Looking for tyres that combine optimum performance with a favourable price? Do you value driving safety and good performance, regardless of the weather? Fulda tyres are the solution for you.
This German brand specialises in the production of tyres for passenger cars, delivery vans and lorries. Fulda is one of the largest tyre companies in the world, belonging to the American company Goodyear. This gives it access to state-of-the-art production technologies, innovative materials and a developed distribution network.
With Fulda tyres, you will be able to travel comfortably around the city, and you won't be put off by long journeys and driving on different surfaces. The application of a special rubber compound and modern tread patterns allows you to reach your destination with no problems, regardless of the existing conditions.
Fulda also values durability, thanks to which you will overcome longer distances on one set of tyres. This brand of tyres is economical, not only because of their long life, but also because of their favourable purchase price. That means you can start driving for a long time, safely, and while saving money at the same time!
The company name comes from the German city Fulda, not far from Frankfurt, where the brand was founded.
Fulda’s first catalogue contained many rubber products, including shoe soles, mats for bottles of mineral water and beer, and rugs. As for tyres? Yes, but theses were initially only for horse carriages and baby buggies.
Fulda tyres have been associated with Maybach luxury cars on two occasions: In the 1930s, they were tested in collaboration with the Maybach brand, and in the 21st century the Carat Exelero model was assembled on the 700-hp Maybach (Exelero) prototype.
The company’s products are manufactured in 13 factories and annual sales for this brand reach approximately 10 million units.
History of the brand
The logo of Fulda tyres
Fulda is a pearl of Baroque architecture in the central part of Germany. It was there, not far from Frankfurt, where at the start of the 20th century Gust Becker and Moritz Hasenclever started a business that several years later would become a leading player in the rubber market in Germany and neighbouring countries. Production began in 1901; the first catalogue contained an assortment of everyday rubber products – shoe soles, washers for mineral water and beer bottles, and floor mats. Fulda’s first tyres were made for children’s prams and horse-drawn carriages.
In the following years the company gradually moved closer to its main destiny – the production of car tyres. Before Fulda produced its first models of automobile tyre in 1906, it had also made tyres for bicycles and motorcycles. At the start of the next decade the bike tyre models called Diadem, Transport and Gebirgsreifen (for mountain bikes) proved even to be a significant commercial success. The firm supplied its customers with ten different types of treads and a one-year guarantee on all its products.
A licence for Continental
In 1915 Fulda launched its first tyres for goods vehicles. The Sembusto model had steel springs, which were a substitute for the elasticity of the rubber in traditional tyres. This line of business developed wonderfully, the ...