Technically Run Flat tires can be installed on any vehicle, but we recommend installing them only to vehicles designed to be installed with Run Flat tires.
Yes. The rolling resistance of a Run Flat tire is bigger than that of a tire with a normal construction.
If a Run Flat tire has been driven empty - even over a short distance - we recommend replacing it with an entirely new tire.
Installing Run Flat tires doesn't require speciality equipment and can be installed in most tire service centers.
Nokian Run Flat tires can be driven with no air pressure for 30 miles on a fully loaded car and for 100 miles when driving alone.
Nokian Run Flats tires can be installed on ordinary rims, while several other manufacturers' products require special rims.