Looking for some guidance here.
I have a 2014 Toyota Corolla with 17-in Alloy Wheels with a tire size P215/45R17. This was the first year from the research I have done that Toyota put P215/45R17 on a Corolla sport, historically they used P205/55R16.
I have 106,000 miles on my 2014 and plan to run it into ground. However, I find myself on the side of the road with a flat Goodyear Eagle/ Goodyear Assurance All-Seasons like I have an incentive to do so. Have bought 2 sets of 4, with and about 6 flat tires over that time span. Living in North East Ohio flat tires aren’t the most uncommon thing but it seems a little absurd.
Here is my question:
Do I need to stop buying Goodyear tires? Or is it a deeper issue with the durability of the tires that are made to fit this first years use of the 17 Inch alloy wheels? I currently have a bent wheel and am going to replace it, would there be any benefit in replacing all 4 wheels with something that fits a more forgiving tire size?
Appreciate any opinions or guidance here.