How To Find The Best Summer Tyres For Your Vehicle  

Summer Tyres

With summer approaching, you might want to purchase a new set of tyres for your vehicle. Some people always ask, where can I find the best summer tyres for my vehicle? With the wide range of tyres out in the market today, it is not very easy and since most people have limited knowledge about tyres. They don’t fully understand the importance of the tyres as a safety feature and how important the selection is for the overall safety of the vehicle.

There are a few good ways if you don’t know much about tyres. One is to search about tyres on the Internet. Check for car magazines tyre tests and check tyre reviews, this can give you some indications of what tyres are good for certain circumstances. Your vehicle and your driving habits do play an important role in your selection.

You can also ask the car dealer from where you purchased your vehicle; to see which tyres they recommend for your specific model; this can often help if you have some special model or a high-performance vehicle. The tyre that it came with might also give you some guidance on what type of tyre they recommended for your car.

The EU tyre label is also meant to guide consumers to do a better and more informed tyre selection. The tyre label highlights three different tyre features, such as the wet grip. The wet grip gives you an indication of how quickly you can get your vehicle to stop if you drive on a wet road. Braking distance is always associated with safety, whereas if you can stop quicker you are more likely to stay away from accidents. Wet conditions are also more challenging than dry conditions as it is slippery, so they highlight the more challenging one out of the two.

The tyre label also shows the rolling resistance of the tyre. A low rolling resistance will yield a lower fuel consumption and lower environmental impact when driving. Selecting a lower resistance will save you money while you drive. Rolling resistance is also associated with wear, as the resistance creates heat, which will cause your tyres to wear out faster. You will therefore need to replace your tyres earlier than intended. Finally, the tyre label indicates the tyre noise level when driving. This has an impact on the driving comfort, so if you are very keen on having a very quiet vehicle with as low disturbance as possible then this will be a key figure for you.

Based on these three, you can make a selection of the best tyre for you. In my mind it is good to start with some basic research to understand which tyres work good on your type of vehicle, read the tyre tests and then use the EU tyre label as a final decision maker once I have narrowed down the field to a few good candidates. If you just run around the tyre shop comparing these three values, you might get mixed up and not the best tyres for your vehicle. It is worth noting that the tyre label works better for summer than winter tyres, as there is no snow grip indicated and the tests are not done

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