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The Goodyear Wrangler series tires have been hitting the pavement for decades. Having been equipped on some of the most iconic cars and trucks. These tires have stood the test of time.
with there superior tread life and compound Goodyear has gotten this tire down to a science.
Here at Goodyear Tire we have been making tires for over 100 years. Since the early days we have striven to make the perfect tire. Whether you depend on us for work or play we know you have a lot riding on our tires. It doesn't matter if you have a car, truck, or SUV we have you covered. Even in the worst winter cold or the hottest summer heat our tires will get you where you need to go. Check out all the different styles of tire we have below.
With 25% off and free shipping on the tire brand you trust most we are sure there is a tire here for you. If you need any help picking the right tire for you give us call, our customer service reps are standing by to help make your next purchase a smooth and stress free one.
Goodyear has been developing specialized versions of Run On Flat tires and EMT tires because of their many benefits. What are Run On Flat tires? Both Run On Flat & EMT™ (Extended Mobility Technology) tires are designed to perform when deflating or even once deflated. They allow you to drive at a top speed of 50 mph/80 kph for up to 50 mi./80 km to help you reach a safe place or service area. Also, by eliminating the need for a spare tire, this tire technology can save weight, space, cost, and resources.
At Goodyear, we appreciate and welcome innovation. For this reason, we began producing tires that feature the DuPont™ Kevlar® technology. The wide range of benefits provided by this innovative technology include; helps increase sidewall puncture resistance, offers rugged strength, and helps provide a smooth quiet on-road experience
Rolling resistance is the amount of resistance that occurs when a tire rolls on a flat surface. Most of the rolling resistance in a tire comes directly from the tread. Why does the amount of rolling resistance in a tire matter? The answer is very simple. The tire with less rolling resistance reduces fuel usage.
For this reason, at Goodyear we've created an Assurance® FuelMax® tire which reduces rolling resistance by up to 27% in order to help save consumers gas money. This translates to up to 2,600 mi./4,000 km worth of gas over the life of 4 tires.1
Watch the video below to learn more about this technology.