I would try to stay away from mixing tires for normal driving. But for racing, I will let the moderator of this forum handle that. A friend of mine has a Neon with 4 different tires on it. A few problems, 1) The car vibrates pertty bad because some tires are performance, others are all season/winter, as well as one is bald and another is brand new. Your tires would wear unevenly depending how you drive and may affect the handling depending if you have, lets say one expensive tire and one cheap tire.
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