Off road tyres
Off road tyres are those that have deep tread, and as a result, can provide better traction when travelling on surfaces like sand, mud or gravel paths.
When compared to winter tyres, they have deeper and wider grooves, which enable the tread to sink into unusual surfaces for a smoother ride.
So, if you fancy cross-country driving or racing, Goodyear tyres are an excellent choice, but we also stock a vast range of affordable alternatives. Here are a few of our favourites:
Goodyear makes the popular Wrangler AT adventure tyre that is hailed by off-road drivers. The reliable all terrain tyre is designed for both highway and off-road driving.
We recommend Goodyear's EffecientGripSUV, Wrangler HP AW and Eagle RV. The impressive thing about Goodyear’s comprehensive 4x4 tyres is that they are adapted to both road and off-road conditions. Overall, they maybe a little more expensive than other brands but are well worth the cost.
Michelin - one of the world’s biggest tyre manufacturers - create more than 30 different 4x4 tyres. We love their Latitude 4x4 wheel range as it offers all-terrain, mud, sand, rock and combination off-road versions.
Toyo's reputation is strong for high-tech, innovative tyres. Their 4X4 tyres boast pioneering tread patterns, multi-wave sipes, and silica tread compounds that enhance stability on wet, dry and rough surfaces.
This brand is incredibly popular with off-road drivers and professional racing drivers.
Cooper's Discoverer range is perfect for drivers who want to blend high performance with affordability.
Tough terrain radials from Cooper are available for all-terrain use, on-road use, on mud terrain, and rocks. Studded sports utility vehicle (SUV) winter products are also available.
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We only-stock quality brands, so take the edge off the expense of these radials with our lowest price promise. If you find advertised tyre prices lower than ours, we promise to match or beat them.
Simply choose your tyres and we will deliver them to any one of our 230+ fitting centres you choose.
So, whether its 4x4 tyres you're after or you're struggling to choose between tyre brands, we'd love to hear from you.
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