Goodride RP 28

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The Goodride RP 28 is summer tyre for sedans and minivans that utilises computer designed, symmetrical tread pattern for lower noise and better performance on wet and dry surfaces. It features four wide circumferential grooves for fast water drainage and enhanced traction on wet roads. Each tyre is constructed using silica technology for lower rolling resistance and increased fuel economy. The compound keeps the tyre flexible no matter the temperature, so it safely holds more of the road when cornering or while quickly changing directions at high speeds. It is a longer-lasting tyre than usual, with engineers ensuring that road pressure is evenly distributed across the tyre surface, so the tread wears out equally. Additional rim protectors have also been included to protect the tyre's internal structure and shield against accidental damage from curbs or road debris. These protectors add to the Goodride RP28's superior handling, steering control and exceptional cornering capabilities

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Goodride RP 28 UTQG 400 A A

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400 A A

•  400 Treadwear:
This grade represents the tyre's expected life/duration, ranging between 100 to 1000. Usually, the higher the treadwear rating, the longer the tyre life.

•  A Traction:
This grade represents the tyre's capability to stop on wet asphalt and pavement. Ratings are expressed in letter form, with AA being the highest and C as the lowest.

•  A Temperature:
This grade represents the tyre's heat resistance ability, with A as the highest and C as the lowest. Heat build-up causes the rubber to break down faster, which can cause blowouts. The higher the temperature rating, the longer the tyre life and the higher the speed rating.

The Goodride RP 28 is an Asymmetrical Tyre


Asymmetrical tread patterns combine different tread types to deliver maximum wet and dry road grip via its inner and middle tread, while outside, larger and rigid tread blocks dominate the design to improve cornering.

To avoid fitting mistakes, asymmetrical tyres are labelled "outside" and "inside only" so you know if they will face your vehicle or out.


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