You have many different types of tires to choose from, and sorting through all the different types of tires can be a little confusing. RightTurn helps you find which tire types are a good match your vehicle and driving style.
There are plenty of ways to organize kinds of tires, and the difference between one type of tire and another type of tire isn't always clear. Take performance tires: there's performance, high performance, ultra high performance, and luxury performance. So many different tire types, but what does it all mean to you?
RightTurn makes tire types easy with these simple, easy to understand categories that let you browse different types of tires by how you use your vehicle or the weather you drive it in.
These are your standard tires, often found on sedans and minivans. This kind of tire is usually designed for ride comfort.
Many sports cars come with performance tires. They tend to have soft rubber for added traction and a stiff construction for tight turns.
If your travels take you beyond paved roads, these rugged tires are made for mud, rocks, and other demanding off-road conditions.
Most cars in the US come with all-season tires. This type of tire is for year-round use in dry conditions, rain, and light snow.
Some think rain calls for all-season tires, but "rain" isn't a season. For maximum grip in warm weather — wet or dry — use this tire type.
Yes, you can use all-season tires in the winter. But is that as good as it gets? Nope! For the best grip below 45°F, you want this tire kind.
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