The Champiro SX2 is an Extreme Performance Summer tire developed for enthusiasts who want higher levels of traction, response and driving control in dry and wet conditions. With an extremely aggressive tread design and high-grip compound, the Champiro SX2 is suitable for both track and street use
For those performance-minded individuals with sports cars, the ultra high performance Champiro HPY uses an advanced asymmetrical tread pattern and full silica tread compound for outstanding cornering ability in wet and dry conditions.
Champiro UHPAS is an all season tire for vehicle owners requiring ultra-high performance or grand touring (luxury performance) tires. The Champiro UHPAS delivers excellent staight-line stability, cornering grip, and braking capabilities, in both dry and wet conditions, as well as handling and grip in light snow.
Champiro Touring A/S is an all-season touring tire designed for the latest passenger cars and crossover vehicles. It combines precise handling and control for a quiet and comfortable ride. Backed by a 60,000 mile limited warranty, the new Champiro Touring A/S also delivers great mileage for an outstanding value.
MAXTOUR All Season is a premium passenger tire offering outstanding mileage, improved all season performance and a quiet and comfortable ride. Backed by a 60,000 mile warranty, 24 Hour Roadside Assistance and a Road Hazard Warranty, you can drive with ease of mind when you're on MAXTOUR All Season.
The new generation Savero HT2 premium all-season tire is for SUV and light truck owners who really enjoy driving; the tire’s tread pattern design provides unparalled handling and control in wet and dry conditions.
The Adventuro AT3 is an all terrain tire designed for light truck and SUV drivers wanting aggressive looks with civilized on-road manners. The Adventuro AT3 provides excellent handling and wet grip, with a comfortable ride on-road, and superb off-road capability
The new Maxmiler Pro is designed for today’s light commercial vehicles like Ford Transit, Nissan NV and RAM ProMaster. This durable tire is built to carry the heavy loads of compact and full-size multi-purpose vans. The tread pattern delivers all season performance for highway use with the toughness needed for off -road driving near the job site. Maxmiler Pro—your partner in business to get the job done.
If you’re towing a boat or another prized possession, you want the Maxmiler ST tire for optimum stability and reliability.
Adventuro AT-AW is an all terrain tire developed for light truck drivers looking for off road capabilities and aggressive looks together with civilized on-road manners. Meeting the industry’s severe snow service requirement and branded with the mountain/snowflake symbol, the Adventuro AT-AW delivers “all weather” performance. All LT designation sizes feature heavy duty 10-ply construction.
ICEPRO SUV3 is GT Radial’s next generation studdable winter tire with sizes for pickup trucks and SUV’s. It features a high-volume 150 pin hole distribution throughout the tread to maximize ice traction and braking. ICEPRO SUV3 can be used with or without studs and is designed to provide excellent grip and handling in extreme winter conditions while reducing on road noise.
The Champiro IcePro 2 is a studdable winter tire designed to provide maximum traction for light trucks in snow and ice.
WinterPro HP is GT Radial's Performance Winter tire developed to meet the needs of drivers who want to retain the handling and precision of their high and ultra high performance sports cars, sedans, or coupes during winter conditions.
WinterPro2 is GT Radial's new studless winter tire with fitments for passenger and crossover vehicles. Featuring an innovative tread pattern design and new tread compound, it is designed to provide optimal wet and ice performance and excel in snow and dry road conditions.
The Savero WT is a nonstuddable winter tire made specifically for SUVs and crossover vehicles.
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You should buy new tires when your tread wears down to 4/32 of an inch. At this point, you start to lose significant traction on wet or snowy roads.
To ensure your own safety and maximum life of the tire, it is recommended that you check the air pressure in your tires at least once a month.
Tire pressure varies depending on the type and size of your tires. Consult your owner’s manual for more information.
Checking your tire pressure regularly, rotating your tires, and watching for signs of wear-and-tear can extend the lifespan of your tires.
To ensure your tires do not blowout, properly inflate your tires. Avoid overinflating them and always use a tire gauge as too much air affects ride comfort and may increase tire vulnerability if curb or potholes are hit. Be mindful of underinflated tires, as this condition adds flexing to sidewalls thus increasing heat build-up and the potential for tire failure.
Damage that occurs when a tire fails as a result of a puncture, bruise, or break incurred during the course of normal driving on a maintained road.
Vibration is an indication that your car has a problem that needs attention. The tires, steering system, and suspension system should be checked to help determine the possible cause and correction of the vibration.
It is recommended to change to winter tires when the weather drops below 7°C. The compounds in all-season tires become too hard at this point to provide efficient traction.
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GT Radial tires are manufactured by GITI Tire, a global company that sells quality tires in more than 130 countries.
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The nubs are the rubber that has been pushed or pulled into the mold vents to ensure a proper shape of the tire. When tires are removed from the molds, these nubs remain as a part of the tire.
Look on the tire sidewall and find the DOT number. The last four digits of the DOT number are the week and year of manufacture. Example the last four numbers on the DOT are 0111 that tire was made in the first week of 2011. While a number like 2109 is a tire that was made in the 21'st week of 2009. Consult a qualified tire professional if you have any doubts.
All tires in the GT Radial product line rated as M&S on the sidewall all are "all-season" tires.
GT Radial tires are manufactured by GITI Tire, a global company that sells quality tires in more than 130 countries.
GT Radial tires are manufactured by GITI Tire which traces its roots back to 1951.
|General function of tires for all types of vehicles|
Air pressure and tire construction are important factors to carry and sustain the weight of vehicles.
2. Absorb shocks
Air pressure and tire construction reduces initial road vibrations and shocks before being muted again by the suspension .
3. Delivering power from the engine
Tires serve to deliver power from the engine to move the vehicle and also provides traction and braking performance .
4. Translating steering wheel movement
Tires are very important in controlling the direction of the vehicle, which will determine the maneuvering capability and stability in driving.
|Understand tire size|
|Tires have its 'language' to communicate in the form of a series of numbers and letters to indicating data specification, brand and type. It is universal and has been agreed by all tire manufacturers worldwide.
Here are the meanings of these codes:
1. Tire width (in mm)
2. A tire's aspect ratio is the dimensional relationship of the tire's section height to section width, expressed as a percentage.
3. Diameter of wheel (in inches)
4. Load Index
5. Speed Index
|UTQG (Uniform Tire Quality Grades) Rating|
|The UTQG (Uniform Tire Quality Grades) rating is a labeling requirement by the U.S Department of Transportation for all tire manufacturers. The label of UTQG represents a tire's Treadwear, Traction and Temperature resistance. Traction and temperature resistance ratings are specific performance levels, while treadwear ratings are assigned by manufacturers following tests conducted and are reliable when comparing tires of the same brand.
|The UTQG rating comprises of 3 components.
The treadwear grade indicates the wear rate of a tire and is a comparative rating based on test conducted by tire manufacturers. The grades are not an indication of actual mileage, but can be used as a relative comparison. For example, a grading of 400 should last twice as long as a tire graded 200, given similar driving conditions in the same brand.
Traction rating is an indication of a tire's ability to stop on wet pavement. The braking distance is indicated by ratings of "AA" (highest braking ability), "A", "B" and "C". Traction rating only indicates straight line wet braking and does not indicate wet cornering abilities of the tire.
Temperature resistance rating indicates the tire's ability to withstand heat. It is graded according to a properly inflated and not overloaded tire. It is graded from "C", being the lowest, to "B" and "A" ratings.
|Understand Load Index and Speed Rating|
|The Speed index is an assigned letter ranging from J to Z that corresponds to the reference maximum speed at the associated load index. Refer to the load index and speed rating tables below.
These two elements put together are called the service description and are mutually dependent. The table below gives the load index and the speed symbol with their corresponding value.
|Load Index (Symbol and maximum load in Lbs & Kg)|
|Speed Rating (symbol and maximum speed in MpH & KmH)|
|Note: A "ZR" may appear for tires having a maximum speed capability above 240km/h (150 mph)|
This Limited Warranty Policy and Procedures applies to all new consumer (PCR/LTR) tires purchased on or after January 1, 2012, sold or distributed under the GT Radial brand bearing the corresponding D.O.T. tire identification number.
To be eligible, the tire must meet the following criteria:
What is covered by the Standard Limited Warranty
Upon examination by the GT Radial representative, any eligible GT Radial tire that has become unusable due to a condition attributable to materials and/or workmanship within 60 months from the date of manufacturing of the tire (DOT), and before wearing down to 2/32 inch (1.6 mm) of the original tread depth remaining, and not subject to the exclusions in section “What is not covered by the Standard Limited Warranty”, will be replaced with an equivalent new GT Radial product on the basis set forth in this Limited Warranty.
Adjustment on ride comfort or out-of-round is allowed only during the first 2/32 inch of the original tread depth and within 12 months from the date of purchase (whichever comes first) supported with proof of purchase.
Any GT Radial tire that satisfies the above conditions which has become unusable due to defective materials and/or workmanship will be replaced free of charge through a GT Radial Authorized Dealer. The cost of mounting and balancing and other service charges, disposal fees, or applicable taxes are payable by the consumer (i.e. vehicle owner / end user).
Any GT Radial tire that has been worn beyond the first 2/32 inch of the original usable tread depth which is adjusted under this Standard Limited Warranty due to defective materials and/or workmanship will be replaced with an equivalent new GT Radial product subject to a pro-rated charge through a GT Radial Authorized Dealer. The cost of mounting, balancing, and other service charges, disposal fees, or applicable taxes are payable by the consumer.
What is not covered by the Standard Limited Warranty
This Limited Warranty does not apply to consumer (PCR/LTR) tires which have become unserviceable under (but not limited to) the following conditions:
* While every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this information, GT Radial cannot be held responsible for inaccuracy or change. All statements are believed to be correct but are not to be regarded as statements or representations of fact. All information, specifications and plan herein contained are subject to change from time to time by GT Radial and cannot form part of an offer or contract. Renderings, photographs and illustrations are artist's impressions only and cannot be regarded as representations of fact.