Most people want to mount all-terrain tires instead of all-season tires because they look great on SUVs, CUVs, or pickups. As a bigger is better moonie, I’m totally into this idea. However, mounting all-terrain tires is a double-edged sword. They can give you great advantages regarding traction, yet, they can destroy your highway driving comfort […]
Run Flat Tires vs Regular Tires
Run flat and regular tires are the two different types of passenger tires. They look the same from the outside, however, when it comes to the inner structure, they become dissimilar significantly. Regular tires are vulnerable to any outside effects like nails or even sharp rock. If you get flat, you have to change this […]
How Close to Sidewall Can a Tire be Patched?
A damaged tire can be fixed with a patch. Some might not know this but tire patching is liable to regulations. Therefore, inaccurate tire patching might invalidate your car insurance in case of an accident. Due to avoid this, the location of the damage can be one of the biggest decision-makers in repairability. Especially, the […]
What is a Radial Tire?
A radial tire is the most common tire construction for all types of tires but earthmover tires. Radial tire construction is the latest tire construction type. Hence, it’s the most sophisticated one. The idea behind the radial tires is simple. While helping tires to preserve their shape(prevent uneven wearing and offers longer tread life), also […]
What does ZR Mean on a Tire?
If you have a vehicle with a high-speed capability, you’re more likely to see ZR at the tire size instead of R. Well, ZR indicates the high-speed capability of your tire. ZR basically means your tire is adapted for above 149 mph/h speed. Normally, tire size(how to read it?) contains the R letter to indicate […]