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I faced a similar issue about a year ago - a fender bender tore one tire.

In my case, I've got a front wheel drive car, so the front wears much faster than the rears. I'm using an oddball tire rotation scheme to keep that newer tire on the front of the car until it wears down to match the rest of the set.

Something like that might work for you, if one end of the car wears differently from the other.

--Peter
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