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tires

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1. Milk sickness.
2. Trembles.
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"Being the pioneers of radials in India, we have done it yet again by introducing 'Smart Tyre' as an extension to our initiative of providing mobility solutions to both commercial and passenger vehicle owners.
'The size of the tyre must correspond to the vehicle because driving a vehicle with a tyre not corresponding to its specification can causes rapid erosion.
ua Use the correct tyre type and dimension for your vehicle.
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Besides the smuggled tyres, the company was also suffering from mis-declaration of tyre sizes to avoid duties and taxes, said Khan.
The evolving technology which is set to changing the future scenario of tyres, increasing mergers and acquisitions with a view to expand the retail network, the increasing use of tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) thus increasing the awareness of tyres and its functionality among consumers, strategic collaborations taking place between tyre manufacturers with famous non-tyre entities to promote brand value and better positioning of their tyres, increasing use of digital platform with which several consumers are able to buy through e-commerce, trend of switching to green tyres as an environment friendly option and decrease in the selling price of small tyres.
DRIVERS are risking their safety by choosing used tyres because they believe they are better value than new ones.
The CEO suggested the Federal Board of Revenue ensure that no tyre is sold in the market without proper documentation.
Tyres that are 20% under pressure are classed as dangerous to drive, and even as little as a 10% decrease in recommended pressure can result in reduced vehicle control and reduced tyre life.
Currently, he added, there are only a handful of tyre manufacturers competing against over 100 smuggled or heavily under invoiced tyre brands.
If a tyre is worn while the others are still intact, you may find it hard to control the movement of the vehicle.