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Wheels.26

Buying new car

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{Wheels.26.154}: Bianca R. {lily1} Sun, 18 Nov 2018 22:55:41 CST (11 lines)

No, don't take.possession sight-unseen.  Take it for a test drive
before signing paperwork.  The dealer should be able to tell you
exactly what tires come on it.  Then look them up on Tirerack or
someplace similar and see what the reviews say.  Probably they will be
fine.  Likely will be all-weather.  If you want to buy dedicated snow
tires for winter, that's on you.

How long is the Ford warranty on new cars?  You are right that Ford
itself won't have a warranty on the tires, but the tire manufacturer
itself will cover them.  You should receive a copy of that warranty
with all the paperwork when you get the car.

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