Major tire manufacturers include Bridgestone, Michelin, Goodyear, Continental and Pirelli, as of 2015. Other highly rated tire manufacturers include Hankook, Cooper Tires, Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Maxxis and Yokohama Rubber Company.Continue Reading
Bridgestone makes summer, winter, all-season and performance tires. The company offers several brands of tires, such as DriveGuard, Potenza, Ecopia, Turanza and Dueler. Bridgestone DriveGuard offers all-season tires that can withstand up to 50 miles of drive at 50 miles per hour after puncture. The company’s Blizzak DM-V2 tires offer reliable performance in winter conditions. The DM-V2 tires also provide improved grip and braking power on ice and snow.
Michelin is a global tire company that produces tires for automobiles, heavy duty trucks, farm equipment, motorcycles and aircrafts. Michelin Premier LTX tire features EverGrip technology that provides improved traction in wear conditions. The tire also offers better wet grip and optimum performance in cold conditions. Michelin Latitude tour tire features a wide groove tread design and special rubber compounds. The tire offers lower rolling resistance and reduced noise.
Goodyear manufactures all-terrain, sports, fuel-efficient and run-on-flat tires. The company offers various lines of tires, including Assurance, Wrangler, Ultra Grip, Eagle and EfficientGrip. Assurance all-season tires provide reliable traction in dry, wet and snow surfaces. The tires also offer efficient handling and low-noise operation.Learn more about Tires, Rims & Wheels