A true benchmark for touring tires, the General AltiMAX RT Passenger Touring Tire is designed with you in mind. Designed for today's passenger cars and minivans, this stylish, high value General tire provides the perfect balance of comfort and performance. This General AltiMAX RT tire uses Visual Alignment Indicators (VAI) to extend the life of the tire by visually identifying vehicle misalignment. The General AltiMAX RT Tire features a twin cushion silica tread compound that delivers extraordinary ride comfort.
Review 1 for General AltiMAX RT Passenger Touring Tire 185/60R15
Not worth saving money
By Lucky41 ,
I replaced two of my older tyre with this one. While replacing I did some reasearch and found to be okay. The only reason I went for this one was the cost they were about 15$ cheaper than the average tire cost. I am cost concious person and drive my car very carefully. So its been about an year and 2 months that I put these tire on the car and have driven my car for about 6000 miles only. My regret is I did not bought warranty from Walmart. My first tire had a puncher about two months back (1 year from purchase) and when I went to puncher shop they said they can fix it. I ended up replacing the tire with Goodyear tire. Last week I had a puncher on other tire. Went to puncher shop - can not fix it. Either I had a bad luck since I never had puncher on my any of the other tire OR the quality of this tyre is not worth it. Moral... Avoid buying this tire. If at all you still want to buy, must buy warranty. For me it was not worth saving it by buying this tire. Not sure if you would have a better luck.... DO NOT BUY
Recommends this product? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:Longer than one year
Usage:Every few days
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Saint Louis MO
Lucky41 -- puncture how is it bad tire
Hello Lucky41, Sorry to hear about two flats but I am trying to understand how a tire going FLAT is contributed as bad tire. Any tire will go flat if road conditions are appropriate for it. If the flat was contributed due to bad tire quality then i would agree they are bad tires. However reading your review it did not sound like that is the case. Just curious to understand your story little better. Thanks
please explain to me what is a puncher... did you mean a puncture???