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An on-highway all-position radial tire recommended for steering applications in long-haul and regional service.

Using the latest technological advancements to achieve increased removal mileage and EPA SmartWay® verified and CARB-compliant fuel efficiency, the Firestone FS591 helps deliver the performance demanded by fleets. This on highway all-position radial tire, designed for the steer position, features an innovative sidewall design that reduces overall weight without sacrificing durability.


  • Ulti-Rib™ design combats the initiation and spread of irregular wear.
  • Continuous shoulder offers long, even wear and reduced rolling resistance.
  • Flow-through design allows for water evacuation to enhance road grip.
  • Stress release sipes fight irregular wear on main ribs by absorbing rib edge stresses in the footprint.
  • Thirsty cross-rib sipes improve traction by slicing through water for a solid grip on wet roads.


  • Less Than Truckload
  • Truckload
  • Specialized Transport
  • Lease ⁄ Rental


Extended Car and Truck Warranties


You have likely spent weeks (if not months) searching for the car or truck that you want to buy. You have finally found your next ride, and you are sitting in the salesman’s office just about to sign on the dotted line when he brings up the subject of an “extended” warranty.

To paraphrase Shakespeare, “To buy or not to buy? That is the question!” It does sound good. You can get an extended warranty that will cover everything from bumper to bumper for six years or 100,000 miles. “That could save some money,” you think; but are you right? Will it really save you any money? You are going to pay for the extended warranty, or you are going to pay for repairs in the event that they are needed.

Paying for the extended warranty is a sure outlay, whereas paying for repairs is not a sure thing. There are a couple of questions that you should ask yourself before you opt for the extended warranty.

1. How long are you going to keep the car or truck? If you plan on driving a new vehicle every three or four years, the original warranty will probably be long enough.

2. Can you make repairs yourself? If you can make many minor repairs yourself, you likely do not need an extended warranty. The original warranty pretty much assures that the vehicle is in good working condition when you buy it, and if everything works when you buy the car, it will most likely continue to work at least until the original warranty expires.

However, if you do decide to opt for the extended warranty, here is a piece of money-saving advice. Don’t take the extended warranty the day you buy the vehicle. You will have a year to opt in, and if you wait eleven and a half months, you’ll get seven years of protection rather than six, because the policy goes into effect when you buy the policy and not when you buy the vehicle.