PreserveCapital wrote:Tires are something that most of us don't consume fast enough to replace on a "seasonal" basis... If your tread is worn down it doesn't make sense to wait too long for a sale.
In general for the average American they technically can only postpone and not avoid paying the sales/use tax (Source 1, Source 2). That may not necessarily apply to you since you appear to live in Canada.Bylo Selhi wrote:Some online sellers like tirerack.com also have a program under which you can choose a local installer to which tirerack.com will ship your tires. One advantage of this is that you may be able to avoid state sales tax. I recently had a set of 4 Michelins shipped to a tirerack.com-recommended Goodyear tire store south of Buffalo, NY. (Goodyear doesn't sell Michelin tires but their tire stores will install anything that tirerack.com ships to them.) My tires were installed in under an hour. The only sales tax I paid was on the cost of installation. The transaction couldn't have been smoother as was my drive on new tires down to Philly. I'll be doing business with tirerack.com again.
DavidC wrote:That may not necessarily apply to you since you appear to live in Canada.
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