I drive the NJ turnpike from the Delaware bridge to Piscataway 8 times a month. I've been fortunate so far. But, turnpike isn't bad. I295 and the GSP are a whole different story. That gas tax was supposed to pay for renovations to those roads.I have had to replace 3 tires in 4 months that I have owned my new 2019 Mazda 3 preferred model, and all on the driver front. All of it happened on New Jersey major highways with one time we know we hit a pothole. Perhaps the Toyo tires that come from Mazda or the profile size are a bad selection. I like the car but I just don't see how I can spend over $200 and 4-8 hours every month. I have owned and driven many different cars over 40 years on the same roads and never had a blowout. The dealers advise me that I can not use non-low-profile tires, even with RIM change, so I don't know what to do, except to get rid of the car. I am never buying a Mazda or any other car with low profile tire again.
Anyone have similar issue or any advice?