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With wide and stabile tread, Excellent traction and adhesion. Designed to deliver exceptional operator comfort and for articulated trucks.

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Q:How to choose car tires
Buy tires first to determine the specifications of the original vehicle tires. Usually the car tire size logo is *** / ** R ** * part is the number
Q:how to tell my car tires need to be changed? what tires are best for corolla?
SA,, as suggested to see what is highly rated and what would be best for your driving needs. Your Corolla S either has the tire size of 195/65-15 or 195/55-16. There are great tires available to you in either size. Some really good budget prices tires in definitely available. Allow me to suggest a few: Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring Best tire currently available in your size. Expensive at more than 100 a tire, but worth it. If you have the $$ get them. Hankook Optimo H727 Excellent budget priced tire. Perfect for your Toyota if you simply need a comfortable, long lasting tires of good quality. Can handle snow too, if needed. Probably your best choice. Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Outstanding touring all season tire. Neck and neck with the Hankook H727.
Q:Can the car tire lose pressure?
Certainly not, no gas when the tire wall on the paste, the tire wall is relatively thin, can not be used to walk, easy to tire damage caused by tire scrapped.
Q:What are the load and speed levels on the tires?
For example, the car tire size 205 / 55R16 91V 91 represents the tire load index, V represents the tire speed level.
Q:What should I go by for filling up my tires?
Go by the trunk sticker. The pressure on the tire is only the maximum pressure the tire is rated for. Auto manufacturers do not make their own tires. They design a car and compare appropriate tires from big name tire companies like Goodyear, Michelin, BF Goodrich etc, and simply buy and throw their tires on their cars. Auto manufacturers determine the appropriate tire pressure for safety, fuel economy, and maximum tire life for their vehicles, so its best to go by what they say.
Q:What is the flattening ratio of car tires?
The height of the tire is the percentage of the tire width
Q:Can the car tire break the insurance?
You should be aware of when the insurance, there is no tire insurance, which is consumables, which seems like the company will be silly to protect this
Q:Do you really need winter tires?
Not if it is not snowing or you have icy roads but.............. Winter Tires are designed to deliver safety and control in snow, ice, and cold weather conditions. Many people think that all-season tires can deliver this same performance, but this is not true. The superior traction that winter tires deliver, as much as a 25 to 50 percent increase over all-season tires, can very well be the margin you need to stop in time or turn to avoid trouble.
Q:What circumstances need to change car tires
According to the tire wear, according to the tire shelf life: the tire will have four digits on the side of the tires indicate the date of manufacture of the tire, the first two representatives of the number of weeks, the last two representatives of the year. The use of tires generally do not exceed three years, mileage of not more than 60,000 km. Although slightly over the years and mileage also hinder the overall situation, but the winter low temperature and summer rain will make the tire wetlands grip and dry handling "stretched." More attention to the side wall: With the gradual aging of tire rubber, tire sidewalls will appear deep lines. But as long as the tire sidewall without impact, the cord is not broken, you can continue to use. The triangular mark on the sidewall of the tire can help the owner find a protrusion in the groove of the crown, and determine the actual wear limit of the tire, which should be greater than 1.6 mm.
Q:You should rotate your vehicle's tires to?
A -- Equalize tire wear, which also yields (b) which is to increase fuel efficiency. The front tires typically wear more, because they have to steer the car, do most of the braking and they have a more complex alignment. In modern front-wheel driven car, they also do the acceleration and they carry most of the car's weight. The wear is accelerated when driving in the city or in bendy roads, and when the driving style is not very gentle. Modern steel belted radial tires are more durable to tread wear, and to diagonal wear, so there is such a thing as rotating them too frequently, but this also depends on the tires' treadwear and brand. Tires will a lower treadwear will have a softer tread which will wear out sooner and require a more frequent rotation. Radial tires should be rotated where the front pair is switched with the rear pair, and without switching sides between left and right. Tire rotation should therefore take place between 20,000 to 30,000 kilometers of milleage, depending on those variables. If done carefully, it might extent tire milleage to about 80,000 kilometers overall.

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