BFGOODRICH® – TRACTION T/A
TRACTION T/A Tires by BFGoodrich®. Season: All Season. Type: Performance. Specially designed for those drivers who travel a lot around the country and have to drive in various weather conditions, all-season tires are definitely a bang for the buck. They provide stable handling and year-around traction to ensure comfortable and safe driving.
- Allow for responsive handling in any weather conditions
- Enhanced traction and superb cornering, even in light snow
- Optimized tread pattern design
- Durable, damage-resistant construction
- Provide long-lasting service
Forget about those unnecessary expenses from the budget associated with switching between summer and winter tires. All-season tires are an ultimate traction solution for any car or truck owner as they give them freedom from the money-spending cycle, providing a reliable, year-round service. The tires are designed to work perfectly in any weather conditions: during low temperatures in the wet or snow and high temperatures in the dry. Such superb performance is assured thanks to a tough, abrasion-resistant construction of the tires and their unique tread design. What you get is superb cornering and steering response, enhanced traction, and quiet ride. Stop throwing your money and time away and go with the All-Season Tires that are offered at CARiD at more than reasonable prices.
The Goodrich Corporation, formerly the B.F. Goodrich Company, was an American aerospace manufacturing company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was founded in Akron, Ohio in 1870 as Goodrich, Tew & Co. by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich. The company name was changed to the "B.F. Goodrich Company" in 1880, to BFGoodrich in the 1980s, and to "Goodrich Corporation" in 2001. In 1869, Benjamin Franklin Goodrich purchased the Hudson River Rubber Company, a small business in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. The following year, Goodrich accepted an offer of $13,600 from the citizens of Akron, Ohio, to relocate his business there. The company grew to be one of the largest tire and rubber manufacturers in the world, helped in part by the 1986 merger with Uniroyal (formerly the United States Rubber Company). This product line was sold to Michelin in 1988, and the company merged with Rohr (1997), Coltec Industries, and TRW Aeronautical Systems (formerly Lucas Aerospace) in 2002. The sale of the specialty chemicals division and subsequent change to the current name completed the transformation.