Well, the name says it all. Easy Drift DTS tire rings are intended to be used for instructional purposes with police forces across the U.S. Why the police would need to learn how to drift a FWD car, I'll never know. I do know that I would be the happiest officer on the force if these things were a part of my training.
Short of stealing a set of bald tires from the beater down the street, Easy Drift rings are your best bet to having a really good time drifting your little econobox while keeping a full wallet. They do not provide any pricing on their website, but I can guarantee that they will be cheaper than buying a new set of tires every week. No thanks.
And for those of you who really don't want to spend any money at all, but still want to enjoy the benefits of extremely limited rear traction, you can snatch a couple McDonald's cafeteria trays and place them directly under your rear wheels. Then, proceed to engage the parking brake until the rears lock up. There you have it! Free Easy Drift for everyone. Please keep in mind that this would ONLY work in a car equipped with a FWD platform. If you tried this on a RWD car, you would ruin your brakes and a couple of McDonald's trays. And in all honesty, it's kind of a bad idea anyway, so if you do it, make sure you don't tell whoever would get upset at you for participating in dangerous behavior. In fact, don't try it at all. That would be stupid. Just enjoy the videos of these guys instead. Have a nice day.