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Passion, pride and performance are BFGoodrich® values that have stood the test of time. As a maker of superior performance tires, we’re proud to say we’ve been passionately performance-driven since the beginning.
It’s what led us on the pursuit of creating truck tires tough enough to tackle some of roughest terrain on the planet, yet still maintain excellent road manners. That’s why more champions of the grueling SCORE Baja races have won with BFGoodrich® tires and why the tire with more rock crawling victories bears the BFGoodrich® name.
BFGoodrich®'s performance prowess doesn't stop where the pavement starts. BFGoodrich® street tires have racked up impressive accomplishments over the years — from creating the first street tire to capture the pole position at the 24 Hours of Le Mans to creating an entirely new level of street tires, the extreme performance category. So it’s no wonder why top driving schools like Ford Mustang Racing School and Skip Barber High Performance Driving School, use BFGoodrich® tires exclusively.
Whatever thrill you’re chasing, BFGoodrich® tires will make sure your vehicle’s up to the challenge. The question is: Are you driver enough?
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Best wet and dry traction vs. leading competitors.¹
Stops up to 15 feet shorter on wet roads and up to 5 feet shorter on dry roads vs. leading competitors.²
Better snow traction than leading competitors.³
¹ Based on internal dry handling and internal wet and dry autocross test results using a 1995 BMW M3 lightweight and a 2011 BMW 328i vs. General® G-Max AS-03 and Yokohama® AVID ENVigor tires in size 225/45 ZR17.
² Based on internal wet and dry braking test results using a 2011 BMW 328i vs. General® G-Max AS-03, Yokohama® AVID ENVigor and Hankook® Ventus S1 Noble2 tires in size 225/45 ZR17.
³ Based on third-party commissioned snow spin traction test results vs. General® G-Max AS-03, Yokohama® AVID ENVigor and Hankook® Ventus S1 Noble2 tires in size 225/45 ZR17. Snow traction performance may vary depending upon factors such as road conditions, weather and environment, driver performance, etc. Snow Spin Traction Test (GM Spin) following ASTM F1805 (for Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard [FMVSS] No. 139 [Passenger Car]).
Features race-proven CoreGard™ Technology to take on the toughest road hazards with confidence.
Extends your adventure.
Exceeds RMA Severe Snow Traction Performance requirements.³
¹ Improvement depends on the size of the tire purchased. 20% improvement based on internal sidewall splitting test results derived from a simulated sidewall aggression testing machine (patent pending US20120245859A1) vs. BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO tire in size LT265/70R17. Actual on-road results may vary.
² On-road: Based on internal wear tests vs. BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO tire in size LT 265/70R17. Off-road: Based on commissioned third-party gravel endurance tests vs. BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO tire in size LT 265/70R17.
³ Snow test: Based on third-party snow traction tests vs. BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO tire in size LT 265/70R17 using the ASTM F1805 Test.
Mud test: Based on internal subjective mud testing vs. the BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO tire in size LT 265/70R17
Way back in April 1921, a group of tire dealers met at the old Automobile Club of America on West 54th Street and founded our association pledged, "To do business on the square." J.R. Benedict of the Hewitt Rubber Company, a tire manufacturer, called the initial meeting. Jerome T. Shaw of Tires magazine assisted in arranging the first meeting. In 1934, the association held its largest meetings and took an outstanding part in problems as they related to the independent tire dealer. It was at this time the name was changed to Greater New York Tire & Battery Association. In June 1937, the association entered into a contract with Charles F. Root under which Mr. Root assumed the general management of the organization.
For many years, no apparent need for a local organization seemed to exist and the only function held was the annual dinner dance. In 1969, Bert Schwarz asked Fred Dresdale, a past president of the National Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association and a member of our local organization, to take the presidency. Under Fred's guidance, along with the help of men like Al Hansel, Dan Chiswick, Harry Jaffess, Steve German, Frank L. Cohen and Herb King, the organization was revitalized. The name was changed again to the Greater New York Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association. In 1989, the Officers and Board of Directors enacted a new set of by-laws to encompass the entire state of New York. Hence, the new name of the organization, the New York Tire Dealers Association. So if you need tires in New York, check out some of our members today!
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