Don't Mix and Match Tires
A lot of people ask: Can I mix the tires that I have installed on my vehicle? We're here to explain why and why not.
If you're like most people, you expect that all four of your tires on your car, truck, or other vehicle will wear out at just around the same rate, unfortunately ... that's almost never the case. This is why many Americans with bad or no credit often times choose to replace their vehicle's tires one at a time as they're needed and they're able to afford them. This makes sense financially, but there are some important things to keep in mind when doing so:
If you're unable to afford a full set of new tires right now, it's essential that you lease at least two tires at a time, and make sure that they're either the same or as close as possible to the tires that are currently on your vehicle.
How do I know if they're a close enough match to my current/old tires?
If you cannot find or afford to rent to own the exact same tire as previously used, you'll want to find a new set of tires that's basically the same type (ie. All-Season, Winter, Run-Flat etc), size, tread, and pattern. If you're able to replace your tires with the same brand and model as your current tires, you'll want to remember to have these installed on the rear of your vehicle and your rear tires mounted on the front. This will keep your vehicle from exhibiting unpredictable or hazardous handling.
If you’re currently debating whether or not you need a new set of tires on finance, don’t wait any longer, it's not worth the risk! Search our huge inventory of lease to own tires and you're sure to find a new set that're be a great fit for your vehicle. You can choose to have your tires on credit delivered to your home or straight to an installation center of your picking.