Facts

How to Search

How to Read a TireOn the sidewall of your tire you will see a number like what is pictured to the right. (P265/50/R20). They refer to the tires Tread Width, Sidewall Height and Rim Diameter respectively.

To find the tire(s) you are looking for, use our Search Tool option for Tire Size.


Tips to keep your tires new

  • Check the pressure in your tires regularly, especially before taking a long trip
  • Maintain the proper air pressure in the tires at all times.
  • The best time to measure the tire pressure is when the tires are cold.
  • Your car or truck will use less gas and will last longer if kept at the recommended tire pressure.
  • Check the tread on your tires to make sure they are wearing evenly.
  • Make sure your wheels are aligned and balanced properly to ensure even wear.
  • Avoid quick stops and starts, aggressive driving and “screeching” your tires.
  • Talk to the experts at TireZoo for advice on how best to care for your new tires

What is Tire Recycling?

Tires that have expired their safe and useful life are recycled. We ship the ‘spent’ tires to a reputable recycler. The tires are shredded or made into crumbs and are used to produce new products.

Here are a few examples of recycled tires:

  • Rubberized asphalt concrete (RAC) for “green road” highways, for running track fields
  • Combusted as fuel to power furnaces and potentially enough retrievable oil to ease consumer demand.
  • Protective clothing, shoe soles
  • Child safety environments like cushioned playground mats
  • Drain pipes
  • Mulch
  • Office supplies
The TireZoo Difference

We warranty all used tires for 30 days after the purchase and installation!

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