The average person who drives a car on a regular basis has more than 300 tires on the vehicle, but a new report by Tire Rack shows that the number is actually closer to just 70.
The study, which analyzed nearly 1 million sales of cars, trucks, SUVs, vans, and sport utility vehicles from July 1 to July 1, 2016, found that more than 1.7 million vehicles sold in the U.S. were sold with more than 60 tires.
Of those, just over 775,000 cars, SUVS, and vans had more than 30 tires.
While it’s important to note that these numbers are for vehicles that are sold in large volume and therefore require more than a single tire to fit, the fact that there are so many tires on sale in the United States suggests that there is a huge market for tires that fit properly.
The study also found that a significant percentage of the vehicles that sold in 2016 were the result of the introduction of new tire standards that required automakers to increase tire tread width and tire rotation.
The study found that over 80 percent of the cars, SUV, and truck models in the study were sold without a new tire standard.
As a result, it is unclear if this market will continue to grow as tire prices continue to plummet.
A new tire can cost as little as $5 to $10.
As prices continue their downward trend, there is also the question of whether automakers will continue adding new tires on top of existing ones.
In addition, many companies are also changing their manufacturing processes to accommodate new tires.
This means that it will likely be several years before we see a major overhaul in the industry.