Always put two new tires on the rear

Where Do You Put Two New Tires? Front or Rear?

When you only need two tires, you’d think they would go on the front of a front-wheel-drive, but it’s the opposite.

That’s because when the rear tires on a front-wheel-drive lose grip, it’s almost impossible to keep control. 

It’s one of the Ten Commandments of Being in the Tire Business – We all agree, when you only need two new tires, put them on the rear axle of your car, van, SUV, or light truck.

Watch Michelin demonstrate this on a wet test-track with a front-wheel-drive –

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