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.
The tread wear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the tire evaluated under government-controlled conditions on a test course.
For example, a tire graded 240 would wear twice as fast as a tire with a 480 tread wear rating. Actual tire performance depends on “real’’ conditions and may depart significantly from the standardized test environment. The tread wear rating can be used as a guide, but should not be viewed as an absolute. Manufacturers tread warranties can be viewed as a similar guide.
The traction grade – AA, A, B and C – represents a tire's ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. For comparison a tire with a traction grade of AA has better traction performance than a tire graded C.
Note: The traction grade assigned to each tire is based on straight-ahead braking tests. It does not include acceleration, cornering, resistance to hydroplaning or other peak traction characteristics.
The temperature grades (A – the highest, B and C) represent the tire's resistance to heat when tested under controlled conditions on laboratory test-wheel. Sustained high temperature can create deterioration and reduced tread life. Excessive temperature can lead to sudden tire failure.
All passenger tires must meet the minimum heat resistance standard of a C – Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109. Grades A and B represent higher levels of performance than what the law requires.
Note: Even a superior temperature grade will not prevent damage to or failure of a tire improperly inflated, overloaded or exposed to excessive speed.