Electric Vehicles Tires

In car dealerships around the country there's a new kind of vehicle getting a lot of press, exciting many potential buyers, and one that might just change the world. What is it about these vehicles that's so special? They're electric. Electric vehicle tires must be chosen wisely or all of the exciting features and benefits of electric vehicles can't be experienced fully. But with so many options out there, buying tires can seem like a difficult process. With the help of RightTurn.com, you'll be able to get through that process with ease. The first step is deciding which type of tires is best for you. So take a moment to examine the descriptions below and you'll be on your way.

Electric Vehicle Passenger & Touring Tires

If you drive your electric vehicle for everyday purposes like the commute to work or running errands, passenger and touring tires might be perfect for you. This class of tires delivers all the safety and comfort you need. Tires like the Bridgestone Turanza line and the Michelin Harmony line represent this class of tires that has characteristics to provide excellent traction and short braking distances. Passenger and touring tires also reduce the amount of noise that you experience as your drive.

Electric Vehicle Performance Tires

Electric vehicles are of course known for the eco-friendly qualities, but you can also get sports car performance out of your electric vehicle. Electric vehicles like the Tesla Roadster need performance tires to reach the heights of their driving potential. Performance tires use the design of professional racing tires to improve the driving characteristics of consumer vehicles that drive on the track and on the road. With aggressive tread patterns, specialized shapes, and anti-overheating rubber compounds, these tires are ready to handle any turns and straightaways you might encounter.

Electric Vehicle Low-Rolling Resistance Tires

Low-rolling resistance tires are meant to increase fuel efficiency of gas and diesel-fueled vehicles. Since you drive a vehicle that doesn't burn any fuel, low-rolling resistance tires might seem unnecessary, but there are other advantages to this class of tires. Many low-rolling resistance tires are made out of compounds that reduce the amount of fossil fuels in them, which means that when it's time to dispose of these tires, the negative impact on the environment is significantly reduced. And we know eco-friendliness is important to you. After all, you are the proud owner of an electric vehicle.

Low-rolling resistance tires also reduce the amount of power it takes to move your vehicle, which means that you'll be able to get more distance out of a single charge of your vehicle's engine.

Electric Vehicle Winter Tires

If you live in an area that receives any amount of winter weather, driving on ice and through rain, slush, and snow is unavoidable. To make sure that your electric vehicle is ready to handle those conditions, you need to buy a set of winter tires. Winter tires have been designed with tread patterns that can quickly channel winter moisture from under the tires and to grab the ice on the road so you won't lose traction. Unlike other types of tires, they will stay pliable in temperatures consistently below 45 degrees Fahrenheit. More pliability means more traction.

Electric Vehicles serviced by RightTurn.com:

  • Nissan Leaf
  • Tesla Roadster
  • Tesla S

RightTurn.com understands that you have very specific tastes. It takes a special kind of consumer to purchase an electric vehicle. Don't compromise your tastes when it comes to buying new tires. Shopping at RightTurn.com will give you enough choices so that you can get exactly what you want. Shopping for tires at your local tire store, wholesale club, or service station won't let you have your pick. They'll just sell you the few tires they happen to have in stock when you walk in the door. Head over to our tire selector for access to a tire stock that rivals any of our competitors.

Still have some questions? Please give us a call or email us here at RightTurn.com. We would love to help you.