Cargo tyres

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The most popular van tyres

Michelin Agilis Alpin

43 reviews

From 195 £ pc.
Continental VanContact Winter

3 reviews

From 123 £ pc.

Choosing van tyres

Tires for vans and buses are subject to greater loads and more intensive use than passenger cars. Therefore, they should be matched with reinforced tires, i.e. tires with a higher load index.

Reinforced van tires are identified by one of three symbols: XL, C and LT.

XL Extra Load Indicates that it is adapted to higher loads
C Commercial
(Reinforced tyres)
Indicates load index higher than XL
LT Light Truck This symbol is used mainly in the USA, indicating its intended use for delivery and 4x4 passenger vehicles

Cargo tyres are dedicated to small vans, with a load capacity of up to 3.5T. These tyres are marked with a ‘C’ and have two load indexes, the first rating for a twin-wheel axle, the second for a single axle. Despite having similar sizing to some passenger cars, you should never be tempted to swap from one type to another - cargo tyres are more durable and have stronger sidewalls, which gives them excellent loading capacity at the cost of performance (speed and grip) – these tyres are designed to be hard wearing. Perhaps a little-known fact about these tyres is that road noise has been greatly reduced over standard car tyres, all in a bid to make the life of a commercial driver just that little better. Despite having a stiffer carcass, cargo tyres are designed to allow some flexibility over bumpy roads; this results in a smoother ride for the driver (and any goods being transported) and hence contributes to road safety. Manufacturers have been able to do this thanks to tyre technology and modern compounds to ensure a good driving experience.

Our customers van tyres reviews:

  • Grzegorz 4.2

    Kormoran VANPRO WINTER

    Good driving characteristics, stable on wet and icy surfaces. It manages on snow and slush. The perfect tire for the city and for small runs (up to 15,000 km per year). Practically unrivaled, after covering 10,000 km minimal tread wear, no damage. On previous Nokians, the car consumed about half a liter less fuel, but the price compensates for this difference. With larger mileages, it is worth investing in more economical Nokiany. A very successful purchase. RECOMMEND! See more >
  • Marcin Szczodry 5.0

    Michelin Agilis Alpin

    The actual distance traveled is over 60,000 km in the winter season. I changed the front / rear axles every second month, the result is surprising: 1 pair good 7-6 mm second 4-5 mm, low rolling resistance translates into low fuel consumption, saving compared to cheaper manufacturers, actual fuel consumption by about 1.5 l / 100 km, ie about 4000 PLN less for fuel and durability not only for 2-3 months, but peacefully for over 1 winter season. See more >
  • Billy 4.6

    Zeetex WV1000

    So far, tires are working very well, I have the same tires for my VW T4 bus, I traveled around 8 000 miles with them and it is hardly to find the traces of tread wear. In my opinion, the tires are great and can compete with top class tires, I am convinced that if the price does not jump too much, then in the next summer season, I will also buy these tires for my wife's Seat. See more >
  • Andrew 4.5

    Falken Eurowinter VAN01

    I have this Falken set from a bit more than a month now. However, I used them only in winter weather conditions. Roads covered slightly by snow or slush, low temperatures. My vehicle is often havily loaded too. So far I feel confident and safe with Falkens fitted. I have not noticed anything which I could complain about so far. I am satisfied with the purchase. See more >

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