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Quick-Guide To Automobile Tires

A QUICK GUIDE TO 堂 AUTOMOBILE TIRES 名 TYPES OF TIRES Different types of weather-specific tires have been developed to optimize safety all year round. They are tested through exposure to extreme cold and heat under controlled indoor conditions. WINTER SUMMER /PERFORMANCE Mud and snow capable, flexible tread, short tread life, safe below 0°C Superior grip, short tread life, rougher ride, safest above 7°C ALL-WEATHER ALL-SEASON Water-repellant, maximİzed traction, safe for temperatures above and below 0° Optimized wet-grip tread channels, long tread life, quiet ride, safest above 7°C TIRE PRESSURE Optimal pressure levels are essential for preserving the life of automobile tires, promoting a safe and steady ride, and helping to prevent flats. According to the Canadian Rubber Association, improper tire inflation causes 75% of flats and 250,000 Canadian road accidents per year. Low tire pressure increases road friction, wasting up to 5% of each tank of gas or $500 of gas money per year. OK UNDER OVER PROPER INFLATION INFLATION INFLATION Causes rapid wear and Boosts impact damage Produces a smooth, tear of the tread shoulders risk and tread deterioration flat tread surface, through excessive flexing by putting to0 much pressure on the centre of the tires encouraging a safe and steady ride TIRE DEGRADATION CAUSES High Speeds that Overloading vehicles beyond load rate requirements (common in trucks, pickups, and SUVS) surpass a tire's km/h ratings - Environment hazards like potholes and road debris often cause unavoidable leading to burnt treads and tire tire damage blowouts SIGNS AND ADVICE Uneven tread: bald spots and uneven channel depth obvious to the touch Bulges or blisters: extreme weak spots and ruptures that mean tires need replacing ASAP Tire color: browning around the sidewalls or grey edging on the tires' shoulders SOURCES: in 8* ube You Automotive 1-866-994-2284 1-519-220-1650 TRAINING CENTRES

Quick-Guide To Automobile Tires

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Tires should never hit the pavement without an automotive pro giving them the go ahead. Professionals in auto careers can read tire sidewalls like safety manuals, identifying the information they nee...




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