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Different Tyres for Different Conditions
In general, tyres look basically the same to the untrained eye but there are many different types of tread available that suits different driving conditions. There are different variety’s that will help you get so you will get the best performance from your vehicle. There are many different brands available at varied price ranges to suit all budgets.
Most new vehicles are fitted with all season tyres but as different people have different styles of driving, you may want to consider fitting a new set of tyres to your vehicle that may save you some money in the long run. You will need to figure out your driving style first to get the perfect match.
We will in this post discuss some of the tyres available to you to help you with your research.
Weather Tyres:This version is one of the most popular choices and sell very well as they can handle most basic weather conditions. These are not so good however for the more extreme conditions like bad icy conditions. It is recommended to have a spare set of tyres that you can fit if the weather takes a turn for the worst in the winter months and it will be a worthwhile investment.
Fuel Efficient Tyres:Fuel is expensive but without it your can will not run so if you can make your car get the most out of the amount that you put in all the better and with this type of tyre fitted it is possible to save on the fuel cost. Fuel Efficient Tyres are graded from A to F with A being the best and F not as good. The way that this type of tyre works is that they reduce the friction that is produced while the wheel is in contact with the road.
Van Tyres:Due to a van being generally a working vehicle it will most likely carry a heavier load on a daily basis and for this the tyre that you choose should have good support.
4X4 Vehicle Tyres:High performing tyres are needed for these type of vehicles as you will need a good grip on the road while driving. For off-roading in muddy and wet conditions there are a couple of versions available which are all terrain and mud terrain.
Performance Tyres:A deflation can happen with a tyre due to a nail or glass penetrating it and there are certain types of tyre that you can slow down the puncture for safety purposes. These are more expensive that your usual tyre but are a worthwhile investment.
Caravan and Motorhome:A motorhome or a caravan do not normally cover as many miles than your car or van but you will need good support as the load may be quite heavy.