CHAMPIRO SX2CHAMPIRO HPYCHAMPIRO UHP AS

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, 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 straight-line stability, cornering grip, and braking capabilities, in both dry and wet conditions, as well as handling and grip in light snow.

MAXTOUR LXCHAMPIRO TOURING A/SMAXTOUR All Season

The new Maxtour LX delivers premium ride comfort and all season performance with a 115,000 kilometer tread life warranty. With fitments for the most popular passenger cars and CUVs, Maxtour LX features full depth sipes for excellent traction in wet and even light snow conditions. Drive in peace with the Harmonically Optimized Pitch Sequencing design, which limits road noise for the life of the tire. With a 30 Day Test Drive Guarantee, 24 Hour Roadside Assistance and Road Hazard Warranty included, you can enjoy worry-free luxury performance with the Maxtour LX.

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 with a quiet and comfortable ride. Backed by a 100,000 kilometer 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 100,000 kilometer warranty, 24 hour roadside assistance and a road hazard warranty, you can drive with ease of mind when you're on MAXTOUR All Season.

ADVENTURO AT-AWSAVERO SUVSAVERO HT2ADVENTURO AT3ADVENTURO M/TMAXMILER PROMAXMILER ST

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.

Savero SUV is a symmetrical, performance tire designed for mid-sized SUVs and crossover vehicles. It delivers the superior wet and dry handling performance of a summer tire while maintaining a quiet, comfortable ride and low rolling resitance.

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.

For the “mudders” out there, the Adventuro M/T mud terrain tire for light trucks and SUVs features the most aggressive tread pattern in the GT Radial family; perfect for conquering rough, harsh, muddy, or snowy terrains.

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 jobsite. 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-AWICEPRO3ICEPRO SUV3CHAMPIRO WinterPro HPWINTERPRO2SAVERO WTMAXMILER WT-1000

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.

ICEPRO3 is GT Radial’s next generation studdable winter tire with coverage for a wide range of passenger and crossover vehicles. Improvements in stud pin hole design and distribution maximize ice traction while an optimized tread pattern enhances grip and reduces noise generation. Designed to handle the harshest ice and snow conditions, the ICEPRO3 can be used with or without studs.

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.

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 non-studdable winter tire made specifically for SUVs and crossover vehicles.

A nonstuddable winter tire, the Maxmiler WT-1000 features an advanced tread compound for long tire life.

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Add Tire Maintenance to Your Back-to-School List

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Don't Forget Tires in Your Back-to-School Check List
Going through your back-to-school check list? Pencils and paper . . . check. Spiffy new outfits . . . check. How about your tires? Whether you’re hauling the kids to school in the SUV or helping your child pack her car for college, the engineers at GT Radial suggest you check the tires.

Air Pressure:

“First off, check your tires’ air pressure because under- or over-inflated tires do not perform as designed,” says William Estupinan, vice president of technical service for GITI Tire in the Americas (GITI Tire is the worldwide manufacturer of GT Radial tires). “Improperly inflated tires not only reduce your gas mileage and tire wear, but can also affect the vehicle’s handling and can even lead to tire failure.”

Make a visit to your local tire dealer, or if you do it yourself, Estupinan advises using a good quality pressure gauge and checking your tires “cold” – before you’ve driven or at least three hours after you’ve driven. Compare the measured psi (pounds per square inch) to the recommended psi level found on the sticker inside the driver’s door or in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Do not compare to the psi on your tire’s sidewall.

Estupinan recommends checking the air in your tires, including your spare, once a month because tires can, under normal circumstances, lose up to one psi per month.

Tread depth:

The most important function performed by your tire’s tread is proper handling in wet conditions. As the tread wears down, its ability to evacuate water from underneath the tire diminishes, thus increasing the risks of skidding or hydroplaning.

There’s no cause for alarm until the tread depth drops below 2/32 of an inch. The penny test is a tried and true method for evaluating tire wear. Take a penny and hold Abe’s body between your thumb and forefinger. Select a point on your tire where the tread appears the lowest and place Abe’s head into one of the grooves. If any part of Abe’s head is covered by the tread, you’re driving with an acceptable amount of tread – more than 2/32 of an inch. Otherwise, see your local tire dealer.

Abnormalities:

Also check your tires for any abnormalities, Estupinan says. For instance, if you see a bulge or bubble on the sidewall you could have a serious problem and need to see your tire dealer immediately. In addition, if your tread wear appears uneven, that’s usually a sign that your vehicle is out of alignment or is having some other type of issue.

“Going back to school should be an exciting time for the entire family,” Estupinan notes. “Please add your tires to your check list.”

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