Which run-flat tyres should you choose? Leading tyre brands have developed technologies combining the practical side with driver safety in the event of a puncture. But fitting run-flat tyres is not cheap. Here is a selection of the best run-flat tyres.
Front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, each vehicle moves thanks to a traction force that is transmitted by the drive wheels. What is the role of each wheel and do you know the differences? It all comes down to your car, driving style and budget.
During lockdown due to the outbreak of Covid-19, your car might be immobilised for some time. You have no other choice than to leave it parked. So, why continue to maintain your car? It’s simple, maintaining your car parked for a long period of time can prevent the loss of tyre pressure which can result in flat spotting. Think ahead to when the coronavirus lockdown is lifted, to avoid any nasty surprises when starting your parked vehicle.
German magazine Auto Bild has tested and compared 10 tyres for SUVs and 4x4s in the size 255/55 R18. Dry, wet, gravel, sand, grass… Discover the best tyres for this type of vehicle capable of driving on all surfaces.
The German magazine Auto Motor und Sport has compared 11 summer tyres in the size 225/45 R18 on a BMW 3-Series. This test provided the opportunity to find the best tyre in terms of performance but also driving comfort.
The Cooper Tires brand is adding two new summer 4x4 tyres to its line-up: the Discoverer AT3 LT and the Discoverer AT3 XLT. The two tyres will soon be launched on the European market after proving their worth in the United States. They feature the 3PMSF marking which guarantees their performance on all terrains, even on snow.