Score! What a wonderful gift.
Off-road tires are a good investment if you plan on doing a lot of driving in rugged terrain, but they also tend to wear out faster than other kinds of tires—and they’re pretty pricey! If you can, it’s best to stick with regular tires unless you’re taking your new 4Runner off roading.
The other thing you’ll want to do is check and make sure you have the appropriate insurance for your new ride—if you’ll be spending a lot of time off the beaten path, then roadside assistance or towing and labor coverage
policy is a smart option to consider! You’ll be able to call for 24/7 assistance to get a tire change, battery jumpstart, or gas fill, among other services no matter where you are.