Third set?!? :shock: How many miles do you have on your Insight?!? Everyone here that I have seen is getting around 60K to 70K per set of Bridgestone tires. That would mean that you should have at least around 240K miles on your Insight.donut lady said:This is the third set since the originals
Costco seems to have the most reasonable prices, and sometimes they are on sale.donut lady said:This car goes to Florida in winter so I don't need snow treads. I guess I'll stick with the Potenza's. This is the third set since the originals and have always used them. Just thought I could get the price down a little.
Go to another Costco, or return at a different shift when different employees are working there. Or buy from a real tire store....flymuck said:I just got off the phone with Costco... they said they would need a letter on a dealership's letterhead indicating that it's ok for me to put the larger tires on the car!
Probably a simple typo here but except for some european tyres <g> the Bridgestone RE92 OEM's are the lowest rolling resistance available on this side of the pond (AFAIK).flymuck said:Hi folks, thanks for the replies. I really appreciate it.
So, let's see... good to know that in general the RE92 is not a low rolling resistance tire, so I'll bag that idea... I'm just looking for an all-season tire that is slightly larger (and someone to install them!).