Writing about the Primewell PS830
Driving on a combination of roads
for 40000 spirited
Have had many of these tires on this 1991 Chevy Caprice. Never any trouble other than one of eight did separate which every brand and type of tire have had exhibited this form of failure sometime. Owned over 100 vehicles. These tires are not suitable for vehicles with cheap strut type suspension! A standard type drive axle and/or dual "A" arm front suspension these tires are a great value. With struts, these tires lack the highly curved profile needed to have cheap strut suspension work with the tire well and will result in pretty much poor everything. Last about 40,000 miles with only one re-balance on the Caprice having used eight of these in total. Decent traction in all conditions. These tires are directional so be certain they roll in the desired direction. Also, I detest road feedback as that is completely useless vibration. The less the road is felt the better! Please note all the negative reviews except for possibly two are for front wheel drive strut suspension cars which these tires are not suitable for. These are also not light truck tires and not suitable for light trucks either as shown in the other two reviews. Classic rear wheel drive sedans are great! Picking the wrong tire for the application never gives good results!