Tires By Brand

The world tire industry is so huge – there are thousands of tire brands from different countries (American, Japanese, Korean, Italian etc.), which offer a great range of tires for all purposes (all-season, winter, summer, off-road, etc.) And very often, when it is time to make a choice, it turns out to be such a challenging event. Which tire brand should you choose in the end? Is there actually any reliable methodology for comparing tire manufacturers? Sure, you should pay close attention to rubber quality, reputation, strong sides, technologies used, reviews from car owners, etc. There are so many things to access that you can easily get lost. 

That is why we are here – to help you make a choice and find the tire brand that matches your needs. We present you with the rating of the best tire brands in the world. Here you can find all details you want to know about any specific tire brand – general information about each producer, for what kind of vehicles each brand actually manufactures the tires; what types they offer, recommendations for keeping them in a good state and, of course, pricing and warranty policies. We hope our tire brand rating will help you to select the best of the best tires that will definitely satisfy all your driving requirements. So make a choice and enjoy the ride! 

Once in his life, every driver finds oneself in a situation when he or she needs to choose tires for the vehicle. So before making a choice, you need to think about one thing – what kinds of road you are going to drive. Nobody wants to be driving through the slippery winter roads on thin summer tires or face the threat of puncturing the rubber while off-roading. There are different tires for different purposes. 

For some, tires are just tires – thick things made from rubber, thanks to which the vehicles can move on. But in reality, tires perform a more significant function. They affect four main things – how protective your car is, how much fuel the tires consume, what performance they will deliver and what driving experience you will get.

  • Avon

  • BFGoodrich

  • Bridgestone

  • Continental

  • Cooper

  • Dunlop

  • Falken

  • Firestone

  • Fuzion

  • General

  • Goodyear

  • Hankook

  • Hoosier

  • Kumho

  • Maxxis

  • Michelin

  • Mickey Thompson

  • Nexen

  • Nitto

  • Pirelli

  • Riken

  • Sumitomo

  • Toyo Tires

  • Uniroyal

  • Vredestein

  • Yokohama