Keeping your tyres inflated to the correct pressures is crucial to ensure your tyres work for you. An over inflated tyre can have a negative affect on its grip performance, as can under inflation. As well as affecting the performance, incorrect tyres pressures can also cause uneven and premature tyre wear. Your cars fuel economy can also suffer due to incorrect pressures. We are always more than happy to check your tyre pressures free of charge. We also offer a free tyre condition check.
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205 - This is the nominal width of the tyre in mm's
55 - Profile. The height of the sidewall. It is measured
as a percentage of the nominal width.
16 - This is the diameter of the rim fitment in inches.
91 - This is the load index rating.
V - This is the speed rating.
Tyre labelling is a simple way to indicate the performance specification of the tyre.
The chart on the top left gives a rating for fuel economy.
The Top right chart gives a rating on wet grip.
The lower section is a noise rating.
The information provided on these labels is provided
by the tyre manufacturer, not an independent body.
Under inflation causes your tyres to wear excessively on the edges.
Keeping your tyres inflated to the correct pressures will help them wear evenly.
Over inflation causes your tyres to wear excessively down the centre.