Your driving style will tell you a lot

Your tires should match your driving style and be able to handle the conditions of your daily drives. If you're wondering what to look for in tires or what tires you should buy, think about where you're going to drive them. Let’s take a look at a few different types of drivers and their matching tires.

Get tires that match your driving style

The Daily Driver/Road Tripper: if your vehicle is on the road every day or you love taking long drives, consider the mileage of your next set of tires. Ride comfort and fuel economy are other benefits that could help you out. Are you a Daily Driver or Road Tripper? Have a look at these:

The High-Performance Enthusiast: if you drive a sports car or high-performance vehicle, consider a set of tires that deliver serious handling. You'll want to make sure that they're specifically designed for sports cars if that's what you drive. Are you a high-performance enthusiast? Take a peek at this:

The Off-Roader: if you like to take on the trails, tackling mud, rock and dirt, consider a set of rugged off-road tires. If you're only taking the occasional camping trip, a set of all-terrain tires is a good choice. Are you an Off-Roader? Check these out:

Rugged Off-Road Tires

All-Terrain Tires

There are tires available to suit every driving style. Take the Help Me Choose quiz to find out what tire is right for you.