When a tire can be a big deal: $9,800 tires can be big deals in a city that has seen a surge in demand

The cost of new tires is expected to climb $2,500 in 2019 from $1,500 the previous year, according to a new report from Tire Capital.

The company’s annual report, released Wednesday, shows that the average price of new tire products sold in the U.S. jumped by more than 25% in the year ended Sept. 30, 2019.

“The increase in the cost of tires was the result of the new technology that came out of the tire manufacturing industry in the last two years,” said Mark C. Schmid, president and chief executive officer of Tire Capital, a tire pricing information provider.

Tire Capital’s annual data shows the average new tire cost rose by more then $2.3 million in 2019.

The average price per tire rose by almost $2 million.

New tires can cost as much as $9.1,000 for a 30-inch tire.

That’s up from $8,500 two years ago.

This is not the first time tire prices have spiked in recent years.

Last year, the average tire cost climbed by nearly 40% from the year before.

In 2018, the number of tires sold in a given year reached a record high.

Tire prices have been on a tear lately, with more than a quarter of the world’s tires sold last year coming from China.

China has a growing middle class, which means more demand for tires.

But some experts say the surge in the demand for high-quality tires from China is making some tires too expensive for the market.

Tires have become a big problem for cities in recent months, as the country has seen an explosion in demand for urban living.

Tires are used in homes, cars and factories, and can also be used in public transportation.

People who are using their tires in public can be fined by the city, or have their vehicle towed.

A vehicle owner who is ticketed can get a refund, but the city has been cracking down on people who use their tires on private property, according of the company’s report.

Treadmill prices are expected to remain steady at $2 per kilogram in 2019, up from a year ago.

That will come at a cost for drivers.

The price of a new tire has more than doubled in the past year, to about $9 per kilo.

The increase is a reflection of the increased use of electric vehicles in the automobile industry.

In 2019, the median price of the brand new tires sold was $949.

That was up from just $845 two years earlier.