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Tread design Ribbed with four equal-width grooves. Ensures excellent comfort and roadholding even on slippery surfaces.- Designed for extreme conditions: the zig-zag pattern allows better tension distribution in tread groove base when the tyre is subject to high levels of stress.- The circumferential reinforcing ribs on the sidewall protect the casing from scuffing in this area, making the tyre more dependable under critical conditions of use.Tread compound- Excellent mileage under conditions of heavy use- Particularly suited to reducing the risk of tears and lacerations, to ensure grip on slippery surfaces.
As part of the Action Plan for Energy Efficiency was first November 2012 introduced the EU tyre label . Henceforth, the motor vehicle tyres are fitted within the European Union with this indicator and inform about the fuel consumption , wet grip and noise classification of each product. For you we have compiled all relevant information.The tyre label is divided into three different categories , which are measured separately.1 rolling resistanceThe rolling resistance of a tyre directly influenced the fuel consumption of your vehicle. The lower the rolling resistance, the less fuel you consume. The best rating in this category is the letter "A" with the color green , while a red " G" is the weakest of censorship . The letter " D" is not used. From A to G of consumption with each letter to 100km is higher by 0.1 l .2 wet gripIn the wet adhesion, the braking distance is measured on a wet road . The rating goes from a green " A" to a red "G". However, the letter "D" and "G" are not currently in use. In the evaluation was based on a speed of 80 km / hr. From A to F with each letter of the braking distance will be longer .3 noiseWith the volume of noise is referred to , produced by the tyres when driving. Indicated is the absolute decibel value . The evaluation values ââare divided into three classes which are represented by lines to the right of the illustrated ear. The more lines are black, the louder the tyres. A continuous noise of over 80 decibels can lead to health problems.
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