Shop for Tires By Size or Vehicle
Tires are an investment in your safety, security and peace of mind. At Baierl TiresDirect, we want to help you drive confidently by getting you the right tires for your vehicle.
Our tire shop is a full service discount tire center serving all of the Greater Pittsburgh area with locations near Wexford, Cranberry, Mars and Zelienople. Whether you bought your vehicle from a Baierl Automotive dealership or not, we employ a well-trained staff specializing in the sale and installation of passenger car, performance, light truck, or SUV tires. We carry a wide range of tire brands like BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Cooper, Dunlop, Firestone, General, Goodyear, Hankook, Kelly, Michelin, Pirelli Yokohama and many others direct from the factory to you. At the absolute minimum prices with a 30-day Price Match Guarantee.
Use our convenient tire finder tool below to begin your search.
If searching by vehicle, please start by selecting the “Year”, “Make”, “Model”, and “Trim” before selecting “Category” or “Brands.” If searching by tire size, again select the “width”, “Height” and “Rim” size before selecting “Category” or “Brands.”
Not sure about the tire type or size, follow the example tire size below and learn the difference between tire type, tire width, aspect ratio, wheel diameter, load index and speed rating.
Example Tire Size: P225/55R18 97T
TIRE TYPE – Designates the type of vehicle the tire is designed to fit: passenger (P), light truck (LT), temporary spare (T), and special trailers (ST). No letter indicates that the tire is euro-metric.
TIRE WIDTH – Indicates the width or thickness of the tire in millimeters. Measured from the widest point of a tire’s sidewall to the widest point of its inner sidewall. Also known as Section Width. In this case, 225 is the tire width.
ASPECT RATIO – Identifies the relationship between the tire’s sidewall height and the tire’s width. Here, the sidewall height is 55% of the width. A lower ratio means a smaller sidewall height, better cornering, and a rougher ride.
WHEEL DIAMETER – Indicates the diameter of the wheel the tire is designed to fit. In this case, the tire will fit a wheel with an 18-inch diameter.
LOAD INDEX – Refers to the weight a tire can carry at its maximum rate of inflation. The number corresponds to a load capacity found on a load index chart. In this case, 97 corresponds to a load index of 1,609 pounds.
SPEED RATING – Designates the maximum safe speed at which the tire is designed to carry a load under certain conditions. The range of speed ratings is from A (lowest) to Y (highest), with the only exception being that H falls between U and V. Surpassing the lawful speed limit is not recommended.