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Up to 66% Off Clearance Tires/ Save Up to $180 on Select Hankook Tires

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Up to 66% Off Select Tires
Clearance pricing on select in-stock tires only. Prices will show as marked down with a strike through price. Discount eligible tires will be identified on product detail and search result pages. All other tires, fleet and special order tires are excluded from this offer. Event ends 4/30/17.


Save Up to $180 on Hankook Tires
Up to $80 Off Instantly requires purchase of a set of four (4) qualifying Hankook tires with tire installation package (includes balancing, valve stems or TPMS kit) and road hazard warranty. Excludes all special order, warranty and road hazard adjusted tires. Shop supply fee will be an additional charge. State or local taxes and/or surcharges for environmental protection will be an additional charge. PLUS Get Up to $100 back after manufacturer mail-in rebate on an American Express® Reward Card with the purchase of a set of four (4) qualifying Hankook tires. Terms and Restrictions apply. See redemption form for complete offer details. Rebate submissions must be postmarked or submitted online to Hankook on or before June 30, 2017. Excludes Fleet, Commercial and Warranty replacement orders. Offer valid between March 18, 2017 and May 31, 2017.

Typically Unavoidable Performance Trade-offs

When you’re ready for your next set of tires, you’ll also need to be ready to decide on the most important feature you expect from your tires: A smooth, quiet ride? Great grip on hot, dry roads as well as in the wet? Longer tread wear?


All tires have these same characteristics, divided into three sets of trade-offs: Traction v. Treadwear, Handling v. Ride and High-Speed Performance v. Low Rolling Resistance.

Note: Today’s technology, especially in the advanced rubber compounds, does allow for some premium tires to perform well in two opposite attributes at the same time.

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Grip vs. Treadwear
  • Grip: Stop and corner faster in wet conditions or on hot, slick surfaces but expect a shorter tread life.
  • Treadwear: Get long, uniform wear across your tread pattern but a stiffer, less flexible tire with less grip.
More Precise Handling vs. Smooth Ride
  • Handling: Get a stiff sidewall for less tire-flex and more precise cornering but you will feel a firmer ride and hear more road noise.
  • Smooth Ride: Glide down the highway with reduced noise but you will lose some cornering agility.
High Performance vs. Low Rolling Resistance
  • High Performance: Get better grip and stability at higher speeds with an optimized “tread patch” (the tire’s contact area – literally the “patch of ground” that a tire covers at the point where it contacts the road surface) but sacrifice some fuel economy because your engine is being asked to overcome higher tire to road friction.
  • Low Rolling Resistance: Enjoy improved fuel efficiency from a profile and specialized rubber compound designed to reduce friction. There will be a slight loss of stability and cornering at high speeds with a tire designed primarily for fuel efficiency.