Vivian, stick with tirerack.com to make your decision. It is the best research tool out there. SInce you are looking for an all season tire, you can also refine your request by telling us if budget is a factor. Reason being: there are a ton of outstanding on-line tire sellers. There also are a ton of lower priced tires out there such as Ironman tires made by the Hercules division of Cooper Tire. Mastercraft tires, another budget tire made by Cooper Tires, are also available through Walmart.com and are a decent product that can be shipped to your local Walmart and installed inexpensively. If budget is a consideration, recommending a $150 tire to you is a waste of everyone's time. It takes a lot of time to research all the "never heard of them before" brands that are made by reputable companies, and a lot more time to determine which low cost tires are made from Chinese junk rubber and to be avoided. But for all of us doing research, tirerack.com is the industry torch bearer and their on-line tools will lead you to a sound decision.
If on line tire buying or Walmart are not your thing, then should your "city" have a Costco or Sam's or BJs, consider joining that club just for the pleasure of getting a great deal on quality tires that will be rotated and balanced for as long as you own those tires.
Live it up: There will be plenty of time to be old when you die.
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