The use of high-quality tires and low-quality tires in the same car could damage the vehicle and put passengers at serious risk.
The danger lies in the negative impact on the balance of the vehicle while driving in different climatic conditions.
Jonathan Benson, an expert in car safety issues, conducted a practical test on a race track with the help of a BMW M2, the test had three parts; the first part took place with the use of tires of different brands of high quality, and the result was that the car got out of control even under driving at low speeds.
The second part involved the use of high-quality tires in the front axles and mid- quality tires in the rear axles. At this part, the driver needed more time to pass the track, he also had the car out of control.
The third and final part of the experiment was the use of high-quality front axles with poor tires in the rear axles, and the driver completely failed to control the car on more than one occasion.