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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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Using ordinary summer tyres I found driving a real challenge, with stopping distances in extreme braking far greater than with the winter tyres and on a slalom course the added grip from the new Continental tyres was evident.
The launch strengthens JK Tyre's position in the Indian market for its high-performance truck/bus and passenger car radials.
The indirect shareholding of BlackRock Inc in Nokian Tyres has increased to 6,962,041 shares, corresponding to 5.04% of Nokian Tyres' shares and voting rights.
The number of road accidents increases during the summers, said the official and hence it is important to check how old your tyre is.
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Why would you settle for lower quality tyres which can put your safety at risk, when you can have outstanding quality at very affordable prices?
According to Khan, the current demand for tyres of four-wheel vehicles is 13 million whereas the demand for tyres of two-wheel bikes has gone up to 17 million.
The global automotive tyre market research report has analysed various key players involved in the operations related to automotive tyres.
One in five car owners admit they have bought part-worn tyres and more than 10 per cent say they would do it again.
Apart from the new investment plant, the company, established to help meet the local demand for tyres, has also upgraded its capacity by investing a huge amount in the shape of latest equipment.
First place to check is at your feet: Your tyres are responsible for safely getting you from holiday point A to point B.