1)Always check how roughly do you drive and in what conditions do you drive. Tyres are designed to meet the specific driving conditions like the Thar deserts of India, the Himalyan terrains, the Deccan plains etc., hence always prefer tyres that can meet with different driving conditions.
2)Always check which tyre type your car is currently equipped with. It is generally advisable to equip those tyres brands that have been fitted by the company at the time of purchase. All the details of tyre dimensions are printed by the company on tyres. The actual tyre dimensions are printed as “245/70 R16”.
3)Never be in hurry while you are purchasing the tyres. The prices of tyres might vary from tyre dealer to dealer. Therefore, spare your time to check the costs of tyres through different outlets. Through internet shopping as well you can avail the maximum discounts on the tyres purchase. People in India generally hesitate to shop through internet, but this is mode through which you can claim maximum rebates and discounts on the tyre purchase.
4) If you have purchased the cars from some other sources, get the car fitting done from some the tyre installation centres, as they have machinery and equipments to adjust the tyres in a proper manner. There are many tyre fitting centres by the authorized car tyre makers like CEAT, BRIDGESTONE, MRF etc, who charge extra cost to equip the other manufacturers’ tyres.
5)All the tyres of the cars should be changed at the similar intervals as it maintains similar traction and gripping of the wheels, thereby providing the vehicle a better stability.