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Typically new tires reduce road noise. It can also greatly depend on what type of tire you purchased. Head to and search for the tire you purchased and see if the reviewers attribute it to added road noise.

The installer also could have incorrectly balanced them, which could also add to noise and should be corrected as promptly as possible.

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