The Fuel-saving tyre that keeps performing for longer
Fuel-saving and environmentally
Better braking on wet roads
Quiet, comfortable ride
Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
The ultra-high performance tyre that delivers shorter braking distances when it matters most
Shorter braking distances on wet
Greater fuel efficiency
The fuel-saving SUV tyre that brakes shorter
Shorter braking distance on wet and
Improved steering precision and handling
Eagle F1 Asymmetric SUV
All the benefits of an ultra-high performance tyre, optimised for high-end SUVs
Wet handling and aquaplaning resistance
Smooth, quiet ride
Goodyear Tyre Range
The Goodyear Brand
When you look today at the global Goodyear brand, with its thousands of breakthroughs, innovations, new inventions, firsts and ground breaking improvements, your seeing a reflection of the bold, innovative and down-to-earth character of the company’s founders. Today, Goodyear is the worlds largest tyre company, with a presence on six continents and annual sales of more than $15 billion.
Goodyear are passionate about safety and strive to contribute to a safer environment. They time and time again lead their industry for innovation to remain in the forefront of advances in new tyre technologies. All this to ensure better safety for drivers and protection for loved ones.
Goodyear Driving Academy &
Recent reports have shown that road accidents are the main killer amongst 16-24 year olds, so Goodyear want to do everything we can to improve the safety of younger drivers. This is why they have launched the Driving Academy, an interactive online programme which aims to teach youngsters about road safety and the Highway Code. The Driving Academy is open to all schools across the UK and will be a chance for teachers to spread awareness about road safety to their students from a young age.
Young Driver Partnership
When the campaign is over, Goodyear will be giving away a brand new Fiat 500 to the person with the highest score! This will be handed over to the student on the day that they pass their driving test. Players can gain points during the game by demonstrating sensible driving skills and answering the Highway Code questions correctly.
We have also recently partnered with Young Driver, an organisation designed to reduce road traffic accidents through offering driving lessons to 11-17 year olds. The hugely successful program aims to save lives by offering driving lessons to youngsters so that they are much more experienced and safer drivers on the road once they pass their test.
Young Driver was inspired by a Swedish government approved study which revealed that if youngsters are given driving tuition before they are 17, they are less likely to have an accident when they start driving on the road. This percentage drop is one of the highest figures ever achieved by any road safety program.