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ray2i am used to test driving a lot of products. when it came to buying a car i test drove a few ten's before i decided on one. so far i have had goodyear tires on my honda civic and michelin's on my accord. my michelin lasted twice as long as my goodyear. it's wet traction was twice as better and also much better traction at high speeds ( it was V rated.) since i have not tested any other tires i was to ask is worth spending twice as much for a michelin (all season v rating) but also i do not want a less performance. (my michelin set of four on accord is $640). equivalent goodyear is $330. i hear about toyo, yokohama, bridgestone potenza and other's is there a way a dealer would let u drive on them for 10-15 miles and remove and re-install old drives if it's not upto satisfaction w/o charge??

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