Most OEM Chevrolet tires last up to 50,000 miles on the streets of Sarasota; however, many factors can affect the life expectancy of tires. Read on to learn about those factors and how you can optimize the lifespan of your tires. After you’ve read our guide on how many miles tires should last, get in touch with Cox Chevrolet in Bradenton, if you think you might be due for tire replacement.
The answer to the question: “How many miles do tires last?” can vary depending upon a number of factors. A better question to ask is, “How many miles should tires last?”. As we mentioned earlier: 50,000 miles, and we’ll address how to achieve the best lifespan momentarily. First, let’s take a look at all of the factors that can affect the longevity of your tires:
Now that you know about how many miles tires should last, as well as all of the factors that can affect how many miles tires do last, take a look at our tire care tips to learn about how to get the most out of your tires.
If you think you might be due for tire replacement, tire maintenance, or you have more questions about how many miles tires should last, reach out to the service center at Cox Chevrolet in Bradenton. Our phone number is 941-538-7407. While you’re here, take a moment to explore our Chevy service coupons, and to check out our other Chevrolet service guides for other informative reads, like our overview of how often you should change your oil.