Western PA is known for potholes and rough roads, which I've attributed to the increased wear, plus its usage as a family vehicle, with lots of stop and go trips (and hills). Just have never had a vehicle that runs through tires like this.Michelins also have the softest sidewalls from what I have heard, that could be good or bad. I got 70k miles out of Dextero 2 tires on a Cherokee only rotated them once and only balance was beads. So much for you get what you pay for.
I agree with the above post about the load rating but would like to add that your individual driving style/habits will also have a great impact on the longevity of your tires. As will the roads you drive on. Is the road surface rough like tar and gravel or does it have the “traction grooves” in the surface? Are there lots of potholes that even if small can over time wear on a tire.
I don’t know who makes the best tires,,,I have not tried them all yet.
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