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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.

4x4 / Off-Road Tyres

4x4 tyres

Check how the 4x4 tyres are reviewed by users. Our review database on 4x4 car tyres is one of the largest in the Internet. Are you looking for the best 4x4 tyres? See our summer and winter tyre ratings. Here you will find our offer for winter and summer tyres with best user reviews.

Summer tyres

Winter tyres

Most popular 4x4 tyres

We present the most popular summer and winter tyres of high quality and decent price for 4x4 cars. Take a look, check and buy best selling items in our webshop.

Summer tyres

Winter tyres

  • Wanli SNOWGRIP
    Wanli SNOWGRIP

    Products technical description is not available yet.

  • GRIPMAX STATURE M/S
    GRIPMAX STATURE M/S

    Products technical description is not available yet.

  • Nokian WR SUV 3
    Nokian WR SUV 3

    Tyre details: The Nokian WR SUV 3 is a winter tyre designed especially for 4x4 vehicles and SUVs. ...

  • Cooper Weather-Master WSC
    Cooper Weather-Master WSC

    Cooper Weather-Master WSC is a winter tyre which is engineered especially for 4x4 vehicles. This ...

  • Tracmax S210
    Tracmax S210

    Products technical description is not available yet.

Average rating of the tyres: 4.00 based on 3683 reviews

4x4 tyres

4x4 tyres are divided into on-road, all-terrain and off-road. On-road tyres (80% road, 20% terrain) are marked as H/T and S/T. In case of those tyres tread patterns are asymmetric. Second type is all-terrain tyres (50% road, 50% terrain). In this case you will see ATR, AT2, A/T or All Terrain markings. Last type is off-road tyre (80% terrain, 20% road). When reading their description you can see such markings as MTR or M/T. Winter tyres for 4x4 cars are not divided this way – every winter 4x4 tyre is an on-road tyre. This wide range of types lets drivers choose according to the type of terrain they will be travelling the most. What differs them from passenger cars is very good handling and grip on rough terrain such as woods and fields. Solutions used in those tyres give you safety on both roads and terrain. It is a perfect solution for drivers who want to have same results on all kinds of terrain. Tyres like these have an additional rim protector which protects the wheel from damage. In this case tyres have inner steel belting which strengthens the carcass construction and makes the tread pattern more resistant to deformation. The sidewall is also harder in order to carry heavier loads and this feature is very important with SUV cars. These tyres are produced to increase the user’s driving comfort as much as possible – this feature is very important in 4x4 vehicles. The tyre has to be silent and lower all vibrations caused by terrain. Some manufacturers produce their tyres with additional sipes and harder rubber compound which allow summer tyres to act correctly even in winter. 4x4 tyres should also, like other tyres, have good grip and handling on wet surfaces. We have to point out that 4x4 CANNOT BE FITTED to non-4x4 cars, because they are built differently and have totally different construction. Fitted to a passenger car, these tyres will be much harder and louder.