Breaking In Your New Tires

Understanding the Break-In Period for New Tires

New tires require a break-in period of 500 miles for optimum performance. Many new tires are cured with a release lubricant to prevent them from sticking to their mold. The lubricant stays on the surface of the tires, reducing traction until it is worn away. New tires may also respond slower on the road until the treads slightly wear down.

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