Goodyear Tires

    GoodYear Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1898 in Ohio where it remains a premier American company today. GoodYear has a long history of industry firsts, and has grown to be the world’s third largest manufacturer of tires for passenger cars, trucks, heavy commercial vehicles, cycles, race cars, and much more. GoodYear’s emphasis on engineering has always been proven in the quality products it offers. We offer a wide variety of GoodYear tires at some of the best prices you’ll find anywhere.

    Ride comfort, fuel economy, all-season confidence, high speed stability, maximum cornering grip, run-flat security, severe winter traction, and off-road competence. These are all highly valuable qualities of most modern tires. Whatever your vehicle's needs and driving styles are, odds are you can find GoodYear tires that offer high levels of most, if not all, of these characteristics – in any size or vehicle type classification.

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    • 1970 - Supplied the first rubber tires designed for outer space operation on 1970 Apollo 14 mission.
    • 1971 – Manufactured the first giant earth mover truck tires measuring 11.5 feet high.
    • 1977 – Introduced the industry's first all-season tire.
    • 1987 – Introduced the first Z-rated high-performance tire capable of maintaining speeds over 149 miles per hour.
    • 1991 – New "Aquatred" tire tread design set new standards for wet road performance, allowing control at higher speeds.
    • 1992 – Debuted the first run-flat tire to be introduced as manufacturer original equipment, on Chevrolet Corvettes.
    • 1996 – Introduced the first tire ("Infinitred") with a lifetime tread wear warranty.
    • 2001 – Created the first tire made of a compound derived from corn ("Biotred")
    • 2005 – Introduced first tire that self-repairs punctures as they happen ("DuraSeal")
    • 2008 – Due to its innovations and company practices, GoodYear was recognized as the world's most admired motor vehicle parts company by Fortune Magazine, and as one of America's Most Trustworthy Companies by Forbes Magazine.

    CARiD's web site has been set up to automatically guide you in the tire buying process for your vehicle whether you're looking for same-size replacement tires or considering upgrading tires and rims to a larger size. To find GoodYear tires available for your specific vehicle, select your make, model, and year. You'll notice a range of sizes appear on the left (anywhere from 14 inches to 22 inches in diameter for example). When you're ready, choose your current size or browse from other diameter sizes that will typically fit on your vehicle. Next, you have the option of narrowing down your search further with preferences of all-season, summer, or winter tread designs. Then, you can choose between tires with tread designs optimized for types of driving: performance, all-terrain, or economy. If you'd like to discuss details with a live tire and wheel expert, we have specialists available 7 days a week to help guide you.

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    Average rating:54.9 - 14 reviews
    | Posted by | (Snellville, GA)

    Really grip the road.

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    Understanding Tires

    There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.

    Understanding Tires

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