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x Reinforced tyres

Every single tyre has its load index. This index is determined by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation. Reinforced tyres have higher load capacity than standard ones. Therefore, they can easily meet the requirements that they are faced in cars that carry heavier loads.

x Run Flat tyres

Run on Flat tyres allow driving ater a pressure loss, eg. as a result of tyre puncture. Driving on a punctured tyre is possible for about 50 miles at a maximum speed of 50 mph.

Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres Run Flat tyre construction

Run Flat tyres allow the driver to continue driving after pressure loss. On average you may travel up to 50 miles with speed up to 50 mph (depending on the technology used) due to reinforced sidewalls. This allows you to drive straight to a tyre service station, without having to change the wheel on the side of the road. What is more, having Run Flat tyres means that you do not need the spare wheel stored in your trunk.

Most often bought Run Flat summer tyres

  • Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3

    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 more powerful ...

  • Dunlop Sport Maxx RT 2

    Dunlop SP Sport Maxx RT 2 is the successor to Dunlop SP Sport Maxx RT, which is extremely popular among drivers and specialists testing the tyres. Compared to its predecessor, the Dunlop SP Sport Maxx RT 2 has better stability; ...

  • Dunlop SP SportMaxx RT

    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

    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 performs ...

  • Continental ContiPremiumContact 5

    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 genuine ...

  • 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 ...

Most often bought Run Flat winter 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 ...

  • 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 a innovative, next generation winter tyre which is suitable for mid to high-range cars. This model improves on the design of its predecessor. Firstly, it delivers an even better performance, ...

  • Nokian WR D4

    Nokian WR D4
    205/60 R16 92 H

    111150 4.5

    87 / 1 unit

    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 small cars. ...

  • Goodyear ULTRA GRIP

    Goodyear UltraGrip is a winter tyre which belongs to the premium class. Goodyear is a renowned producer of the high-performance tyres. Goodyear UltraGrip tyre combines endurance, driving comfort and high safety level in all ...

  • Goodyear Ultra Grip 8

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Run Flat - meaning and classification

The first Run Flat tyres were developed before the Second World War. Initially, they were found useful in military vehicles – they were a protective feature in case the tyre was shot through. The research continued after the war and the very first non-military vehicle with Run Flat tyres as part of its original equipment was a Porsche 959. Later, they were often fitted to Chevrolet Corvette cars and nowadays, among others, across the Mercedes and BMW model ranges.

Run Flat tyres require on-board pressure sensors fitted to inform the driver about the loss of pressure. It sometimes happens that a person keeps on driving for even a few weeks without realizing that there is something wrong with the tyre. There are other modifications to a car to adapt it to use Run Flat tyres. Such a car has different suspension setups (BMW makes it softer than standard), as well as certain changes are introduced to the car’s electronic systems, such as ABS or ESP. It is then not recommended to use conventional tyres if the car was designed to use Run Flat tyres.

Run Flat tyres should be fitted only at professional fitting stations with appropriate equipment. Fitting such a tyre using regular machines may damage the tyre and if it is fitted incorrectly it may explode and cause a serious accident.

Run Flat tyres offer the highest level of safety. Even when travelling at high speeds a puncture does not mean the loss of control. Such tyres are often fitted to premium class cars with high engine power, which are capable of reaching considerable motorway speeds. In that case having Run Flat tyres equipped minimizes all the risks. Quite a number of sports cars also have limited space in the trunk, therefore Run Flat tyres become essential. They are also more resistant to mechanical damage such as hitting a curb or a pothole.

The drawbacks of Run Flat tyres are their higher price, lower driving comfort (a Run Flat tyre is stiffer than a standard tyre), increased fuel consumption (due to higher rolling resistance) and no possibility of fixing such tyres. Regardless of these shortcomings, Run Flat tyres are considered to be a great choice, offering safety and comfort for the driver (no worries about punctures or having to change the wheel).

The markings for Run Flat tyres vary according to the manufacturer: DSST – Dunlop, EMT – Goodyear, HRPS – Hankook, PAX – Michelin, RFT – Bridgestone, RSC – BMW, SSRF – Pirelli, SSR – Continental, TRF – Toyo, XRP – Kumho, ZP – Michelin, ZPS – Yokohama. In our offer we have a large selection of Run Flat tyres for different vehicles. Everyone will find something to match their expectations. Shop for the Run Flat tyres!