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Buy 3 Select Tires, Get the 4th Free Instantly
Buy 3 Tires, Get 4th Tire Free Instantly. Receive a discount equal to the price of a single tire when four tires are added to the cart. Valid on select in stock tires only. Those tires for which discount is available will be identified in search results & product detail pages. All other tires and special order tires are excluded from this offer. Valid when scheduled for installation on PepBoys.com and installation is completed between 12/1/16 through 12/7/16.


Buy 2 Tires, Get 10% Off
Receive 10% off 2 tires on your online purchase. Use promotional code ROLLOUT10 at checkout to receive discount. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers, coupons or rebates. Valid on select in stock tires only. Those tires for which discount is available will be identified in search results & tire detail pages. All other tires, as well as special order tires, are excluded from this offer. Valid if purchased online or installed by 12/7/16.

Buying a full set of tires can get pricey. Luckily, buying two tires at once can keep your wheels going round while saving you money. Before you make your purchase, check out these tips for buying a pair of tires.
Due to road conditions and consistent braking, our tires wind up losing air pressure and tread depth. And for those of us with front-wheel drive, we see our front tires wearing out much faster due to excessive stop-and-go braking and steering.

This guide will help you determine the most important question to ask yourself when buying two new tires—
which pair you should replace first?

Maintaining control on wet roads is far easier when you put new tires on your rear axle. The tread depth of new tires are better
for resisting hydroplaning.

New Tires Mounted on the Front

Worn rear tires have less tread and lower hydroplaning resistance. This can cause you to lose control on wet roads, forcing the rear end of your vehicle to swing out of control.

New Tires Mounted on the Back

The deep tread depth of new rear tires will give you greater hydroplaning resistance and better control over your vehicle.


Rotating your tires as part of your regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance has many benefits. It helps you maintain an even amount of treadwear on all four tires, prolongs the life of your tires, leads to improved gas mileage and makes for a smoother, more comfortable ride. Regularly rotating your tires can also prolong the life of your vehicle’s suspension components by reducing vibrations. Also, many tire manufacturers require regular tire rotations in order to keep the mileage-warranty valid.

A good rule of thumb is to rotate your tires at the same intervals in which you get your oil changed, whether your tires show uneven wear signs or not. While this is a good recommendation, you should always follow the guidelines in your vehicle’s owner manual for timing as well as the best rotation pattern for your vehicle and type of tires.

Ideally, tires should be replaced in complete sets, but if you’re planning on buying just two tires, never forget that the new pair of tires should always be installed on the rear axle and the existing partially worn tires moved to the front axle. Shop tires by vehicle and size today to find your match.

To learn everything there is to know about tires, visit our treadsmart center online for more information.