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How Many Kilometres Do Tires Last?

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How many kilometres should tires last? Most OEM tires last for up to 80,500 km. That said, there’s a lot of variation. Learn more about the factors that affect your tires’ life expectancy, and if you think you’re due for tire replacements around Caledon, be sure to check out our summer tire specials and winter tire specials to see if you can save on your next replacement tires. If you have further questions after reading our guide, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mercedes-Benz Brampton near Orangeville for help.

What Factors Affect Tires Life Expectancy?

Georgetown drivers frequently ask us, “how many kilometres do tires last?”. While the general rule of thumb for how many kilometres tires should last is around 80,000 km, a number of factors can affect the lifespan of your tires include:

  • Type of tire: If you have high-performance tires, they’ll wear much faster than all-season tires because they’re grippier, which results in increased friction with the road.
  • Treadwear rating: Your tires have a treadwear rating with the most accurate estimate of how long they should last. This figure could be less than the average we previously mentioned.
  • Drivetrain: Tires wear differently on front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive vehicles, because of where the main power for forward motion comes from.
  • Road conditions: If you regularly drive on gravel roads or poorly maintained roads, or frequently drive on snow or ice, your tires will wear down faster.
  • Terrain: If you live in a hill country or mountainous region, frequent inclines mean your tires are getting exposed to greater friction, which will wear them down faster.
  • Driving habits: If you have a tendency to accelerate or brake abruptly, you’re going to wear your tires down faster.

Tire Care Tips For Long-Lasting Tires

In addition to having more cautious driving habits, car owners in Halton Hills can increase the lifespan of their tires by following these steps:

  • Get in the habit of checking your tire pressure at the inflation stations when you get gas. This will help you make sure you’re always at optimal pressure.
  • Regularly inspect your tread depth.
  • Rotate your tires regularly. This helps to ensure that they wear evenly. If your cars balance sags in one corner, that tire is going to take undue stress.

Get Replacement Tires at Mercedes-Benz Brampton

Let us help you stay on top of your Mercedes-Benz service schedule! Now you have an answer to the question, “how many kilometres do tires last?” If you think you might be due for new tires, please get in touch. If you have other questions about tire care, be sure to consult our many guides, covering topics like “how often to rotate your tires” and “how to check tire tread depth.” Mercedes-Benz Brampton is happy to help you get back on the road with confidence. Be sure to explore our overview of your Mercedes-Benz wheels options as well!

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