Run flat tyres looking at the benefits
Run flat tyres are a type of tyre designed for your safety. Their function is to continue to operate for a small period of time after the tyre has suffered a puncture.
With the upcoming winter conditions, safety is crucial when on the roads. Driving in the winter causes great concern for everyone due to road conditions being unpredictable. The best possible way to increase your safety in icy and snowy conditions is to equip the correct tyres depending on the time of year.
No matter how many times you have had to buy tyres in you driving journey, there are many things to take into consideration to make sure you’re making the right choice for your vehicle. One fo the main factors that may influence your decision is the price of the tyres. If you can’t decide to take the budget option or spend o something more premium, we have a few pros and cons to help your decision.
When picking a tyre it always helps to have the experts opinion, and for this tyre, it is only praise to be received. Land Rover Monthly have named Davantis Terratoura in the top ten tyres, even though it has been on sale for less than a year. These tyres have all been ranked on factors including tread depth, traction, load, weight, value and capacity and yet within such a short period of time has still managed to squeeze into the top 10.
As of the 1st of April 2021, Michelin have launched a new sport Ev range. These new sets of tyres have been designed with top of the range engineers. The tyres function especially well for electric sport vehicles, something that is becoming much more common in modern day. So what are the features of these new tyres?
The speed rating of tyres is something that may be unknown or easily ignored by many car owners. The speeding rate is a limit of how fast a tyre is allowed to go legally. Each tyre has an indention of letter and numbers that refer to factors such as method of construction, the width and the diameter amongst many other manufacturing factors. In order to find the tyre speeding rate, we look to the last digits of the code. Writing this down can help in future if a tyre replacement is needed, to ensure your vehicle is having the correct tyres installed for your safety.
Announced on the 15th of July 2020, in February 2021 tyres used on the front axles of heavy vehicles shall be banned. From February, this law shall apply to vehicles that meet these requirements;
* Front axle of a bus/coach .
* Rear axle of a minibus with single rear wheels fitted.
* Front axle of a good vehicle with a maximum gross weight of 3,500 kg or more
From thick heavy layers of snow to heatwaves we never saw coming, the UK has always had a vast spread of weather. And just as we adapt to these conditions with our clothing and activities, our driving is also something that should change along with it. Here a few tips to help you out as the seasons change.