A. Two dry tire sets from two different manufacturers. B. Two different manufacturers on one set of dry tires. C. Two different sizes on one set of dry tires. D. A set of dry tires and a set of wet tires from two different manufacturers.
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Answered Oct 04, 2019
The correct answer to this question is A, Two dry tire sets from two different manufacturers. Generally, tires should not be mixed in a car. Like any rule, it can vary by the manufacturer of the car, as well as the manufacturer of the tire. Along with not mixing tires from different manufacturers, tires with different treads should not be mixed.
This is because traditionally tires all go out at the same time, so tires of different treads may go out at different times. Also, tires of different seasons, like winter or spring, should not be mixed. It is best for four identical tires to be used.