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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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In a series of Tyre Safety campaigns over one year, more than 100 service engineers from ATMA member companies carried out safety checks covering over 22000 tyres across New Delhi, Chennai, Mysore, Chandigarh and Greater Noida.
One disturbing thing about these second hand tyres is that there is this heartless tendency by the dealers to polish and re-furrow the treads with a wood curvier's knife in order for them to attract customers by making the tyres look like they are still in a good condition.
Nokian Tyres supplies innovative tyres for cars, trucks and special heavy machinery mainly in areas with special challenges on tyre performance like snow, forests and harsh driving conditions in different seasons.
Using the tyres beyond the TWI will jeopardise safety," he said.
The All Pakistan Tyre Importers and Dealers (APTIDA) reports that the Chinese variety is not just a bargain at Rs2,000 apiece less, it competes with the smuggled ones and is definitely superior to the locally produced tyres.
Bridgestone has always been keen on value-added services like training programmes on preventive maintenance of tyres, conducting safety check campaigns, etc for key clientele.
By having smart sensors on commercial vehicle tyres, motorists will feel safe that the bus or truck in front or at the back of them will not suddenly skid because of tyre burst," he noted.
Buying a used tyre with 2mm of tread left is far less economical than buying a Old tyre new tyre with 7mm.
All tyres -- including the spare -- should be checked regularly.
Do a visual inspection of your tyres regularly, especially after hitting a pothole, road debris or a curb.
The Home Safely on Safe Tyres campaign highlights the importance of tyres in keeping drivers and their young passengers safe while on the roads.
The association with Continental Tyres will help Mercedes-Benz to introduce a range of BIS(Bureau of Indian Standards) certified tyres for the current product offering that offers high performance, comfort and safety for customers