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tires

(tī′ĕrz)
1. Milk sickness.
2. Trembles.
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Mismatched tyres can interfere with the overall balance and road grip of the vehicle, also accelerate wearing out of the new tyre(s) by transferring more weight on them.
FIFTY million tyres a year are used in this country.
To maximise road safety and prolong tyre life, a tyre''s pressure, tread depth and general condition should be checked regularly.
THE anti-dumping wing of the commerce ministry has launched an investigation into the import of cheap Chinese tyres into the country but domestic manufacturers are unhappy over the " slow pace" at which the government is proceeding on the issue.
Run-flat tyres are tyres that can be driven on with zero inflation pressure for limited distance at reduced speeds.
Tim Bailey, head of safety for Continental, said: "One in five drivers polled have suffered a blow-out and three-quarters of us understand that low tyre tread depth causes accidents in wet weather.
2 Be aware that your car may need a specifically-marked tyre that has been developed for use on your vehicle marque.
Drivers typically understand the importance of well-maintained tyres so in many cases it's simply of a more conscientious approach to tyre management that's required.
The survey revealed that 30 per cent of the tyres checked were found to have serious defects which could compromise the safety of the tyre when fitted to a vehicle.
New tyres typically have a tread depth of 8mm, measured from the lowest point of a groove to the tyre tread surface.
In his 14 years of driving on UAE roads, he has had around 50 tyre bursts while on the road.
Today, Goodyear celebrates 10 years in the Egyptian market by presenting the new tyre, so what is it?