A new set of all-terrain, or A/T tires are about double the price of a set of all-season tires. The extra cost of all-terrain tires comes with extra longevity, traction, and performance. They can be spotted at a distance on Tucson roads because of the unique rick-rack tread pattern which is engineered to be more effective in mud, gravel, and sand. This aggressive tread pattern features large tread blocks with deep grooves to provide intense traction in off-road driving conditions.
Despite their reputation for toughness, a set of all-terrain tires also provides reasonable noise reduction and comfort. Parked in the driveway, many truck and jeep enthusiasts like all-terrain tires because they have a more aggressive attitude. On Tucson highways, all-terrain tires offer a comfortable ride with only minimal road noise. Off-roading near Tucson, all-terrain tires boast limitless opportunities for fun.
All-terrain tires have never been more affordable. Ask the tire specialists at Ray Scott's Automotive about offsetting the cost of a set of tires with manufacturer rebates. Most name-brand tire manufacturers offer rebates on all-terrain tires. Tire rebates keep the cost of a new set of tires low.
Come by Ray Scott's Automotive at 3261 E 36th St or give us a call at 520-623-9374 and let's talk about saving money on a new set of all-terrain tires with a manufacturer rebate. Our tire specialists are always happy to help.