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Hi,

I have a 2008 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S and my tires are showing the Lincoln's head on the penny so I guess it's almost time to change the tires.
My rear tires have a little bit more thread than the front one.

Should I rotate them first? Or should I change all of them?
Overall, I just want a quiet and cheap tires! :yes: Any suggestions?
Speaking of rotating,
how much does a rotation cost?
And each time a car's tires are rotated, does it need alignment?

Thank you very much! :):)
 

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Hi,

I have a 2008 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S and my tires are showing the Lincoln's head on the penny so I guess it's almost time to change the tires.
My rear tires have a little bit more thread than the front one.

Should I rotate them first? Or should I change all of them?
Overall, I just want a quiet and cheap tires! :yes: Any suggestions?
Speaking of rotating,
how much does a rotation cost?
And each time a car's tires are rotated, does it need alignment?

Thank you very much! :):)
The fact that you are asking such questions, I will offer one answer.
http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/home.do

To answer your questions.
- Might as well get all 4 new tires.
- Research from above or other tire websites. Or ask the sales guy.
- Rotation cost? Free. Do it yourself. Free with oil change.
- No, tire rotation does not need an alignment. However, if you are buying new tires, it may be a good time to do an alignment just incase, so you don't wear out new tires prematurely.
 

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try tireeasy.com
 
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