So my truck has 260k miles and I need some new tires. I have always been a believer in getting good tires. However, I fear this next set of tires will outlast my time with the truck. Probably going to get a newer one in 18 months. I used to sell tires (briefly) Firestone whom also sells Primewell. They are okay for the money, but not a lot of technology in them. I called discount tire since I have their card and use the 0% interest and they said they don't sell primewell because they don't meet Discount Tire's Safety policy. He said Discount tests each tire and won't sell ones that don't meet their criteria. Sounds like hogwash to me, but They do sell Luafenn, which are priced the same but made by a different company ( a subsidiary of Hankook I believe) So Laufenn are new and not to many reviews, but I do know primewell. Any info out there between the two? One of the vendors I work with uses them on his company van. He gets a tire budget and is allowed better tires, but he always uses Primewell Valera HT's. (highway tread) Living here in Colorado, he doesn't have much trouble getting around. I know these certainly won't get as good of traction as Discoverers, Transforce, Duelers or Destinations, but, they do ok. Just wondering between these two tires, is it six of one, half dozen the other? What about the salesman's claim of not meeting Discount Tire's "Spec"? Thanks for any insight. Truck is 3/4 ton daily driver, less than 10k per year.