Dedicated to wet weather tyre safety, Uniroyal are credited with designing the world’s first rain tyre in 1969. Due to their commitment to wet weather technology, Uniroyal are globally recognised as leaders in this field. Uniroyal are a brand of Continental.
Designed to deliver excellent aquaplaning resistance, the RainSport 3 provides high performance in all summer weather conditions. Rated an ‘A’ for its ‘Wet Grip’ by the EU Tyre Label, this tyre provides excellent handling capabilities for superior control and steering in wet conditions.
Designed to deliver excellent aquaplaning resistance and impressive fuel economy, the RainExpert 3 is ideal for both mid-range cars and 4x4s. Constructed using Uniroyal’s innovative Shark Skin Technology, this tyre features longitudinal grooves that work to evacuate water and minimise water turbulence for superior wet weather performance.
The Ralleye 4x4 Street provides excellent driving pleasure and superior handling capabilities in wet weather and more severe road conditions. Designed with an innovative double V-shaped tread pattern this tyre is optimised to rapidly evacuate water from the tread in both longitudinal and transverse directions for excellent aquaplaning resistance.
Ideal for vans and light trucks, the RainMax 2 provides superior gripping capabilities and greater protection against aquaplaning. This tyre is constructed with an increased number of grooves and multiple gripping edges which work to maintain contact with the surface of the road for short braking distances on wet and dry roads as well as an enhanced handling performance.
Uniroyal are leaders in the field of wet weather tyre technology and have gained critical acclaim due to their innovative developments including Shark Skin Technology.
For technical information on Uniroyal please visit the manufacturer's website www.uniroyal.co.uk
Merityre offer extremely competitive prices across a range of different tyre sizes, so contact your nearest fitting branch to check our latest tyre deals. It is possible on some cars to fit a different tyre brand from the tyres that are currently on the car so it's worth investigating your options by speaking to our tyre specialists although some car manufacturers may recommend using the same brand of tyres that originally came on the vehicle as they may have worked with a specific tyre manufacturer to develop a tyre that can improve the car's performance.
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