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The tires that belong on my car are p195/70r14 but

The tires that belong on my 01 accord are p195/70r14 but i have brand new tires from my old 93 accord that are 195/60r15 would i be able to use them on my new car?

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They may well fit ... whether you should use them or not is a different issue. Everything is based on the tire size ... fuel economy - speed indicators - how your car handles in everyday and emergency situations - how it sits at the curb, stops, starts, climbs hills ... much more.

There is a school of thought that says tires have a practical, useful, safe, life of about 5 years <> whether they are on the car on in the garage on the shelf. Old tires will not perform well ... for the relative little that tires cost in comparison to what you depend upon (safety of you and your family) get new tires in the load range and size that Honda recommends for your 2001 Accord.

Thanks for your interest in

Posted on May 02, 2010

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