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A tyre that wears this constructer's mark, recognized for the high quality of its all-season tires, is reliable, strong and easy to handle.

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This American tyre producer is among the most respected veterans in the business, producing quality mid-range tyres for over 100 years. Founded during the First World War in Akron, Ohio, General Tyre was the first manufacturer to think of introducing the “replacement tyre”.

In its long an industrious history there is no sector of the tyre market that the brand has not been a part of: from cars, to off-road, to trucks and bikes. A tyre that bears General Tyre’s mark is recognised as being reliable, strong and easy to handle.

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All tyres by General

Grabber UHP

The Grabber UHP features a silica tread compound for excellent handling and traction in both wet and dry conditions.

Prices from £229.34

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Grabber AT3

Prices from £136.68 to £307.75

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Grabber TR

Developed for use on new cars and light trucks, The Grabber TR provides a versatile blend of ride quality, noise comfort, treadwear, handling and year-round traction, even in light snow.

Prices from £139.38 to £199.88

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HTS

The HTS’ impressive tread pattern ensures that this tyre can cope almost as well off the road as it does on it.

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Snow Grabber Plus (Winter Tyre)

The General Snow Grabber Plus (Winter Tyre) 4x4 Tyres are 4x4 Tyres that come in 25 different variants. The special compound in winter tyres allows them to remain softer in low temperatures - offering more grip, better braking and precise handling. Purchase the right tyre for you today.

Prices from £123.06 to £250.09

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Grabber HP

The General HP offers fantastic levels of grip, road holding and steering response. They are also very quiet when used on the motorway.

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Grabber A/S 365

The General Grabber A/S 365 are 4x4 Tyres that come in 9 different variants. Purchase the right tyre for you today.

Prices from £141.85 to £185.14

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Grabber A/T Sport-W

The General Grabber A/T Sport-W 4x4 Tyres are 4x4 Tyres that come in 1 variant. The Grabber A/T Sport-W model comes in a 18 inch rim size.

Prices from £148.27

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Grabber GT Plus

The General Grabber GT Plus are 4x4 Tyres that come in 24 different variants. Buy these tyres today with Blackcircles.

Prices from £117.02 to £320.17

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Frequent Asked Questions

Who owns General tyres?

General tyres are owned by German tyres manufacturing company Continental AG. The company was founded in 1915 as General Tire Rubber Company, which was purchased by Continental AG in 1987. General branded products have since been under the leading tyre manufacturing company's banner.

Who and where do General tyres get manufactured?

Since General are owned by leading tyre manufacturers Continental AG, General tyres are manufactured by Continental. General tyres are manufactured in various locations throughout the United States, including Illinois, Ohio, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, and Kentucky.

Is it General tyres or General tires?

The difference in spelling between tyres & tires depends on the type of English language a certain nation uses. In the United Kingdom, General would market their products as 'tyres', as the UK uses British English as their language and grammar. In the United States, where they use American English, the word is spelled 'tires'.

How many miles do General tyres last?

General tyres typically have a lifespan of 40,000 to 50,000 miles, varying based on driving habits and road conditions.

Understanding General tyre codes

To fully grasp the important details about your tyres, it is essential to understand the codes assigned to them. These codes, comprising numbers and letters, provide valuable information about tyre size, construction type, load index, and speed rating. By deciphering these codes, you can unlock crucial insights into the specific characteristics and capabilities of your tyres, empowering you to make informed decisions regarding the selection of the most suitable tyres for your vehicle.

Are Continental and General tyres the same?

No, Continental and General tyres are not the same. Although both brands are under the ownership of Continental AG, they have different tyre lines and target markets. Continental tyres are known for their premium quality and are designed for passenger cars, SUVs, and high-performance vehicles. General tyres, on the other hand, offer a more budget-friendly option with a balance between affordability and performance.