Don't forget to never mount tires of different dimensions or constructions in the same vehicle, except when indicated by the automaker. It is also not recommended to mix tires of different brands, dimensions, type of construction (radial or conventional) or band designs, as well as new tires with used ones on the same axle of the vehicle.
To close, the eighth tip is to always perform balancing and alignment when replacing tires. It is worth noting that the tires should not rotate if they have a groove depth less than 1.6mm, which can generate a fine. Among the risks are greater possibility of tire overflow, instability on wet tracks and greater occurrence of aquaplaning, increased possibility of skidding, especially in curves, and increased braking distance.
Therefore, always check the depth of the grooves in the wear indicators, the so-called TWI, which appear four to eight times around the tire. This indicator is a rubber bead on the tread that will indicate the exact time for changing the tires.