All tires have a stated lifespan. This is an estimate based on normal driving conditions and correct tire pressure. As they say "You're specific mileage will vary"
Most inexpensive tires should last 35,000 to 40,000 miles.
Most performance tires should last 20,000 to 40,000 miles
Some tires can last up to 70,000 miles or more.
How long your tires last depends on how you use them and where you drive with them however they should be able to last as long as comparable new tires.
All tires should be balance checked before being placed on a vehicle. If the tires are not balanced it will cause uneven wear and they will not last as long as they should.
At this rate it will last you ages , till the rest of your life.
If it is a full sized spare it should be the same as your other 4 tires and last just as long as they did.
go to costco and check out the tires. good year makes great tires that last for a long time. your want to go to a trusted store. this should be a fast and easy process.
They are not meant to last. Spare tire means spare use. Highly recommend replacing or tires ASAP.
Depends on how much you drive
Tires can last up to 10 years or more, depending on the type of tires that you get and the tread. If you watch the tread and try to dodge pot holes and keep them rotated and balanced. You wouldn't have to get tires soon.
Goodyear tires are noted for there long life and reliability.
Yes, they are and last a long time.
so they wear even and last longer.
Answer U joints can last one heck of a long time unless you abuse them. Spinning your tires on dry pavement will certainly help to destroy them or spinning your tires on ice then hitting dry pavement will almost certainly end their life cycle. If you want your U joints to last as long or longer than the manufacturer says on the box that they come in, treat them with kindness, don't spin your tires unless you have no choice and you should get a couple of years out of them.
Since there are different types of tires, the average length is between 15,000 and 50,000 miles.
This really depends on how much you drive, what you're driving on, and if you get your tires rotated. Take a look at the warranty that comes with your tires to see how long you're covered for.
Put in properly it may last the life of the tire.
There is no way of saying. It depends on the quality of the tires, how you drive, how you maintain the tires, and the vehicle they are mounted on. If you check the air pressure regularly, drive & stop easy, rotate the tires regularly, you should get 40,000 miles on a set, but there are so many variables as this is just a guess based on averages.
you could ask other people to ride bikes.then after 25 days compare the tires
Goodyear tractor tires can last longer than other brands if they are nitrogen filled. You should also try to keep the tires out of the sun as the UV rays can cause the tires to crack and rot.
Not really. you can get good tires fairly cheap but check on how long they are rated to last.
There is no telling how long a solar panel should last. As long as it is not damaged it should last for years.
It all depends on how you use or abuse your car. The tires have a treadwear rating written on the tire sidewall. Extreme braking will tend to use up front tires, extreme acceleration will tend to use up the rears.
Bias ply tires? They do not last as long and do not provide as much grip
Years and years unless you do mega mileage.
They will usually last around 18,000 - 24,000 miles or so if used mostly on roads.
In my opinion, M8008 ST Radial are the best tires for trailers, as they have a long life. Whichever tire you use, it is very important that you do not overload your trailer or they will not last for long.