Passenger car tyres
Passenger car tyres are divided into summer, winter and all-season ones. The tread in such tyres can have a symmetrical, asymmetrical or directional pattern. Summer tyres should be used from spring to autumn, when temperatures are above 7°C. Such tyres lose their properties at lower temperatures. Winter tyres should be used in colder weather, as the rubber compound and tread pattern used in these tyres are perfect for winter conditions. Winter tyres also have a larger number of slits and sipes than summer tyres, which ensures good traction on snow. All tread patterns are used in summer tyres, while just 2 patterns are used in winter tyres: asymmetrical and directional. All-season tyres combine features of summer and winter tyres. Such tyres are characterized by good performance throughout the year, regardless of the season and weather conditions. All-season tyres are intended for drivers with a calm driving style who drive approx. 3.5 thousand miles a year. Summer tyres, on the other hand, are appropriate for drivers who drive 3-3.5 miles a year in a dynamic or aggressive style. Manufacturers of tyres for passenger cars still strive after producing a tyre which would be characterized by excellent grip on a wet and dry surface, a short braking distance and high fuel savings with high driving comfort. It is a real challenge to create a tyre which would be characterized by very good grip both on fresh snow, slush and in the rain and which would produce little noise.
passenger car tyres are available in summer, winter and all-season versions. passenger car tyres perform the best from late spring to early autumn on dry and wet road surfaces. passenger car for the winter season ensure safety in all road conditions to be encountered in winter. All-season passenger car are a compromise combination of the performance of summer and winter tyres. Why don’t you to explore our offer for a given season.
We distinguish passenger car, delivery vehicle and 4x4 car tyres. Passenger car tyres are intended for typical passenger cars. 4x4 tyres are products which have been designed for cars with a four-wheel drive (off-road vehicles and sport utility vehicles, i.e. SUVs). Delivery vehicle tyres, on the other hand, are specialized products intended for continuous operation under heavy loads in cars intended for carrying goods and a larger number of people (vans). We present an offer for passenger car/4x4 car/delivery vehicle tyres.
passenger car tyres are manufactured by a majority of a few hundred tyre manufacturers. Models of passenger car tyres are manufactured by both large companies (e.g. Michelin, Continental, Goodyear, Bridgestone and Pirelli) and by smaller independent manufacturers. We distinguish passenger car tyres of the economy, medium and premium classes. We present an offer for passenger car tyres by the most popular manufacturers.
The size of passenger car tyres can be read from a sequence of digits on the side of the tyre, e.g. 205/55 R16. It is necessary to know the size while buying tyres. The first number means the tyre width measured in millimetres between its sides. The second number in the size of a passenger car tyres is the profile height, i.e. the percentage value as compared to the tyre width, e.g. 55 is 55% out of 205, i.e. 112.75 mm. The last number is the rim width in inches, while the “R” symbol informs about the type of the passenger car tyres (R - radial, D – bias).