When you start shopping for car tyres, you’ll quickly find out that there are different tyre categories which are the budget, mid-range & premium tyres. Luckily, it’s not too difficult to sort out what each category or class means for the tyre in question.
Take premium, mid-range & budget tyres, for example. The differences between these tyre classes are primarily in the name, but there are many other elements that separate them from one another.
Even with the benefits and drawbacks made clear on these different tyre categories, it can still be difficult to know which type of tyre will suit you best. You’ll be able to find all types of tyre sizes in the budget, mid-range & premium categories. So how do you go about determining which of the aforementioned tyre types is the best for you?
The answer often comes down to mileage. If you spend a significant amount of time on the road, you’re going to save money and stress with a set of premium tyres. Comparatively, if you do more city driving than you do highway driving, and your mileage is relatively low, then budget or mid-range tyres will serve you well.
Are more expensive tyres worth buying?
So sure, premium tyres will carry you over long miles. But the price tag on many manufacturers’ best tyres can be fairly intimidating. Isn’t it easier to buy several sets of budget or midrange tyres instead of committing to a premium set?
The answer will depend almost entirely on you. If you want to invest in a pair of long-lasting tyres, premium tyres will outlast economy tyres with ease. So too will they make it easier for you to take long road trips and explore the limits of your car.
However, if you don’t think you’re going to be driving much, or if you want to save money in the moment, then budget tyres may suit you better. When shopping, then, consider your circumstances and preferences before committing to a purchase.
Many of the largest tyre manufacturers in the automotive industry produce both budget, midrange and premium tyres. You may call us on 0809854500 to assist you in finding the best set of tyres for your car.