All brands of car tires can be divided into several categories
The first is premium brands, the manufacturers of which are large corporations with their own research centers, thousands of jobs and a constantly updated assortment of high-tech products.
These include corporations such as Bridgestone Michelin Goodyear Continental Pirelli Dunlop Yokohama Hankook Cooper Nokain
The second category is subsidiary brands that are owned by companies of the first category. This is BF Goodrich (Michelin), Gislaved (Nokian), etc. They can often produce quite competitive and high-quality tires at a price that is noticeably lower than a premium parent brand.
The third category is low-market companies and their brands, such as Ambassador, Dayton, General Tire, GT Radial, Kingstar, Kormoran, Maxxis, Riken, Sumitomo, Tigar, Viking and others. They produce cheap tires of appropriate quality.
And, finally, the remaining can be safely attributed to consumer goods and noname. Here you can usually only guess about the quality of tires.