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LS188+

Designed for smaller passenger car applications and ideally suited to urban and motorway driving. The LS188+ offers a good balance of performance in demanding driving conditions.

  • Three longitudinal grooves for exceptional wet-weather drainage
  • Four main tread blocks designed to perform in dry conditions
  • Optimised pitch alignment for superior noise reduction
Aquaplaning Resistance Fuel Efficient Low Noise
Optimised Tread Design
Optimised computer-aided design process has optimised the tread patch and alignment, reducing noise levels at higher speeds
Wet-Grip Sipes and Grooves
Added sipes and grooves improve aquaplaning resistance and provide better handling on wet roads
Dry Grip
Tread design creates a much larger contact area which allows better stability, cornering and control
Advanced Tread Compound
Advanced silica tread compound boosts rolling resistance and helps improve fuel efficiency

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Tyre Size Guide

A : SECTION
The normal width of the tyre
B : PROFILE
The aspect ratio, this mark represents the height of the tyre sidewall
C : RIM
The diameter of the tyres inner rim in inches
D : LOAD
Load capacity of the tyre
E : SPEED
The maximum speed for this tyre at full load

Understanding The EU Tyre Label

Fuel Efficiency

Rolling resistance has a direct impact on fuel consumption. A tyre's rolling resistance score ranges from A to G. Over the life of the tyre, fitting an A rated tyre could save you up to 6 litres more fuel every 625 miles - when compared to a G rated tyre.

Wet Grip

A tyre's wet grip capacity is expressed in Grades from A to G. The difference in braking distances between each grade is roughly 3m - an average car length. This makes average stopping distance between an A and G rated tyre 18m. That's 4 car lengths.

Noise Levels

The exterior noise grade of a tyre is expressed in decibels - accompanied by one, two or three sound waves, with one wave being the best noise level performance. To achieve the best grade, a tyre’s noise level must be at least 3dB under the legal limit set by the EU.