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All terrain tires are the best choice for people that spend half of their driving time on paved streets and the other half off-road. That’s why the most suitable vehicle for such activities — SUV — comes factory equipped with all terrain tires. Let’s dive deeper into the pros and cons and see if it makes sense to buy used all-terrain tires.
Main characteristics of new or used all-terrain tires
Open tread design
Increased noise on the road
Shorter tread life
More likely to cup
Increased fuel consumption
If you want to learn more about each of these characteristics, we covered them all in this article.
All terrain tires load index
All terrain tires usually suit light trucks, pickup trucks, SUVs, campers and 4-wheel drive cars. These vehicles can carry more weight than, let’s say, regular sedans. The load index is a number that shows the maximum weight that a tire can support (when properly inflated). Since SUVs and pickup trucks are heavy vehicles by their nature and are often used to carry heavy things, the all-terrain tires used for them have higher than average load indexes.
Used all-terrain tires we currently have in stock have load indexes ranging from 110 (2,337 lbs per tire) to 126 (3,748 lbs per tire).
All terrain tires speed index
Speed rating indicates the maximum speed that the tire is made for, at the maximum weight shown by the load index. All-terrain tires work just fine on the streets and highways, but they are definitely not designed for racing and very high speeds.
Most of the used all terrain tires we have in stock at the moment have speed indexes of R (106 mph max), S (112 mph max) and T (118 mph max).
Who makes the best all terrain tires?
All-terrain tires are very popular on the market, and almost each brand has AT tires in its catalog. The most demanded brands of used all terrain tires by UTires customers are:
A lot of people consider the name of the brand Trailfinder a tire model by a popular manufacturer, like Goodyear or Bridgestone. But Trailfinder is actually a manufacturer of tires itself and it produces affordable tires. At Utires.com you can find a few models of used all terrain tires by this brand, for example Trailfinder All-terrain. Prices range from $47,99 to $129,99 and treads range from 7/32” to 13/32”.
What are the cheapest used all terrain tires?
Prices for used all-terrain tires can range between $40 and $400 per piece, depending on the brand, model, size, and tread left. But the majority of our used all-terrain tires would cost you under $200. Some of the cheapest models you can find on utires.com are:
You can buy used tires from local stores, supermarkets or online marketplaces, but most likely the biggest variety of products at affordable prices can be found at a reputable online store that specializes in used tires.
At Utires.com, for example, you wil only find Grade A models — tires with none or minor repairs. Each of our used tires is carefully inspected — both automatically and manually. We guarantee their quality and safety for driving. Market prices for the presented models are carefully analyzed every day, compared with the competitors, and lowered in order to provide the best offers to UTires.com customers.
What to look for when buying used all terrain tires?
When buying a used tire from a random shop or person, you need to look out for things like:
Date of manufacture
Punctures in the tire
Purchasing used tires from a big online store, you don’t need to worry about all of these aspects, as the tires are already inspected and safe. The only aspects you need to check out are:
Brand / model
Used all-terrain tires we currently have in stock have treads left ranging from 4/32” to 23/32”. These numbers show the tread measured in 32nds of an inch, and the higher the number the more you will be able to drive with that tire. And we also have some models that were only driven once! Plus free shipping with every order.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you use all-terrain tires in winter?
Yes. If the temperatures are not very low and the roads are relatively clean, then you can use all terrain tires. But once the temperature drops below 44 °F and the snow gets heavy, you will need to switch to winter tires.
All-terrain, mud terrain or rugged terrain tires? Which are the best?
This really depends on the roads you are planning to drive on. For tough off-road conditions mud-terrain, tires are best, and for a wide variety of surfaces all-terrain tires are great. Rugged terrain tires are a new breed that are trying to be good on all road conditions, offering great off-road capabilities while not sacrificing comfort on the road. We covered them on this page.
Are all terrain tires good for highway driving?
Yes, they are, as long as the weather conditions are not too extreme. They are not suited for heavy snow or extreme heat, but if you live in an area with moderate weather, then all-terrain tires will work just fine, including for highway driving.
In making the right choice?
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