Why Buy Premium Tires?
Longer Mileage Life
Premium tires last longer; more miles per tire means more money in your pocket.
Premium tires are produced using better manufacturing processes.
Premium tires are produced using better raw materials, leading to better final products.
Increased Quality Control
Premium tires are produced by manufacturers who set and follow industry standards.
Improved Fuel Efficiency
Premium tires lead to potential fuel savings.
Premium tires are better in wet conditions, snow, gravel, and on ice.
Industry Leading Reviews
Premium tire brands recieve better reviews from industry experts as well as individual buyers.
Premium tires purchased with wheels from WheelSetGo arrive at your door mounted, balanced, and ready for install.
Our Premium Tire Brands
The following is not an all inclusive listing of our premium tire brands; additional brands may be found during your shopping experience.
More About Premium Tires
If you are seeking tires that promote safety, performance, and tread life, then you need to get premium tires for your vehicle. Premium tires are just better — better in slick conditions like water, snow, and ice; provide better braking with lesser braking distance; allow for increased tread life so you can replace them less often. The BETER adds up to a safer, more comfortable ride for everyone.
WheelSetGo carries a vast selection of premium vehicle tires for all types of driving conditions – snow and ice, rocky off-roading, summer touring, and more. We continually seek to expand our tire offerings to include new brands, innovative tread designs, and unique sidewall stylings across all budgetary needs. Like any tire purchased through us as a wheel and tire set, all premium tires come mounted, balanced and ready for install. Learn more about our wheel and tire packages.
Looking to see what other tire options we carry? On our site you can also shop by Tire Sizes, Winter Tires, ATV-UTV Tires, Tire Brands, or input your vehicle year / make / model / wheel size on the All Tires page.
First time replacing your vehicle’s tires? Feeling lost on how to find the right size? Check out the information toward the bottom of our Tire Size Calculator page to guide you on locating the current size tires on your vehicle. From there, start filtering by tread type, price, etc.
Our family-owned business is committed to providing an exceptional selection of premium tires, in combination with premium wheels, to provide you with optimum wheel and tire packages. With a user-first website, small-town customer service, affordable payment plans, and professional mount and balance services – we strive to be a leading online retailer for premium tire packages. Curious about how our mount and balance packages work? Or unsure which tire tread is best for your lifestyle? Call us Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM CT at 320-247-6160, or email email@example.com.
Premium Tires: Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need to buy tire pressure sensors with my new tires?
- Tire pressure monitoring sensors (TPMS) last an average of 7 years. If you haven’t replaced your tire pressure sensors and it’s been longer than 7 years or is approaching that timeframe, it is highly recommended to replace them at the time of purchasing new tires. TPMS must be preprogrammed and installed in your wheels BEFORE a tire is mounted to the wheel, otherwise costly tire unmounting will be necessary. When in doubt, replace!
- Along with that, federal regulations require vehicles manufactured after September 1, 2007, to have functioning Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors.
- When should I replace my tires?
- As with most things, tires do have an expiration date – and that is typically six years from the manufacture date. However, tires that are regularly driven on will wear out sooner than six years, just as tires that are stored well and see little use will last longer than six years. The best indicator for replacement is tread depth. To meet legal US safety standards, a tire’s tread needs to be at least 2/32” deep. If the tread on your tires is less than 2/32” or are approaching 2/32”, you should replace your tires.
- Along with tread depth, tires that have sidewall damage, dry rot, or that are showing uneven wear should be considered for replacement. To check for uneven wear or damage, it is required to check all four tires.
- How many miles do tires last?
- On average, tires can last between 50,000 to 60,000 miles. However, the mileage lifespan is dependent on many factors including manufacturer, typically traveled terrain, road conditions, wheel alignment, driving habits, and more.