How Many Miles Do Tires Last?

New tires that are recommended by your OEM should last roughly 50,000 miles. Of course, the exact mileage your specific tires will actually last is another matter entirely, and is influenced by many things, like your driving style, treadwear rating, and more.

The questions surrounding how many miles tires should last have many answers, depending on a variety of different factors. Everything from how you drive to the typical road conditions you drive on can have an impact on your tire life expectancy. Taking proper care of your tires also helps to extend their life expectancy. This includes proper tire maintenance, like tire rotations, as well as keeping them properly inflated. Let’s explore these topics in more detail below.


What Factors Affect Tire Life Expectancy?

  • Driving habits: Having a heavy foot while cornering, braking, and picking up speed will wear out your tires faster than accelerating gradually and letting coasting do some of the braking work.
  • Type of tire: High-performance tires have extra grip but they also might wear out more quickly than standard all-season tires, which often have less rolling resistance.
  • Treadwear rating: The treadwear rating of tires, or their, life expectancy differs by set of tires. A lower number indicates less time that they’re expected to last.
  • Road conditions: If you often drive over gravel or dirt roads or other abrasive materials, it’s likely that your tires won’t last quite as long as they otherwise might.
  • Drivetrain: Tires wear differently on front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive vehicles. This is why regular tire rotation is important! Our tire center can help.
  • Terrain: If you live in an area with inclines on the roads, more friction on the tires is required to start and stop the vehicle than on flat surfaces.

Tire Care Tips For Long-Lasting Tires

Looking to extend the life of your tires in Golden Valley? Here are some tips for getting the longest life out of any set of tires:

  • Be sure you always drive with the recommended tire pressure.
  • Continually inspect tire tread depth for tire tread wear.
  • Rotate your tires often for more even distribution of tire wear.
  • Take your vehicle in for regularly scheduled maintenance.

Trust the Rudy Luther Toyota Tire Center with Your Tire Needs!

Ready to schedule tire service today? We can’t wait to help you with your tire care needs near Minneapolis! If you need Toyota service in MN, or you’re just curious about your tire health, contact our service team today!


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