When it comes to safety, maintaining quality tires is one of important things you can do for your car, truck or SUV. If you've been shopping for automotive tires but you're not sure where to buy, you're in luck. Not only will you find the best prices on car and automotive tires for sale at Sam's Club®, but you can also take advantage of the Sam's Club tire experts to make recommendations and install your tires. Quality is king at Sam's Club. That's why our tire experts use state-of-the-art equipment to mount your tires to the manufacturer's specifications. Plus, when you purchase tires at Sam's Club, you'll get members-only perks, like free balance and tire rotation for the life of the tires.
No matter what brand of tires you buy, you're going to love the experience of buying them from Sam's Club. You'll find sets of tires from brands you trust, like Michelin, Goodyear, BF Goodrich and Dunlop. While you're shopping, make sure you stock up on motor oil, and check out the selection of automotive batteries. Consider Sam's Club your one-stop auto shop.
Not sure where to start? You're not alone. Sam's Club created an easy-to-use online Tire Search tool to help you find the perfect set of tires online. Whether you drive a car, truck or SUV, all you need to do is add the year of your vehicle, the make and model of your vehicle and your vehicle's tire size. If you're not sure what your tire size is, there are two simple ways to find it. You can look at the sidewall of your current tires or you can check your vehicle's owner's manual. If you decide to look at the sidewall of your current tires, you might want to take a photo of the numbers you see, and keep the photo handy as a reference. Want to learn more about choosing tires for your vehicle? Check out the Sam's Club Tire Buying Guide.
In addition to your everyday car and automotive tires, Sam's Club has specialty tires for a variety of vehicles and activities. Of the specialty tires, snow tires are the most common. Snow tires, also known as winter tires, will provide better traction in winter weather. If you live in a climate with snow, ice, slush or extremely cold temperatures, consider a set of winter tires for your vehicle. And, while it may be tempting to keep winter tires on all year, it's not a good idea. They'll wear out quickly and compromise your vehicle's performance.