Discount Tire Used Tires FAQs

Discount Tire has over 900 stores in 28 states. Those of you in California may know the store as “America’s Tire.” Regardless of the name, Discount Tire promises the lowest prices, the most choices, and the best customer service in the industry. But do those choices include buying and selling used tires? We called both Discount Tire’s customer service and several individual locations to uncover the following information for you.

Does Discount Tire Sell Used Tires?

Discount Tire does in fact sell used tires, but availability may be slim. There are no warranties or guarantees on used tires, but safety shouldn’t be a huge concern as the store’s stock doesn’t include anything over three years old, worn tread, or tears. Savings can be significant, but the purchase price will vary depending on the type of tire, the age of the tire, and the tread left.

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Call the Discount Tire store nearest you to find out what its used tire inventory looks like. All locations are normally open 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

If Discount Tire doesn’t have used tires that you need in stock, you’re not out of luck! Used tires aren’t the only option for buying tires on a budget. Check out our article, Top Rent to Own Rims and Tires Places to Consider (No Credit Checks) to learn more.

Does Discount Tire Buy Used Tires?

Discount Tire doesn’t buy used tires, but you may be allowed to trade in your tires for a small credit toward the purchase of new tires. The amount of the credit will be small and the specific amount will depend on the type of tire, age, tread, and similar factors. The store usually won’t accept tires over three years old. No matter the age, the tread should meet certain criteria and there should not be any tears in the tires. Your tires will need to be brought into the store for inspection to determine whether they can be accepted for credit.

Call the Discount Tire store nearest you to discuss your options or make an appointment. All locations are normally open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Just a heads up — Discount Tire does charge a small fee if you leave your old tires with them and they aren’t in good enough shape to be accepted for a trade-in. Interested in selling your tires elsewhere? Doing so helps our environment and puts a little cash in your pocket! Read our article, Used Tire Places near Me? Here’s the List of Where to Sell Used Tires, for more information.

In Summary

While Discount Tire does sell used tires, the stock may be limited. The store’s used tires are said to be safe but you won’t get any warranties or guarantees when you buy them. The store also accepts used tires for a small credit on the purchase of new tires, though they have to be in good condition and no older than three years.

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