What are the best Off Road tyres?

By Mariana Saenzpardo

If you are a fan of the twists and turns that off road driving presents, you will know how demanding this type of environment is on vehicle tyres. You need to choose the best off road tyres to keep you moving and to tackle the toughest terrains.

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Years of experience tell us that off road tyres need to be both durable and strong. They need to be able to perform over any terrain and in any weather conditions. An off road vehicle is highly dependent on its tyres to get itself out of trouble and back on track.

Off road driving is not for the faint-hearted. It can be punishing on both the driver and the vehicle. It takes a combination of driving expertise and mechanical excellence to cross challenging terrains. Whether you are negotiating rocky river beds, one in four grassy slopes or rocky outcrops, your tyres will take the brunt of the action and they have to be up to the job.

Why not call into one of our network of garages and discuss your requirements. There can be some confusing terminology surrounding off road tyres. You may see them described as 'all terrain tyres' or 'mud terrain' tyres. Our experts will help you work out which would be the best off road tyres for you. You may want tyres for an entirely off road vehicle or you may need to combine off road driving with regular driving. We can help you find the tyres that suit your lifestyle, your vehicle and your budget.

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Most of the major brands including Pirelli, Falken, Sumitomo and Bridgestone offer a version of off road tyres for 4 x 4 vehicles. When you call into one of our garages, our tyre professionals will help you to select the most suitable off road tyres for your needs. With our help, you can weigh up several factors including your car make, the amount of off roading you do, the terrain you explore and your budget.

For example, you may want to choose Pirelli or Bridgestone tyres that are best for river bed driving. You may prefer Falken or Sumitomo tyres that suit steep inclines and muddy ravines. On the other hand, you may select Sumitomo or Pirelli tyres that are suitable for a commute to work and a bit of off roading at the weekend.

You know that you won't get any nasty shocks when you get our bill because you can research our prices online yourself. Our prices include fitting and balancing and we are happy to dispose of your old tyres without damaging the environment too. So, if you have damaged your tyres on an off road adventure, get in touch with us today for some replacements.

If off roading is a major part of your motoring life, we have the knowledge and skills to help you find the best tyres for your hobby. Chat to our experienced tyre professionals about your requirements and how much you want to pay.

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By Mariana Saenzpardo
Mariana is a Digital Marketing Specialist for Protyre who is also responsible for the running of our Protyre website.
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