Ultimate tier buying guide 2022 :Get the best tier you need

Are You Planning  to  Buy New Tires ?

But, don’t know which tier suits your car?

Need help before you make that all important purchase? 

No worries, we are there for you !

We understand how difficult it is to choose the best car tiers.

And, as new tier brands emerge, the difficulty level has reached a new height.

I’m sure you’ve looked at a lot of blogs before arriving at this one. However, your search for the best tiers has come to an end.

Because, this is an Ultimate tier buying guide 2021.

We will be going in-depth in this guide, with some secret tips not mentioned on other blogs. 

So, Stay till the end and you will get the best tier you need.

How do i choose best tyres for my needs ?

What do you need?

What functionality should your tier be best at?

Rough driving, fast racing, or straightforward driving?

If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you won’t be able to find the best tyres.

Get clarification now so you don’t get daunted when you go to buy it.

Make a qualified list of your specific needs, write them down, and check them off as you go to ensure the tier meets your expectations. 

With this, you will be more knowledgeable than other buyers. 

Look what your car need not all tires are same.

Many people fail to consider what their car requires. They have the mentality that “any tyre can suit my car” because they consider all tiers to be the same.

But it isn’t!


The appearance of tyres does not imply that they will perform similarly.

Each tyre is unique in terms of size, tread depth, rubber, and so on.

Make sure you don’t succumb to this mentality when making a purchase.

5 things that pro’s consider while buying a new tyre

Professionals look for the best with their knowledge , and you can do the same after reading this guide.

Here, you will learn about the various factors to consider when selecting the best tyre for your needs.

Know which tier suits your roads & climate?

When choosing a tyre, consider the surface you’ll be driving on and the conditions you’ll be driving in.

Because these factors influence the performance and tyre life of your vehicle.

Having a knowledge of  weather and road conditions will help you to make a better decision.

If you’re driving in cold weather and the road is icy, winter tyres are the way to go. Similarly, if you’re driving in the summer, you’ll want to get summer tyres.

There are different types of tyres for different weather conditions. Look for tyres that are appropriate for your climate.

Choice your Tyre tread patterns accordingly

Tread maintains  the grip between the road and tyre, It makes your driving safer.

But many people overlook its importance.

Any car with poor tread tyres is prone to accidents because it makes the tyre gripless.

There are three types of tyre pattern made 

1.symmetrical tread​

The patterns are the same on the ethier site, thus ensuring a good stability and handling. Also the tyres with Symmetrical tread pattern have low rolling resistance that means it consumes less gas to drive and saves money in your pocket.

This tyres are easy to fit, you don’t have to worry about the traveling directions

When driven in wet conditions, this type of tyre performs differently.

This type of tyre is ideal for driving in dry conditions.

2.Asymmetrical tread​

As the name says it is asymmetrical, both the halves of the tyre have different patterns.

Both halves carry out their responsibilities. The tread pattern on the inner halves is responsible for water dissipation, ensuring that no water gets between the surface and the tyre. The other half of the pattern keeps the grip on the road.

This tyres performs excellent in wet conditions

3. Directional tread

These tyres are designed to roll in a single direction.They have a V shaped thread pattern .

This tread pattern is good to remove water or snow from the way. These tyres are known for maintaining  good grip on icy roads. 

It is recommended that installation of these tyres should be done by a professional. 

If this tyre is installed incorrectly, then it will not work properly, it

will make noise, its tread will be damaged and the car’s performance will be affected.

Which tyre to look for: tubed or tubeless?

If you have to choose between tube tyre and tubeless tyre, then always go tubeless tyres. Because it offers more benefits than tube tyres.

Tubeless tyres are both high-performance and low-rolling-resistance tyres.

Another advantage of this tyre is that if it has a puncher, it does not go flat easily. Punchered tyres can still travel a certain distance, whereas tube tyres become flat quickly when punched. 

The only thing the tubeless tyre lacks is in its costing  & repairing.

After all it’s the best tyre type to go with.

Things to look in tyre specification

One should always look for the specification 

Size of the tyre

The size of your tyre is important. When choosing a tyre,

The size of the tyre is printed on the side wall of the tyre; before choosing a tyre, read the size specification.

How to read tyre size

Example :195/55 R 16 87V is the tyre size.

Then 195 will be it tread with 

55 will be the % percentage height of the sidewall with respect to its width

R stands for radial construction.

16(inch) is the rim size 

87 represents the loading capacity of tyre

and the V is the speed rating.  

Experts recommend that the size of the new tire should be the same as the earlier tyre.

Rim Size

You should keep in mind that the rim size of your wheel should match the rim size mentioned on the tyre. Or else the tyre won’t fit properly.

Tread width

Tread asures you the comfort while driving

If you are the kind of person who drives at high speed and wants  a stylish look for your car then choose a wider tread tyre.

On the other hand people who wants to improve  their car mileage then they should go for  thin width tyres

Manufacturing date

Check the manufacturing date before you install or purchase a new tyre 

Manufacturing dates show you how old your tyres are.

The date is printed in DOT code, which is represented by four digits on the sidewall of the tyre.

The first two digits denote the week, while the remaining two digits denote the year of manufacture..

It is not recommended that you purchase tyres that are more than 6 months old.

Warranty and Reputation of the manufacture

The last and the important thing to look for is the brand’s reputation as well as the tyre warranties offered by that brand.

It is advisable to buy tyres from reputed brands as they assure good quality material in making of tyre.  

Also look work the warranties you get on tyre

Final words to our buyer:

Consider all the above mentioned points before making your purchase. 

Know your needs, check weather conditions you drive in, look for warranty and other technical specifications.

One final point to consider is the brand’s reputation. To save money, do not choose low-cost, low-quality tyres.

Keep in mind that there should be no compromises made when it comes to safety.

You can also checkout our tyre recommendations 

With this we take your leave. We hope this in depth guide has helped you a lot.

In case of any doubt or query , feel free to comment below .

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