When it comes to buying tyres we are often given two or three options by the garage each with a different price, these are usually based on a budget tyre and mid-range tyre. These are the two most popular choices for our motorists and many people opt for the budget just to save that few extra pounds. If you look online then you will probably find you are inundated with different makes and prices of a tyre. The tyres usually have ratings for road noise, wet grip/drip grip and fuel economy.
Before committing to any tyre be sure to compare these ratings as often you will find a budget tyre that is the same price as another one but has a lot better ratings.
If you can afford to then it is advisable to fit the best tyres possible for your vehicle. Tyres really can and do make a massive difference in driving and safety. They can shorten stopping distances and make the car handle a lot better than budget tyres.
If you think you will struggle to replace all four tyres for mid-range or prestige tyres then why not do two and then the other two a few months down the line as long as they have enough tread to last you until then.