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Tyres for Ford

Ford company was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford. Five years later, the revolutionary T models were brought to the market. Today, Ford is one of the largest car manufacturer appreciated all around the world. With a wide range of car models available, Ford meets any need or requirement that a driver might have. By selecting the suitable tyres for your Ford you will get the best performance and driving your car will turn into a pleasant experience.

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Tyre manufactures that collaborate with Ford

When looking for the best tyres, you can choose between several tyre manufacturers. You can also choose Goodyear tyres. This tyre manufacturer provides quality tyres for the following models:

  • Ford Focus
  • Ford Galaxy
  • Ford Kuga
  • Ford Mondeo

Besides Goodyear tyres, Ford also uses Bridgestone tyres and Michelin tyres as standard equipment for their cars.

Optimum control in any situation

In order to have optimum control over you Ford vehicle even during the winter, it is recommended to change the tyres when temperatures drop below 7 Celsius degrees. In some countries, it is mandatory to fit your car with appropriate tyres depending on the season (winter or summer). In order to get optimum grip during the winter season, you can choose tyres with the snowflake symbol; M+S tyres offer good stability in mud and snow conditions.

Optimum traction regardless the weather conditions

All-season tyres are a compromise between summer tyres and winter tyres. All-season tyres can be used all year round. You can recognize these tyres by the following symbols: a sun, a raindrop or a leaf. Run-Flat tyres are suitable for emergency situations (for instance, in case of a flat tyre). This type of tyres allows safe driving in the event of significant air loss. You can still go up to 100 km at no more than 50 mph (80 km/h). This way, you can drive yourself to a garage instead of waiting for the roadside assistance.

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