What is the Cost of an AutoSock For My Vehicle?
One of the things that most people want to know when buying something is how much it will cost them. We are looking at AutoSocks in this case. The quick answer to the question is between $74.95 and $99.95 for non-commercial vehicles. If you are a commercial vehicle then you will spend $199.95 on this site. The next question is, "which price is applicable to my vehicle?" The best way to figure this out is to figure out what your tire size is or to know what your tire size is beforehand. If you do not know your tire size then you just need to put in your vehicle's specs in into Google and write something to the effect of, "what is the tire size for a 2011 Subaru Forester?" or some other vehicle. Once you have that figured out then can click this link and find out what AutoSock you need.
Why do you not build a system where I can just input my vehicle type and my year and it spits out an AutoSock size I need?
The truth is that it is an idea that has been talked about here, however, the logistics of building that system is quite staggering. If we take the previous example vehicle, the 2011 Subaru Forester, for example then you do not just have a year but options in that line of vehicles which can potentially change what tire size you need. For example, there is an X edition and an X Limited edition. There are two different tires for those two vehicles. It does not seem that bad but when you take in account the number of vehicles on the road, the ones that have been built in the past, their options, and so forth then you realize how big of a task that is to build. You would not even be building it for one year but nearly every year, model, and edition of the vehicle on the market or has even been on the market. it could be done but it would be very difficult for a small team to field. Therefore, since you know your vehicle better than we do, then it would be easier for you to find your tire size than have to wait for us to build the system because it could literally take years to build if no database exists that is accessible to third parties such as us.
Can you give me a general idea of what I'm going to spend?
If your vehicle is not a smaller than usual vehicles such as a Smart Car or a Chevrolet Spark then you can reasonably expect to spend around $99.95. Vehicles with smaller wheels can expect to spend around $74.95 and commercial vehicles can count on spending $199.95.
If you know which AutoSock you need then you can click here and find the appropriate AutoSock for your vehicle. If you know your tire size but not the AutoSock you need then you can click here and find the AutoSock you need based on your tire size.