How to Choose Tyres

Your Tyre is the Key Contact Point to the Road

While flat tyres are instantly noticeable (as it is almost impossible to drive your vehicle), tyres wearing out would be a gradual process affecting traction, braking ability and your overall safety.
As a guideline, tyres should be changed when the tread is down to 1.6mm, as it will no longer be safe.
Different types of tyres performs in different aspects and addresses varrying needs. Tyres typically comes in three different types of designs: Directional, Symmetrical, Asymmetrical.
Search for your tyres either via the tyre size and tyre brands, or the car make and model that you drive. Whether you drive a Mercedes Benz, a BMW, a Volkswagen, an Audi, a Toyota or a Nissan, you will always be able to find the best tyre to meet your needs and budget.


Choose Your Perfect Fit

Directional Design

For Sports Handling

Symmetrical Design

For Comfort and Low Noise

Asymmetrical Design

For Balanced, All Rounded Performance

Our tyre experts at OTOPAC have derived
an easy-to-understand summary of
each design and its unique characteristics.

A driver who loves the thrill of speed and navigating sharp corners

For speed lover in you
A driver who wants a less bumpy ride and tyres that last

Great for drivers with kids
A driver who wants a combination of good control and low noise

For drivers who prides speed and comfort
Tyre Noise Reduction
Wet Grip Strength
Treadwaer Durability
Fuel Efficiency