Stay in touch with the road


The best place to get new tyres for your vehicle is your local Ford Dealer. Our specialists will provide you with the best advice and will guide you in choosing the right tyre for your vehicle. We offer attractive prices and check all components during the course of the tyre fitting.

Find the right tyre for your Ford.

On the sidewall of the tire there is information about the manufacturer, detailed information about the product, the production date and much more. Important information is the size, which is made up of various characteristics. For example, what does the designation 205/55 R 16 91 W mean for a tire? 

205 = tire width in millimeters
55 = aspect ratio in percent (tire height is 55% of the width)
R = the design is "radial" (the cord threads of the carcass are at an angle of 90 degrees to the running direction) 
16 = rim diameter in inches (40, 64 cm)
91 = load capacity number (91 = 615 kg)
W = speed symbol (W = up to 270 km/h)

The EU tyre label

The EU has committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. Reducing CO2 emissions from road transport plays a major role in achieving these goals.

Choosing more fuel efficient tires can help reduce emissions on the road. On May 1, 2021, the EU introduced a new EU tyre label so that consumers can make informed purchasing decisions. Customers are thus able to select tires when purchasing that require less fuel, have shorter braking distances in the wet or roll more quietly on the road.

Tyre Safety

Safer driving with the right tires
Good tires play a crucial role in the safety of your vehicle. While worn tires can increase your braking distance by up to 70% on wet roads, the right type of tyre in combination with the ideal air pressure and sufficient profile offers you the best traction in all driving situations.

Check tire pressure Under
-inflated or over-inflated tyres reduce road contact and increase tread wear and vehicle fuel consumption. You should therefore check the air pressure every two weeks - although the tyres must be cold for an accurate measurement. Refer to your vehicle's owner's manual for correct pressure readings.

Do not drive with old tires
In general, a tyre should be replaced after 6 years, even if it has hardly been used. You can find the production date on the tire sidewall. The specification "0702" means that the tire was produced in calendar week 7 of the year 2002. Tyres manufactured before December 1999 have a “<” after the third digit. If your tyre is already that old, you should replace it as soon as possible.