Tire Prices

Special Pricing For Large Orders

Bulk Pricing

We ship in 20ft and 40ft containers. Prices are for orders with 200 tires and over. Prices below are **starting prices.**

Truck Tires

$ 97 / Per tire
  • When it comes to commercial truck tires, the size and specifications matter.

Car Tires

$ 31 / Per tire
  • Most car tires fall into three main types: all-season, summer, and winter.
  • People often choose a direct replacement tire.
  • Our car tires deliver a good, well-rounded performance

Used Tires

$ 9 / Per tire
  • Tire tread depth of 4mm to 8mm
  • No crack, chip or cut sidewall
  • Solid tire structure integrity
  • Even tire treadwear

Equipment Tires

$ 60 / Per tire
  • Trailer tires are engineered to prevent fishtailing and to dissipate heat.


What tire fits my vehicle?

If you are unsure what size is installed on your vehicle, please confirm the size as listed on the tire sidewall before placing your order.

What is my vehicle's load rating?

The load range (or load index) on a tire’s sidewall helps identify its strength and ability to contain air pressure.

Load ranges are identified in ascending alphabetical order for light truck/SUV tires (the further along the letter is in the alphabet, the stronger the tire and the greater amount of air pressure it can withstand and load it can carry).

What is the proper air pressure for my tires?

Proper tire air pressure is determined by the vehicle manufacturers and is set to best fine-tune a tire’s capabilities to their specific vehicle make and model.

The vehicle manufacturer’s pressure recommendation can be found on the vehicle’s tire information placard label, as well as in the vehicle owner’s manual.

Why can't I use run-flat tires without a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)?

Because run-flat tires are so good at masking the traditional loss-of-air symptoms that accompany a flat tire, they require a tire pressure monitoring system to alert the driver that they have lost air pressure.

Without such a system, the driver (even an experienced driver) may not notice underinflation and may inadvertently cause additional tire damage by failing to inflate or repair the tire at the first opportunity.

What does speed rating mean and what is correct for my vehicle?

Speed ratings were established to match the speed capability of tires with the top speed capability of the vehicles to which they are applied.

When are winter tires no longer appropriate for the next season?

Check your tires’ tread depths. When a winter / snow tire has worn to about 6/32″, it’s ability to provide beneficial snow traction will start to diminish.

While still legal at 2/32″, a winter / snow tire has worn well past the depth where it provides beneficial snow traction..