5. Knowing Your Tread Wear
Tire longevity is dependent on several factors like driving habits, elevation, climate, road conditions, and the manufacturer’s estimate. Curvy roads, pot holes, and other road conditions will cause the tread to wear down faster. The average length for an all-season tire is about 40,000 to 100,000 miles. Some don’t last that long. High-performance all-season have a longevity of 40,000 to 70,000 miles and top-performance may not last more than 25,000 miles. If you buy an all-season tire, you can probably expect it to last several yeas under normal driving conditions.