What does HTS mean on tires?

What does HTS mean on tires?

What does HTS mean on tires?

Highway Terrain, All Season
What does HTS mean on tires? The HTS stands for Highway Terrain, All Season. This indicates the tires’ designated performing surface (on and slight off-road traction in this case) and its weather application (dry, wet, and winter). Therefore the General Grabber HTS models are excellent highway, all season tires.

Are General Grabber HTS tires noisy?

This tire provides excellent wet or dry surface traction and handling. The steering response is precise and among the better tires of this type. Ride comfort on the highway is very good. You will not find bothersome road noise or bone-jarring bumps when riding on these tires.

How many miles are General Grabber tires good for?

For those of us with large amounts of highway miles in between our off-road stints, General’s tread life improvements are backed by a 60,000-mile (excludes LT and flotation sizes) and 50,000-mile (includes LT and flotation sizes) limited treadwear warranty.

Are General tires premium?

While General is not a premium brand, its tires offer plenty of ride comfort for buyers. General Tire products provide quiet performance similar to expensive, top-range models, resulting from General’s use of several noise-reduction features like Acoustic Modulation Sound Technology.

Where are General Grabber tires made?

With more than 100 years of experience in the tyre industry and as part of Continental – a leading tyre manufacturer based in Germany – General Tire delivers products you can rely on – no matter how challenging the terrain may be!

What does 99t mean on a tire?

Speed rating: This letter denotes the maximum sustainable speed and is found directly after the load index. For S-speed-rated tires, it’s 112 mph; for T, 118 mph. Speed ratings for other tires include Q, 99 mph; H, 130 mph; V, 149 mph; W, 168 mph; Y, 186 mph; and ZR, more than 149 mph.