While selecting the tyres for your vehicle you should see that the tyres have personified quality which means it should be rated as under UTQG (Uniform Tyre Quality Grading System) and rating of traction that helps in analysing the gripping quality of tyres when they are in wet condition. This is usually tested in rainy season when roads are wet. So, if you are in Wolverhampton and thinking of purchasing a new tyre for your bike or car then you should purchase from a reputed tyre making agency. According to your budget, you can also purchase cheap tyres in Wolverhampton. Cheap does not mean low quality.
Understanding Car tyre codes
Whenever you go for purchasing a tyre, you see the standard markings that help in selecting the right size and correct type. It is quite complicated for the buyers to understand. For example P175/65R14 82H is written on a tyre then it stands for:
- P: Passenger category
- 175: It is actually the width of the section (given in mm) that is taken into account when tyre is made to fit in the rim, inflated with pressure when no load is there on the vehicle.
- 65: It stands for the percentage of tyre profile. It is the ratio between the section width and section height of a tyre.
- R: It stands for tyre quality here it is radial which is often used in most tyre types.
- 14: It tells the diameter of rim.
- 82: It refers to rate of loading index that how much load can that particular tyre bear.
- H: It usually refers to the speed index of a tyre telling at what speed the tyre can be made to run.
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