Hey Guys

 

Just a quick question. I have an old Toyota Corolla from 1998 and I wanted to change the tyres. Which ones would you recommend for a car that is more than 20 years old?

 

Some say, the older the car, the more expensive/better tyre we need. Is that true?

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The older the car, the most expensive tyres?

 

I don't think that is really true. It mostly depends on the condition of your car and the suspension.

 

I would recommend going with the original tyres that came with the car when you bought it. If they were approved by the factory, they are good enough for me.

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