Classic Muscle Cars Vs. Modern Muscle Cars - Whats the Difference?

Muscle cars are always in vogue, with mint examples commanding prices at auction that would make Donald Trump’s toupee stand on end.

The General consensus is that the first muscle car was the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88. Equipped with a high-compression, 135 horsepower V-8 under the hood.

It wasn’t until the 1960s that muscle cars began to flourish.

Fast forward half a century where muscle cars are still striking fear into minivan driver’s. Although the muscle car attitude has stayed the same, a lot of the technology has changed.

We’ve put together a rundown of the top changes that have taken place between the era of the Beatles and the age of Taylor Swift.

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How Does Buying Tires Online Work

The Internet has changed the tire retail business, just like it’s changed how many people purchase their goods. Some might think that it’s time-consuming, expensive or inconvenient to do their tire shopping online, so they still head down to a chain retailer to get their tires and have them installed. Actually, nothing could be farther from the truth.  The reality is that buying tires online is, well... Simple!

Buying tires online eliminates the middleman and the necessary overhead of paying installers and retail help, or maintaining a brick-and-mortar store, passing the savings along to the buyer. It also gives you the option of doing all your homework beforehand, studying up on consumer guides and reviews to make your choices, then taking away the hassle of being high-pressured by a salesma ...[more]

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SimpleTire Comparison: Hankook Winter i*Pike vs Dunlop Graspic

The Hankook Winter iPike is a great choice for drivers of smaller sedans or crossovers who need an affordable winter tire. The Winter iPike W409’s tread formulation is designed to stay flexible in subfreezing temperatures, with a wider footprint for more positive handling. A dense pattern of sipes at the center of the tread enhance traction in wet, snow and slush, with an innovative V-shaped tread pattern to move water away from the tire’s footprint. The Winter iPike W409 can also be equipped with six rows of studs for extreme conditions (where legal).

The Dunlop Graspic DS-3 is another great choice for cars, minivans and ...[more]

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SimpleTire Roundup: All-Season Tires

For most drivers, all-season tires are exactly what they need, with an internal design, rubber formulation and tread design that maximizes traction and performance in either dry or wet conditions. All-season tires are year-round, without the need to change tires in winter or summer, making them a logical choice for  drivers worldwide. Here are some of our picks for great-performing all-season tires: 

  • Michelin Primacy MXV4 – Michelin’s Primacy MXV4 has a 60,000 mile treadwear warranty and is designed to Michelin’s Green-X standards for low rolling resistance and environmental friendliness. The Primacy MXV4 uses Michelin’s MaxTouch Construction™ design for even weight distribution across the tire footprint ...[more]

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2013 Tire Deals!

Take advantage of all the best tire deals online this Black Friday. SimpleTire offers the largest selection of tires and the lowest prices. From passenger and light truck tires to commercial and ultra-high performance, find it at Buy quality tires at prices that won't hurt your wallet.

Browse our BLACK FRIDAY Specials on Passenger tires and Light Truck tires, or view Most Popular Tires - ALL under $60

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Black Friday Tire Deals

Buy Tires for Cheap - Black Friday Tire Deals

Black Friday is almost here, and that means deals, deals, deals. If you're wondering whether or not to wait until Black Friday to buy tires, we'd suggest that you wait. It's more than the malls and department stores that are participating in crazy deals on the biggest shopping day of the year.

This economy is hard for everyone, and we all want a good deal on new tires. With the winter coming and the holiday season on its way consumers are ready for bargains. Check out our Black Friday tire shopping tips.

Buy Online to Avoid Crowds

Something maybe you hadn't considered, is purchasing your tires online. Just like at the department stores, tire stores have their Black Friday deals online too. Here at, we make it ...[more]

Read More Part of the Google Trusted Stores Program

Simple Tire is proud to announce its addition to the Google Trusted Stores Program- which helps shoppers identify online merchants offering a great shopping experience.

In addition to helping shoppers identify online merchants that offer a great shopping experience, the Google Trusted Store badge gives users background on merchants--whatever their size--including ratings for on-time shipping and customer service.

Simple Tire takes the pain of searching for tire vendors out of the process so you can get a great deal on your tires. Find a tire installer, get reviews of tire brands, and search for tires by vehicle, size, and ratio.

Because the Google Trusted Stores program helps shoppers buy online with confidence, Simple Tire is excited ...[more]

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SimpleTire Comparison: Michelin Alpin PA3 vs. Nokian WRG2

Michelin’s Pilot Alpin PA3 uses their innovative Green-X standard for environmentally-friendly design and low rolling resistance, with Michelin’s sunflower-oil-enriched Helio tread formulation for flexibility in freezing temperatures, traction and handling performance. The Helio tread compound is molded into an asymmetric tread pattern, with a unique pattern of variable-thickness sipes. The sipes at the inboard side of the tread are wider for wet weather, while the outboard sipes are narrow for dry conditions. The Pilot Alpin PA3 is constructed with polyester cord under two steel belts, with more polyamide cord banded around the belts for strength and ride comfort.

The Nokian WRG2 is the third generation of their ...[more]

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Best All-Season Tires for Your SUV

A big reason why SUVs have become so popular is their versatility, especially in cold climates – even if your SUV never leaves the pavement, it’s pretty handy to have that traction when things get snowy. There are plenty of all-season tire options out there for SUVs, but we took the time to pull together some of our favorites for you:

·       Michelin LTX M/S2Michelin’s LTX M/S2 is designed with Michelin’s long-wearing, all-season silica-enhanced tread compound, with Michelin’s MaxTouch construction. The rubber compound is molded into a symmetric tread design with stable independent tread blocks and high-density 3-D Active Sipes for all-season traction. Four wide channels, multiple lateral grooves and open slots at the shoulders help move water away from the tire’s contact patch. Internally, the LTX M/S2 features ...[more]

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Honda Accord Tire Sizes

There are millions of these dependable, economical cars on the road, and the fact that they have been available in so many models and different generations means that their tire sizes are going to differ. Here’s a quick breakdown:



Front Tire Size

Rear Tire Size


Accord Crosstour EX

225/65R17 102T


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