...  Read More

Best All-Season Tires for the Best-Selling Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has been the best -selling passenger car in the United States for years. It only stands to reason that a lot of people are looking for advice on what to buy for their next tire. The typical top requirements tend to be snow traction, longevity and ride quality.   Keep in mind there are a number of different size options used on the Camry....  Read More

Great Choice for Year-Round Driving: Continental TrueContact

Ideally, everyone who lives in a climate with snow and ice for at least part of the year should use dedicated winter tires. The reality, however, is that not everyone has the room to store an extra set of tires or tires and wheels. Additionally,  a second set of tires just isn't always in the budget. If you're going to use an all-season tire year-round, Cont...  Read More

Best Tire Recommendations for the Toyota Camry

In the early 1980s, the Camry was introduced into the North American market as Toyota's mid-sized sedan. Many iterations of the car have been produced, including coupes, wagons and convertible versions of the car. While body styles have come and gone, the Toyota Camry has always been known as a reliable vehicle with very broad appeal. It's often one of the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Ecsta LE Sport

I purchased a set of these tires for my '88 Toyota Supra in staggered sizes: 235/45R17 Front, 255/40R17 Rear My car is summer only, and used as a fun car and not a daily driver. I wanted a set of performance tires that weren't so expensive that I would feel bad doing a track day, auto-x, or a smoky burnout. These tires fill that gap quite well.There's no...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

great tire, follow manufacture rotation schedule allow me to obtain 100,000 on these LTX Michelin tires. My previous set of tires Bridgestone H/L were very good but lacked aggressive stance of Michelins. My 96 Toyota 4runner has 374,000 miles. The current set of LTX will probably outlive the vehicle.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Solus KH16

Factory tires were Firestone FR710s. Those wore out at 33k. Thought these would be better. Toyota dealer highly recommended the kumho's. These tires have about 15k left. Noise continues to increase as the tires wear. They are wearing evenly as they are rotated every 5k. My advise is spend a little more up front and get a quality set of tires. The kumho's are...  Read More