When it’s time to put new tires on your Jeep Wrangler, you have tons of options to consider. But that also means that there’s a bunch of information to get through in order to make an informed decision. We’re Jeep lovers like you, so we understand that you don’t want to spend hours pouring through blogs about tire sizes and sidewalls before getting behind the wheel for some exploring.
So we’ve done you a favor and gathered together a few tips to help you pick the right tire for your Jeep. Take a look at the video below or read on to get the low down.
The most important thing to keep in mind when selecting new tires is how you plan to use your Jeep. If you’re planning to stay mostly on paved roads, an all-terrain option might be a good choice. You’ll get better traction, gas mileage and handling on city streets and will be able to power through the occasional snowbank with just a few tweaks. If you’re a hard-core off-roader, larger tires are probably a better option. The wider footprint provides increased traction, which is critical when you’re busting through the mud.