Hi, I hope you are having a nice day! If you want new tires, you might come across these questions. Like, what type of trie is useful? Which terms of tires are preferable? For example, ‘all-seasons’ or ‘all-terrain’. Will I get a tire under my budget? I hope you can find all your answers in our article below.

Midas make it simple to buy the tire of your choice. We can help you to select your tire, which can be used for a long time. Midas can check your tire pressure and tread wear. It is a part of every Midas Touch Courtesy Check.

Find the best Tires for your Vehicle

You can find the top tires for your vehicles at the best price only at Midas. Complete the selections for your car in the Tire Finder.

What kinds of Tires can I purchase from Midas?

Things you need to know about Midas

Seasonal Tires: You must change this type of tire twice a year. Its best performance is in summer and winter.

Snow/Winter Tires: These tires have the best performance in winter. It helps you to drive quickly on the ice.

Summer Tires: This tire has lower rolling resistance.

Year-Round Tires: These tires help you to drive comfortably on or off the road.

All-Season Tires: These tires are for a heavy vehicle or more passengers.

All-Terrain Tires: It is ideal for street driving and modest off-road use.

Mud Tires: Off-road specialists that control through mud, rocks, dirt, sand, and deep snow.

Low Profile Tires: Enhanced cornering and handling great to inclusive treads and short sidewalls.

Performance Tires: They have excellent performance and give you a comfortable ride.

How to tell if your tire tread deepness is too low and you need to replace your tires:

Use a tire tread depth gauge for precise size.

It is time for new tires. Take the U.S. Penny Test: Insert a penny into your tire tread. You can see the highest of Lincoln’s head. If the top of Lincoln’s head is covered, your track is more profound than 2/32″. On the tail side, if the top of the Lincoln Memorial is covered, your impression is deeper than 6/32″.

Take the Canadian nickel test: If the highest of Queen Elizabeth’s crown remains covered, your tread is more profound than 2/32″.

Take the U.S. Quarter Test: The top of Washington’s head is covered, and your tire tread is more profound than 4/32″.

Take the Canadian Quarter Test: If the caribou’s nose stay enclosed, your tire tread is more profound than 6/32″.

Checked the wear bars: Tire wear bars remain located at 2/32″ of tread depth, so if any wear bar is worn, replace the tire immediately. It’s below the legal minimum tread depth.

Check the tread depth on several tire parts, especially if you see uneven wear patterns. And talk to a Midas tire professional to help you choose how low your tread depth can go.

Do you necessity an alignment with new Tires?

It is a good idea to check your wheel alignment when you buy original tires to ensure that your new tires wear down regularly from the day you drive them home.

We also endorse having your alignment checked regularly to extend the life of your tires — it’s incredibly convenient to do this when your vehicle is in for services like tire rotation.

Do new tires need to be balanced?

Tire imbalance is common on bumpy roads. New tires should remain checked for balance before it goes for mounting. Even new tires can have a natural imbalance from the factory. Starting with balanced tires and having the flat checked as a regular part of tire service will help extend the life of your tires.

Do I want a new TPMS with new Tires?

Midas suggest installing a TPMS Service Kit. You must check whether or not the TPMSS sensor measures your tire pressure correctly or not. If you have a maintained tire pressure, it increases the tire’s life. TPMS system alerts you when your tire has low pressure. Don’t miss the warnings. It prevents you from having a high risk