Goodyear G800+S Tyres steel radial would have been one of the first tyres to compete with Michelin tyres
for steel belted radial tyres that give the driver a good mileage and also good grip in the wet. Goodyear did have some teething problems when the Goodyear G800+S Tyres first came out. The steel belts were not protected against oxidizing correctly with non corroding metals such as copper or brass as the Michelin tyres had perfected this procedure and were having no such problems. This was eventually corrected, I think with the help of Michelin and the Goodyear G800+S Tyres became a very popular tyre and was sold mainly through the Tyreservices outlets simply because Goodyear owned them. This tyre was evolved with Goodyear’s Grand Prix racing tyres playing a part in the Goodyear G800+S Tyres development. This is now common place amongst today’s tyre companies with Bridgestone tyres of Japan been the latest to be involved in F! racing.
Since this post was written Goodyear and Dunlop have joined forces and become one large company. Goodyear like many of the large tyre companies are constantly coming out with new tyre products each one slightly better than the next,(so they say).
The latest tyres to come out are the Efficient grip range of summer tyres. These tyres are a range of fuel saving tyres due to modern construction and compound mixes. The Vectra 4 Seasons is their latest all-weather tyres and the winter tyre range is made up of eight different Ultragrip tread designs.
Goodyear like other leading tyre companies have also come out with a Run Flat tyre.
As one of the founder tyre companies every one of Goodyear’s tyres have more than a hundred years of safety-driven research and development behind them. Goodyear state that they are committed to making drivers feel good, through products that are safer, longer lasting and better for the environment.
With Goodyear G800+S Tyres, you get a great performance and peace of mind as standard.
This Goodyear tyres post was written by Eric Roberts