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Places That Buy Tires Near Me


There are so many places willing to take used tires, both locally and online. You can sell car, truck, motorcycle, ATV, or even tractor tires. There is always someone looking to replace their worn tires. Here are some of the best places where you can sell your tires.




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The size of your tires can also affect the pricing, both on and offline. Bigger tires are rarer (and more expensive to buy new), so you will make a lot more money for big truck tires than you will for the smaller tires that you just had taken off your passenger car. Everything depends on condition and size, but used motorcycle tires, ATV, and tractor tires are able to be sold locally and online. The place who buys used tires near me only deal in car and truck, but there are other places who specialize in other vehicle types.


Legal regulations as far as selling used tires are both strict and maddeningly vague. If you live in the United States, these regulations will typically vary from state to state. The law does state that you are responsible for ensuring that your tires are in safe condition at the time of sale. You are also responsible to be fully honest about any and all damage or repairs that have been done to the tire.


Another thing to check before you decide to sell your tires is whether or not your tires are under recall. You can look up your tire using the DOT number on the US Tire Manufacturers Association website under Tire Recall Lookup. It is illegal (in every US state) to sell tires that are under recall. If you find that your tires have been recalled, the website details next steps to legally dispose of your tires.


This is something to be aware of if you are selling tires online. If you sell tires to someone online and you are not completely forthright about the condition, you are liable for any accidents or damage that the driver may incur while driving on them. You are also legally responsible if you sell tires that are under recall, which is illegal in every US state. This can come with a pretty hefty fine if you get caught.


If you sell your tires to a business, you are legally responsible to make sure that the tires are in safe condition at the time of sale. The business, however is also legally responsible to ensure that they are purchasing a quality product. Once the business has purchased your tires, any legal responsibility of the resale is transferred to the business.


As it turns out, tires are incredibly bad for the environment. The materials and chemicals that make them so durable include heavy metals and toxins that can cause cancer and even genetic mutations. Your exposure to these materials is almost non-existent when the tires are attached to your car.


However, when tires are left in landfills, these harmful materials slowly begin to leach into the environment, poisoning the soil and contaminating the groundwater. Over time, this kind of damage can be caused by just one set of tires from one car. So imagine the kind of damage that is done when the used tires from every vehicle in every nation are piled up and left to disseminate their toxic materials.


If your tires are worn but still driveable or can be made driveable again with repairs, you can sell them locally or online. Local tire shops can also turn a profit by fixing up and selling used tires. Many of these places will buy your used rims as well. Some are willing to pay quite a bit, especially for bigger or rarer tires. However, remember you are legally responsible to ensure your tires are in safe condition at the time of sale. You can be held liable if someone gets into an accident because of damage done to the tires you sold them.


If your tires are no longer driveable, you can still sell take them to a recycling facility. Some facilities may pay you to take them off your hands and dispose of them in an eco-friendly way. That is what I have learned from my experience with the place who buys used tires near me.


You can use its online search to find locations near you and then shop tires based on the year, make and model of your vehicle, by size and by tire brand. It advertises that it offers "brand name tires at the guaranteed lowest price," and continuously runs deals, discounts and rebates on tires. It also offers tire and wheel packages and has a "visualizer," which you can use to see what the particular tire and wheel combination might look like on your car. In order to buy tires from NTB you have to be near a tire store. It doesn't ship to consumers.


When you get your tires installed at an NTB or affiliated service center you get a few warranties and perks. It offers a 30-day ride guarantee that allows you to drive on your new tires for 30 days. If you don't like them, you can trade them for something else (full value). It also offers a Road Hazard Warranty, for an added price, which it doesn't disclose on its site because costs vary based on the tires you purchase.


NTB offers a unique feature in that when you purchase tires from it you get free, lifetime tire rotation at any NTB or TBC retailer. NTB locations only go as far west as Texas, however, and most locations are in the South and Southeast US. It operates in 26 states.


If you aren't sure which tires would work for your vehicle, Discount Tire offers Treadwell, an in-house system that uses data from customers as well as real-world testing data (like that which Tire Rack creates) to help you find the right tires for your needs. You put in your vehicle year, make and model, how many miles you drive per year, and the ZIP code you drive in, and the system gives you a number of suggestions based on your input. You can prioritize handling, stopping distance, the life of the tire, and comfort and noise, and the system will give you a recommended list. Discount Tire offers free ground shipping in the 48 contiguous states.


The site also allows you to make an appointment online to have your new tires installed by a tire expert. Discount Tire offers a handy tire size calculator in case it seems like you can't find the exact size that is currently on your vehicle.


Discount Tire says that if you're not satisfied with your purchase, it will do its best to make it right. If you've bought tires online and they turn out to be wrong, you can return them, but the language in the return policy is a bit strict for Discount Tire Direct. You have to repackage them correctly with the original packaging or you could forfeit your return.


The tire vendor also offers a pretty robust road-hazard warranty, too, for a price. While it offers a pro-rated and free road hazard coverage, it also offers a warranty that extends for three years. It covers road hazard damage for the first three years of tire ownership with its Certificate program that you can opt for when you buy and have tires installed at one of its shops. The prices can range from $10 to as much as $100 per tire, depending on how pricey the tires are.


Costco continuously runs deals on various brands of tires, including its "1 cent" installation deals on specific tires. It also carries a wide variety of tires, including Goodyear, Michelin, Firestone and Bridgestone. One of the big bonuses to buying through Costco is that it offers a five-year road hazard warranty. You also get a suite of free features when you get your tires installed at Costco including free lifetime (of the tire) balancing, rotating, flat repair, air pressure checks and new rubber valves and stems. Costco also offers exchanges if you take your car to a Costco Tire Center. It doesn't do online exchanges and it doesn't offer mobile installation. You have to bring your vehicle to a Costco Tire Center to get your tires installed.


Sam's Club is another big-box, membership-only, warehouse-style retailer that sells and installs tires as well as other goods. It's owned by Walmart and has nearly 600 stores, though not all of them have tire sales and installation. For $45 a year you get access to any Sam's Club in the country. There's also a $100 membership that gets you more perks like cash back and free shipping.


To buy tires at Sam's Club you use its online portal to choose the right tires for your needs. You can select tires based on your vehicle's year, make and model, or search by tire size. Once you choose the right tires, the search shows you where those tires might be available in your local area. If they aren't available you can order them and have them shipped to your local Sam's tire center where you can get them installed. Sam's Club says that once you order tires it will email you within three to five days to let you know when your tires arrive. Then you can schedule an installation appointment. Sam's Club does not offer mobile installation.


Goodyear offers an online tire selector that you can use to choose the right tire for your vehicle. You can search by vehicle, tire size or even your license plate. The system uses your public vehicle record to match your car to the right tire. If it doesn't find the right tire for you, it suggests that you get in touch with one of its local stores. If the system does find the right tire for you, you can filter for the type of tire you're looking for (such as performance, off-road, summer or all season tires), speed and load ratings, and rebate offers. Most of the rebate offers at the time of this writing include signing up for a credit card.


The company is slightly larger than Goodyear in that it has more than 2,200 stores across the country. Both Bridgestone and Firestone offer an online tire selector to help you find the right tires for your vehicle. You can shop by vehicle type, tire size, tire type or brand on both sites. You can also shop via special offers. Once you've chosen your tires, the site directs you to find those tires locally and set up an appointment with the shop you choose. When you choose this option, you'll notice that places like Costco show up as locations for installation (more on that below). While Bridgestone offers mobile installation (at no extra charge) in only one place in the country (Nashville), Firestone does not offer mobile installation through its site. You have to take your vehicle to one of its installers. 041b061a72


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