Run Flat tyres

Run Flat tyres

Car tyres

Apply

Apply

Apply

Apply

Price range

-
Registration number

The most popular Run On Flat tyre models

Bridgestone Potenza S001
4.2

77 reviews

From 89 £ pcs.
Continental ContiSportContact 5
4.3

199 reviews

From 77 £ pcs.
Radar Dimax R8+
4.4

37 reviews

From 52 £ pcs.

What are run on flat tyres?

The run on flat tyres allow you to drive in the event of pressure loss. You can still drive safelt for an avarege of 50 miles with the speed up to 50 mph.

Run on flat tyres offer the highest level of safety. Puncture, will not make a risk of losing control of the car when driving at high speed. This type of tyre is most often fitted on high-performance cars with powerful engines.

Run Flat tyres

Due to their unique construction, Run on flat tyres are slightly more expensive than standard models and provide a less comfortable ride - they are stiffer and therefore absorb bumps less effectively. The higher tyre weight also increases rolling resistance and fuel consumption. Despite the disadvantages, Run Flat tyres are considered an excellent solution that improves safety and increases driver comfort (no need to change the wheel immediately).

System Run Flat

Their use requires functioning wheel pressure sensors.

The car must be adapted to them: it must have special suspension and properly tuned electronic systems (e.g. ABS, ESP).

The fitting of Run Flat tyres must only take place at professional tyre repair shops with the appropriate equipment.

Run on flat system

Manufacturers have their own solution systems that allow them to qualify for Run Flat technology. They can be divided into three basic groups: reinforced construction, self-sealing and support ring. Despite the differences, the idea behind run-on-flat tyres is the same: they allow you to drive a significant distance safely after a puncture.

With reinforced construction
Goodyear
ROF (RunOnFlat)
Continental
SSR (Self Supporting Runflat)
Bridgestone
RFT (Run Flat Tire)
Dunlop
ROF (RunOnFlat)
Firestone
SSR (Self Supporting Runflat)
Dunlop
RFT (Run Flat Tire)
Continental
XRP (eXtended Run-Flat Performance)
Goodyear
RFT (Run Flat Tire)
Pirelli
SSR (Self Supporting Runflat)
Bridgestone
Driveguard
Firestone
XRP (eXtended Run-Flat Performance)
Self-sealing
Goodyear
Protectis
Continental
ContiSeal
Bridgestone
SWS (Safety Wheel System)
Carrying ring
Dunlop
PAX
Continental
ContiSupportRing
Goodyear
Support Ring (BSR)

Our customers' opinions on Run Flat Tyres tyres:

  • J Mullard 4.4

    Michelin PILOT SPORT 3

    I use a pair of these tyres on the front axle of my remapped 335d and they have been excellent. As it is not essential for me to have branded tyres, they turn out no to be expensive considering the mileage they made. I do sometimes some cornering at quite a speed, and they've always shown excellent grip and have worn evenly. Due to the mileage I do I had to do suspension maintenance a few times and wheel alignment for better handling and even tyre wear. I would recommend everyone to have this done every other year or ideally annually. See more >
  • BMWarek 4.9

    Bridgestone Potenza S001

    I bought these tyres because they are Bridgestones and I knew they would be PREMIUM. I'm totally satisfied, they are perfectly quiet at a speed of 100 mph you can still normally chat in the car. When it comes to fuel consumption they seem to have reduced it by 0.5l per 100 miles. Driving on wet is just fabulous, the car nicely sticks to the road. Made of top quality rubber, they guarantee excellent grip and the suspension doesn't feel to be stiff either. I highly recommend them. See more >
  • Simo76 4.3

    Yokohama C Drive AC 02

    I bought these tyres last season and alternate them with winter tyres. The experience has been overwhelmingly positive. Very good grip on dry, car handling is excellent, car responds to steering very well, this gives a lot of confidence, even while cornering. Comparing to tyres I had before car handling has totally changed. Way better grip, hard to say something more about rolling resistance, I've not noticed any noise level increase or fuel consumption. Highly recommended See more >
  • Andrew. 4.0

    Hankook K107

    Good price and excellent reviews .... but when I put the tires on the car and their balanced and aligned there is now a vibration at about 75 mph. Independent tire fitter re balance and retracted car, ever present problem. BMW alignment checked brake disc and pad wear - no problem. So something wrong with one of the tires. :( See more >

Keep your hands clean
and let the tyre fitters
do the fitting

Find out more