I looked at what others said about the Michelin Latitude Tour. The first reviews were saying they were getting 100,000 miles (on a 65,000 mile tire). I found that unbelievable. I do like the tires and have not had an issues with hydroplaning, snow in northern Illinois. They have been quiet as well. So I measured the tread depth on my tires at 54, 276 miles. I checked each tire in four places, checking each main grove channel. I added the readings up and averaged them all. I had .153" average tread depth left. At this wear rate, I can also hit 100,000 miles. This is unusual for tires! I'm sticking with these when they wear out.
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