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How many miles does tire last?

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Typically, OEM tires on a new vehicle last for around 50,000 miles before replacement. Several factors affect the useful life of a set of tires. People must take good care of tires to ensure proper functionality and safety. The type of tire pleases a significant rule in its usability. Softer tires provide better road grip but wear out quickly. On the other hand, performance-oriented tires wear out much sooner compared to the standard all-season alternatives.

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Generally, tough terrains greatly shorten the longevity of tires. I'm based on a mountainous town. I always have several spare tyres for my Yamaha Grand Filano as the roads in my town are muddy and broken.

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As a thumb rule soft tyre gives good grip on road but wear out early, hard tyre are slippery but last long so go for all season tyres. we at Bidexport.com inspect tyres of every car that customers buy.

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