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Consumer Reports recently put the rubber to the road at our test track

Low rolling resistance tires promise to save fuel by requiring less power to move. To take measure of the benefits, Consumer Reports teamed with the University of Michigan months ago to analyze our rolling resistance data to calculate potential savings, determined to be about $78 a year over a conventional tire

When buying a used car, there are myriad factors to consider, but don’t lose sight of the dangers of worn rubber meeting the road. Consider the overall condition of both the vehicle and its tires. Tires can tell you a lot about how well the car was maintained and driven.