New Tires & Used Tires
Largo Auto Care & Tire provides the highest quality New and Used Tires at the most
affordable prices. We strive to beat competitor estimates by 10% or more!
We also understand the difficulty in finding quality New and Used Tires, so we compiled the information
below to help customers find the right tires.
Tires Buyers Guide
What type of tire should I buy?
The type of tire you need depends on the weather and environment you live in.
- All-season tires can handle many different road conditions. These tires have some
snow and mud abilities.
- Winter tires are built for snow and are more effective for snow than all-season
- Summer tires are built for warmer climates and are not intended to be used in
temperature below freezing, snow, and ice.
- All-terrain tires are primarily used on four wheel drive vehicles. They give a
great balance between on-road and off-road driving.
What size tires should I buy?
- Check your owner’s manual or the Tire and Loading Information Label located on the driver’s side
door edge to find the correct size for your car, truck, or SUV.
What does the tire rating mean?
Many tires are rated by the U.S. Government on treadwear, traction performance, and temperature resistance.
The government guide is called the
. The tire
can be found on the sidewall of every passenger vehicle tire
sold in the United States of America.
- Treadwear grades tell you how long the tread should last. For example, tires with a
grade of 400 should wear twice as a long
as a tire with a grade of 200. The tread on tires with highest ratings, 600 or more, should take
longer to wear down.
- Traction grades tell you the tire’s ability to allow a car to stop on wet roads in
a short distances. It's graded on a scale of AA, A, B or
C, with AA being the highest rating.
- Temperature grades tell you how well the tire can resists heat. It’s graded A, B or
C, with A being the highest rating.