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We can ship any car or truck tires from our inventory to the Chicago area. We don’t charge for shipping or handling on orders placed through our website or via phone. We do accept returns as per our return policy, however, the buyer would be responsible for return shipping costs.

Do you need help finding out what tire size your vehicle needs? You can find all of the information that you need on the sidewall of your tire. For help in reading your sidewall markings, check the following page: What size are my tires?

Changing a car tire at Smith’s Auto Service in Chicago - circa 1933
Changing a car tire at Smith’s Auto Service in Chicago - circa 1933

Does the City of Chicago have a tread depth requirement?

The minimum tread depth for a car tire in Chicago is 2/32 of an inch. This is set by the State of Illinois. It is illegal to sell a car tire that has less than 3/32 of an inch here. Motorcycles and trucksters have different requirements.

How should I dispose of my old used tires?

The City of Chicago does not provide any free drop-off or pick-up recycling service. There are several private companies that can recycle your tires for you and you can expect to pay $2-$3 per tire when you drop them off. There are also pick-up disposal services that will cost slightly more.

Should I buy snow tires if I live in Chicago?

Yes, the magic temperature number that determines this is between 45 degrees and 50 degrees. Below 45 degrees, your summer tires lose performance. Above 50 degrees, your winter tires lose performance. Since the avg. winter temperatures in Chicago are consistently below 45 degrees for most of the season, winter tires are absolutely going to be your safest choice. You should change your tires around the time that the temperatures drop below 45 degrees in the fall. In the spring, you should put your summer tires back on around the time that the avg. temperatures rise above 50 degrees.

What’s the easiest way to find tires online that are the right type for my car/truck?

We have made this easy for you with the new design of our website. You can search by tire brand, search by tire size, or simply just select the Make and Model of your vehicle from the search wizard on our homepage.

Need Help? We want you to be safe on the road and it all starts with the tires. Don’t hesitate to give us a call with any questions that you might have, or simply to ask for help in deciding which tires are right for your car.

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