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Featured 03 Sep
Different Weather Has Different Tyre Needs
Different Weather Has Different Tyre Needs

You might get surprised when we will tell you that your Tyres need to change in different weather! Tyres are just like people, just like we wear different clothes in different seasons because our body tells us to keep ourselves warm or cold in the same way Tyres also needs change. There are various Tyre types, some are all made for all seasons and some are strictly related to different weather conditions, so how to choose the best Tyre for your car? Before you select one particular type of Tyre make sure that you go through all the variety of Tyres available and it’s imperative that it should meet your driving style and requirements too!  

Seasonal Tyre
With seasons your Tyre requirement depends on your vehicle as well! Did you know that a van and a normal car have a different Tyre need! Here comes the difference, you see thousands of cars, bikes, buses, trucks every day but still, we remain unaware of the types of Tyres used.

Let’s explore which Tyre type is suitable for your drive.

  • Performance Tyres 

As the name suggests performance Tyres give your drive more responsive handling, a perfect grip every time you are on the road and a sporty feel when you accelerate on your journey. If you are looking for performance Tyres for your car then Ajmera Tyres are one of the best Tyre dealers in Nagpur, Amravati and PuneMaking of performance Tyres requires advanced skill and technology and they are not manufactured everywhere, such Tyres can be considered premium.

If weather conditions around you are dry then these are best for your vehicle. They give fair winter traction. So, if you are looking for a reasonable ride and tread life for your vehicle then go ahead with performance Tyres!

  • Winter Tyres   

Winter Tyres are designed to provide maximum traction in snowy, icy, and wet conditions. When the temperature drops they still remain flexible in cold conditions because they are optimized already and protect you in bad snowy weather helping you to stay safe.

If you are someone who lives in a snow-covered area then make sure that your car Tyres are of the right type.

  • Energy Saving Tyres

We live in urban areas with high pollution levels and are not bothered about the future. There are many ways in which we can contribute towards a sustainable environment even if it is a small contribution it matters. Energy-saving Tyres are designed in such a way that it has low levels of rolling friction hence low fuel consumption and low CO2 emission in the atmosphere. Another benefit is you can save a bit too if your vehicle is using less fuel. Maximum manufacturers use energy-saving Tyres to ensure low fuel consumption.

You can get more information from any Tyre shop in Nagpur, it’s important to know what you own! 

  • Run Flat Tyres

Have you experienced a flat Tyre? Anyone who owns a car is familiar with Tyre puncture. Run-flat Tyres are designed in a way to maintain your safety when your Tyre gets punctured with thick and reinforced sidewalls, they help you cover short distances even with a flat Tyre.

  • Summer Tyres

Summer Tyres or standard Tyres are one of the most commonly used Tyres and are high performing and are designed to cope in temperatures above 60°c. They have great stability and grip due to the presence of soft rubber, also they provide resistance in rainy seasons and prevent aquaplaning.

Apart from the Tyre variety above, there is one category of Tyre which has an altogether different construction and is made with a combination of winter and summer Tyres technology. The advantage of such Tyres is that they perform well in different seasons but these all-season Tyres cannot replace the performance of separate winter and summer Tyres as they are not optimised in the same way.  

Overall, be cautious and vigilant when you are buying a car, make sure you don’t compromise with the quality and safety of your drive.

Choose wisely, drive long life!!

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Featured 03 Sep
Get To Know Why Tire Tread Matters
Get To Know Why Tire Tread Matters

 

You must be thinking, what is tire tread? The part of the tire that is in direct contact with the road surface is called the tire Tread. This part is indeed very important because no matter how your road is it is your tires that provide you comfort and safety. So basically it makes your driving experience worth it. You must have seen it closely and you must have observed a pattern on it that is called the Tread Pattern.

 

Tread has various components if we go in detail such as tread blocks, sipes, ribs, cross slots, and grooves. These elements of tire touch the road and can be considered some basic information when we talk about tire tread. So that when your car is at a speed of 150 km/h road you don’t get to feel inside your car. You can easily find a tire tread checkup center in Nagpur to ensure your tires are in perfect shape!

Tyre Tread
All-season summer tire- close up of tread block and sipes that help in evacuating water

  1. Tread Block

    The next time you go on a drive just see that on your tire there are large pieces of rubber coming outwards from the tire’s surface. Tread blocks are the real soldiers fighting with the road and everything that comes in its way. Without tread blocks you just cannot imagine traction/friction, they may seem a small part but their role is crucial. When the car stops or brakes are applied they offer a “bite effect” and help to maintain a grip with the road.  

  2. Sipes
    Moving more deeper between the tread blocks and edges of tread pattern you can see small and narrow grooves named sipes, tread design is complex for a reason. During rainy days when there is water logging everywhere specifically in India, these sipes help in displacing water underneath the tire which makes your drive comfortable on wet surfaces and keeps your vehicle stable.

  3. Grooves
     

    The tread pattern has a continuous channel around it named grooves, these grooves have 2 roles to play in tire first being it helps in bending/flexing and moving of the tire tread on the road, this in turn gives your tire a firm grip while driving. Also, these grooves wipe off the water when the road is wet. For this reason, the car in cities with heavy rainfall always has more groove density and high sipe.     

     

    Now let’s find the role of tread pattern during monsoon

     

    There are many places in the world where the sun is barely seen and it is mostly snowing or raining. For people living in such places tread depth matters way too much, more deeper your tread the more water it’ll be able to displace.

     

    When tire tread depth is low, the vehicle basically moves on the water which is known as hydroplaning. So your tire loses all contact with the road and is riding above water and there is no traction meaning your car can slide!

     

    There are few instruments like tire tread depth gauge which measure the depth of the top of the tread rubber to the bottoms’ deepest grooves, by measuring the depth you are aware and alert!

Conclusion

 

In a car, everything is connected and dependent on different parts. When we apply brakes it’s the tires that make that happen. Your tire condition decides to move and stop at a particular time while you are driving. To be on the safer side always make sure that you take good care of all the parts of your car from time to time by getting good service, especially your tires as they are the only parts in contact with the road.

Drive safe!!

 

 

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