What are the best tyres for my car?
When it comes to choosing the right car tyre for your vehicle, there are many things you must consider. Aside from summer, winter or all-season products, there are also different tyre tread patterns. This includes asymmetric tyres, symmetric tyres and even directional tyres. All of these have their own unique properties, greatly influencing your driving experience.
Summer tyres, for example, should be used between spring and autumn, when the temperature is above 7°C. When the temperature is lower, the effectiveness of these tyres is reduced, which is why it is better to fit winter tyres through the colder season. These have a unique rubber compound to cope with the cold, as well as tread patterns to ensure safety and grip in wet conditions. Winter tyres have more grooves and sipes, to help combat snow and aquaplaning.
All season tyres, on the other hand, feature qualities from both winter and summer products. These tyres are usable throughout the year, regardless of the weather. These are best used by motorists who are calmer behind the wheel and who travel at least 3,700 miles a year. Summer products, however, would be more suitable for faster, more dynamic drivers who do less than this per year. If you feel you belong to neither of the two, you may need to determine your driving style - it will let you choose the best tyres to support how you drive.
Of course, regardless of which type of tyre you choose, all manufacturers strive to produce tyres with excellent grip in both dry and wet conditions, as well as providing an effective braking distance, fuel economy and driving comfort.
When browsing through the collection of Oponeo tyres, you can find various products with reasonable prices. We offer a wide range of economic and cheap car tyres, as well as medium and premium class products, ensuring there is a perfect choice for every UK driver. Check out the size of the tyres you need for your vehicle, place your order today and have your tyres fitted in one of our fitting centres.