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2019/11/28

What does rolling resistance mean?

Rolling resistance refers to the energy consumed in the deformation that takes place when the tyre grips the road. Rolling resistance affects fuel consumption, thereby also affecting carbon dioxide e...

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2019/08/20

What are the effects of wet grip?

Wet grip is an essential safety factor, particularly in summer tyres. It communicates the tyre's maneuverability on wet roads. EU tyre label states the tyres braking distance on wet asphalt from a...

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2019/08/20

How do I know what is a winter tyre?

By law, a winter tyre must contain at minimum the M+S marking, but in practice, for harsh winter conditions the tyre should also have the "three peak mountain symbol" or "snowflake symb...

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2019/08/20

When are drivers required to use winter tyres?

Winter tyres must be used on cars and vans in December, January, and February. Exceptions include temporary transfers for sale, repair, or inspection....

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2019/08/20

How are tyres maintained?

Always perform a visual assessment for tyres before driving, and inspect more closely every 3-4 weeks. Quick checks can improve driving safety and comfort, and extend the life of tyres....

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