Tires and tires are often the first thing to go when a new car is purchased, but the cost of repairing or replacing them can be huge.
Here’s how much it can cost to fix or replace a tire, according to a new study.
Tire repairs can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $25,000 per tire, depending on the type of damage and how severe the damage is.
For instance, the repair cost for a 3,000-pound tire could be $1.6 million.
That means a tire could cost as much as $25 million to repair, according the study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley.
The study found that repairing a tire can cost between $50,000 and $125,000.
The cost of replacing a tire varies based on how badly it was damaged.
For instance, if the damage was minor, it could cost about $100 to replace a damaged tire.
For a 2,000 pound tire, it might cost $2.5 million to replace.
But the cost is much lower if the tire is seriously damaged, the study found.
For example, a tire that’s not repaired would cost about half of the repair costs of a repaired tire.