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|Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.50|
2010 Dodge Challenger
|Miles driven on tires:||38,900|
Initial Review, 38,900 Miles on Tires
I work and live in Germany serving those who are selflessly serving our country. Yes Germany, where there are still some roads left where you can let loose! Granted, poor choice of words when it comes to tires, but I have to say that these tires have done their job well so far. I have daily 104 mile commute and most of that is done on 80+ mph highway. Given the capabilities of the 5.7L HEMI in my Challenger, some of that Autobahn is dispensed with at speeds exceeding 100 mph. No, not bragging, just stating the facts. Those of you who have ever been to Germany will know that even at those speeds you still need to keep a very close eye on your rear view mirror. There's always someone faster than you over here! Having said that, I realize these comments won't be of much use for folks over in the US; however, suffice it to say that this is a great tire on dry roads at any speed. In the rain, at speeds exceeding 80 mph they're not so great, but then only a real rain tire would do now wouldn't it. BLUF: I would, and more than likely will, buy these tires again and have them shipped over here.