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No one makes tires like MICHELIN®. That’s because MICHELIN® recognizes that you need it all
from your tires — safety, a comfortable ride, fuel efficiency, grip and control, toughness, and more.
Safe, everyday driving demands it. Many of those performances naturally compete, and increasing one tends to
decrease another. That’s not acceptable at MICHELIN®.
It’s why we put more science into our tires, minimizing the trade-offs and maximizing performance. So
you can get the signature performance you want most without giving up the others in the process.
That’s MICHELIN® Total Performance™. And it’s why you’ll see the same technology
that helps us win the most grueling endurance races make its way into our street tires.
Shop MICHELIN® tires with us today.
We want you to be 100% satisfied with your MICHELIN® passenger or light truck replacement tires so they
are backed by the MICHELIN® Promise Plan™.
1. Certain conditions and limitations apply. See the MICHELIN® Owner's Manual for complete description
2. Original Equipment tires are excluded.
3. Excludes DOT–approved competition tires (e.g., MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup tires). Mileage
warranties vary by tire line. See your tire retailer or click here for more details on specific mileage
warranties, including those for split fitments.
Get the proven tread design of the best-selling MICHELIN® LTX® M/S2 with EverTread™
compound to provide durable treadlife, no matter the season.
¹ Based on resistance to gravel and severe wear testing compared to the
MICHELIN® LTX® M/S2.
Even when half-worn, the MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tire still stops shorter on wet
roads than leading competitors’ brand-new tires.²
¹ Safe refers to wet braking, wet handling and hydroplaning resistance when tires are new and worn to
² All tires eventually wear out and should be replaced. Half-worn Premier® tires are safe because
of EverGrip™ Technology, which combines an evolving tread design with a
high-traction compound for enhanced stopping capabilities. Based on internal wet braking tests from 50 MPH
vs. Goodyear® Assurance® CS TripleTred™ All-Season and Continental CrossContact™ LX20
tires in size 255/55R18 109H; using the MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tire in size 255/55R18 109H
buffed to 5/32" of tread. Actual on-road results may vary.
Way back in April 1921, a group of tire dealers met at the old Automobile Club of America on West 54th Street and founded our association pledged, "To do business on the square." J.R. Benedict of the Hewitt Rubber Company, a tire manufacturer, called the initial meeting. Jerome T. Shaw of Tires magazine assisted in arranging the first meeting. In 1934, the association held its largest meetings and took an outstanding part in problems as they related to the independent tire dealer. It was at this time the name was changed to Greater New York Tire & Battery Association. In June 1937, the association entered into a contract with Charles F. Root under which Mr. Root assumed the general management of the organization.
For many years, no apparent need for a local organization seemed to exist and the only function held was the annual dinner dance. In 1969, Bert Schwarz asked Fred Dresdale, a past president of the National Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association and a member of our local organization, to take the presidency. Under Fred's guidance, along with the help of men like Al Hansel, Dan Chiswick, Harry Jaffess, Steve German, Frank L. Cohen and Herb King, the organization was revitalized. The name was changed again to the Greater New York Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association. In 1989, the Officers and Board of Directors enacted a new set of by-laws to encompass the entire state of New York. Hence, the new name of the organization, the New York Tire Dealers Association. So if you need tires in New York, check out some of our members today!
Phone: (631) 789-9505
Address: 258 Broadway
Amityville, NY 11701