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x Reinforced tyres

Every tyre has a load index. This value is determined by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation. Reinforced tyres have higher carriage than standard and can therefore easily meet the requirements of vehicles that bear heavier loads.

x Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres allow you to keep driving after a pressure loss. It is possible to drive with a punctured tyre for around 50 miles at a maximum speed of 50 mph.

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Tick to see all tyres that can be delivered within 48 hours. Standard delivery takes about 5 working days.

Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres Construction of Run Flat tyres

Run flat tyres allow motorists to continue driving after they lose tyre pressure. On average, these products let you travel up to 50 miles, on speeds up to 50 mph (depending on the technology and product). This is due to reinforced sidewalls. In short, this enables drivers to reach the nearest tyre service station without having to change the wheel on the roadside. Consequently, many motorists prefer run flat tyres, as they reduce your reliance on a spare wheel.

Most popular summer Run Flat tyres

  • Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3

    Tyre details: The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 is a state-of-the-art model launched as the successor to the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2. The latter has been famous for many years as one of the best tyres on the market for ...

  • Dunlop SP SportMaxx RT MFS

    Tyre details: The Dunlop SP SportMaxx RT is installed as an original part in the Mercedes C63 AMG and C63 T. The Dunlop SP SportMaxx RT is a tyre designed for demanding drivers, who value outstanding quality and uncompromising ...

  • Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance

    Tyre details:The tyre has achieved the highest "A" rating for grip on wet roads. The Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance meets the expectations of even the most demanding drivers. As you would expect from a summer tyre, the model ...

  • Continental ContiPremiumContact 5

    Tyre details: The Continental ContiPremiumContact 5 is the ideal tyre for drivers who prioritise outstanding quality and optimal performance. This model is suited to a wide range of vehicles and makes normal, everyday driving a ...

  • Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2

    Tyre details: The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 is a premium tyre that offers excellent performance specifications for even the most demanding of drivers. The model is designed for passenger cars, sports cars and sporty models ...

  • Michelin Pilot Super Sport

    Tyre details: The Michelin Pilot Super Sport has been designed for mass-produced sports cars and vehicles tuned for ultra-high performance. Thanks to its innovative design, the model guarantees safety in even the most demanding ...

Best selling winter Run Flat tyres

  • Michelin ALPIN 5

    Tyre details: The Michelin Alpin 5 is the fifth generation of Michelin's famous Alpin winter tyre series. This model is the successor to the Michelin Alpin A4. The aim of this latest version of the "alpine" tyre is to offer ...

  • Nokian WR A4

    Nokian WR A4
    205/55 R16 91 V

    111160 4.6

    £ 83 / 1 piece

    Tyre details: The Nokian WR A4 is a premium-range winter tyre featuring an asymmetric tread pattern. This is the ideal choice for high-power vehicles. The state-of-the-art technology used in this model guarantees an ...

  • Goodyear UG 8 Performance

    Goodyear UltraGrip 8 Performance is a winter tyre designed for the passenger cars with huge engine power. The tyre’s affinity to the premium class ensures the highest quality and performance. Directional tread is arranged in the ...

  • Goodyear UG Performance G1

    Goodyear UG Performance G1 is an entirely new edition, made for mid-range to higher-class cars. This model is an enhanced version of its predecessor. First of all, it provides an even higher level of performance, particularly in ...

  • Nokian WR D4

    Nokian WR D4
    205/55 R16 91 H

    111150 4.5

    £ 83 / 1 piece

    Tyre details: Looking for a reliable winter tyre? The Nokian WR D4 is the successor to the WR D3, a popular tyre amongst Central European and Scandinavian drivers. The new model is a solution designed for city cars, estates and ...

  • Pirelli SnowControl 3

    Pirelli Snowcotrol Serie 3 is a high-performance winter tyre. Thanks to it optimized tread pattern and circle profile Pirelli Snowcotrol Serie 3 provides the user with higher traction capability on snowy surfaces. It achieves ...

Run Flat - meaning and classification

Run Flat tyres have existed since before World War II. They were initially used by military vehicles as a protective feature, in case the tyres were shot through. However, research continued long after the war and the first non-military products were used as original equipment on a Porsche 959. Later, they were fitted to a range of cars, including Chevrolet Corvettes and various BMW models.

When using run flat tyres, they require on-board pressure sensors to inform the driver about any loss of pressure. It may happen that a person keeps on driving for weeks without realising a fault - or tyre damage - has occurred. There are also other ways to modify your car to use these products. These vehicles have a different car suspension system (common with BMW vehicles, which often use softer suspension), as well as changes to the ABS, ESP and other electronic systems. Because of this, it’s best to not use regular car tyres if your vehicle is designed with run-flat products in mind.

Here at Oponeo, we sell cheap run flat tyres that offer a high quality and comfortable driver. However, run flat products should only be fitted at professional stations with the correct equipment. Regular machines can risk damaging the tyre, fitting it incorrectly or causing it to burst.

When in use, run flat tyres offer the highest level of safety, even when at high speeds. This is because a puncture does not cause you to lose control of your car. As such, they are often fitted to premium class cars with powerful engines, capable of reaching motorway speeds with ease. Similarly, sports cars have limited space in the boot and run tyres consequently become an indispensable option. They are also more resistant to mechanical damage, such as hitting a pothole.

However, the drawbacks to run flat tyres includes a higher price and a lower driving comfort, due to their extra stiffness. They also have higher rolling resistance, making them less fuel efficient, as well as being impossible to repair. Yet, despite this, many drivers highly favour these tyres for their added safety.

Depending on who makes the product, there are different markings for run flat tyres. The most common terms are:


DSST, used on Dunlop tyres
EMT, used on Goodyear tyres
HRPS, used on Hankook tyres
PAX and ZP, used on Michelin tyres
RFT, used on Bridgestone tyres
RSC, used on BMW vehicles
SSRF, used on Pirelli tyres
SSR, used on Continental tyres,
TRF, used on Toyo tyres
XRP, used on Kumho tyres
ZPS, used on Yokohama tyres

So if you’re looking for the cheapest and best run flat tyres, browse our range and find the best products for your car!