1st And Foremost, I Have To AGREE With the 2nd Write Up On the 2nd Page!
Excellent Point! When Buying A "HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRE" You Will Get the Best Compound Which Won't "LAST" As-LONG As A Mediocre Compound Which Will LAST A Little LONGER! I'm An OLD SCHOOL Mechanic From the Late 70's And Early 90's And Avid Track Aficionado! So To Speak! The Late 70's To Mid 80's Was Goodyear Gatorback Tire! BIG Tire! If You Didn't Have These On Your Cars Back Then, You Didn't Go Out With Your Car! Then Came the Pirelli P77 Tires! HOLY Shazam! This Became the Tire Of the Mid To Late 80's! Then, The Bridgestone Potenza Of the 90's! Today! You Buy TIRES According To Your Vehicle And And What Your Driving In! L@@K For the Best Rated Tire For the Conditions Were YOU Live And What Your Driving! For SNOW States, Get A 2nd Set Of Wheels For the SNOW! When the SUMMER Arrives Switch Back To Your Preferred Performance Tire! The HANKOOK Ventus ST RH06, Are Xcellent Tires On My GMC 2011 Denali AWD! At 70 And 80MPH Great Handling! In the Rain @ 65-70MPH, SAFE And SECURE! YOU Change Out High Performance Tires @-3/4 Tread Life Left!
Remember "Rule of Thumb"> SOFT COMPOUND Best Performance Last The Least! HARD COMPOUND Less Performance Last The Longest!
And For Those Who Drive Repeatedly Over the Posted Speed, You Use Up More Of the Rubber On Your Tires! Don't Forget That!!!
ALWAYS Check Your Tire Pressures @ Every 2nd OR 3rd Fill Up! Make It A Habitual Habit! Keep A Note Pad In Your Vehicle And Write Down the Tire Pressures
Front To Back! And Do A COLD Check Every Other Week! And Write It Down!
This Is OLD SCHOOL!