The True Cost Of Buying Part Worn Tires

The True Cost Of Buying Part Worn Tires

You may have seen people selling part-worn tires in your town or city. It might be tempting to buy a used tire as they are often cheaper than buying a new one.

However, before you do, you should be aware of the hidden costs that come with buying part-worn tires. In this blog post, we will discuss the true cost of buying part-worn tires and why it is often a false economy to purchase them.

What are part-worn tires?

Part-worn tires are usually sold by pound or kilogram. They are often advertised as being ‘as good as new’ or ‘nearly new.’ However, part-worn tires are not subject to the same safety standards as new tires.

In fact, they may have been used on a vehicle for many miles before they were removed and put up for sale. This means that you could be buying a tire that is close to the end of its life.

What are the issues with part-worn tires?

When you buy a part-worn tire, you are also taking on all the risks associated with it. If the tire is faulty, you could have an accident. You might also find that the tread wears down quickly, meaning you will have to replace the tire sooner than you would if you had bought a new one.

Part-worn tires also tend to be significantly cheaper than new tires. This might seem like a good thing, but it could actually end up costing you more in the long run.
It’s important to remember that when you buy a tire, you are not just paying for the rubber. You are also paying for the design, development, and testing that has gone into making sure the tire is safe and fit for purpose. When you buy a part-worn tire, you are not getting all of this.

So, while you might think you’re saving money by buying a part-worn tire, in reality, you could be putting your safety at risk and end up paying more in the long run if you have to replace the tire sooner than you would have had to with

In short, part-worn tires are a false economy. You might think you’re getting a bargain, but in reality, you could be putting your safety at risk. It’s always best to buy new tires for your car. That way, you know they’ve been manufactured to the highest standards and will give you many miles of safe driving.

Avoid the false economy

If you’re looking to save money on your next set of tires, there are plenty of other ways to do it without compromising on safety.

Shop around for the best deals and don’t be afraid to negotiate – most tire retailers are willing to give you a discount if you ask for it. And remember, the cheapest option isn’t always the best – make sure you’re getting value for money.

So, next time you’re tempted to buy part-worn tires, think twice. It might not be worth the risk. New tires may cost a little more, but they could end up saving your life.

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Written by:
Rich Heinrich
Master Instructor / General Manager

Instructor and Office Administrator

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