Business Insider/Rene Guerra The economy tire is getting more attention as more and more people ditch conventional tires.
A new study from the U.K. government found that tires with a price tag of between £2,000 and £5,000 can earn the most in terms of efficiency and durability, but that price tag is just the tip of the iceberg.
And that doesn’t include the cost of maintenance.
It also means a tire with a cheaper price tag might not have the best performance, especially if it is used for long-distance driving.
It’s also important to note that a tire’s cost can vary depending on what it is being used for, which can lead to a wide range of performance.
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A tire with an extra £200 can still be worth the investment, while a cheaper £400 tire will earn more efficiency, durability and performance than the same model with an identical price tag.
But for those who are looking to save money on their tire, there are cheaper, more efficient options available.
Read on to find out which tire will outperform its price tag and the best tires for everyday commuting. Read More.