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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.
Every tire’s usable life differs based on its design and other wear and tear factors. But manufacturers and servicing agencies recommend replacing after a specific mileage to avoid accidents. All manufacturers provide warranty and guidelines for proper usage and maintenance of tires. Replacing tires irrespective of the tread depth after every 5 to 6 years is always considered a healthy practice.