When I bought new tires for my
jeep the salesman said he would
look up the recommend size for
my vehicle. He suggested and
installed 235/75R15's. Great.
Except I was pulled over for
speeding and got a $125 ticket.
Doing 67 mph in a 55 mph zone.
Help! What can I tell the judge?
You can tell the judge your story, but it is your responsibility to know the accuracy of the speedometer. I would just pay the fine and chalk it up to experience.
Thanks Bob. I kind of figured that was what I would do. I will chalk it up to experience and also when buying new tires I will know what I am buying and the unseen consequences. Thanks for the answer you gave. Really helpful.
The tires did not cause your speedo to be off that much. You have a different problem with the speedometer. Those tires where probably the stock size. If you had 44's on it that would explain the problem but you did not.
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Wrong post Hope2228. My question was about tires. Thank you though for answering. Happy Halloween!
Difference in tires size would be 1MPH between the stock tires of 225/75-15's, F_O_R is right.
Once again thank you for the reply. I looked up on website about the difference if any it would make. It said if speedo read 55 mph with new tires I would actually be traveling 62.7 mph???
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