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Durable and failure-free vehicle operation directly depends on attention and care of an owner. Beginners and experienced drivers need to know a basic classification of vehicle tyres in order to provide durable vehicle functioning. The majority of the Fire Tyre selection belongs to a hot season tyre category. The distinctive advantages of such tyres are: hard material, sustainability to high temperatures or maximum speed rates and optimal depth of protectors with a simple tread design.
It is important to get familiar with construction specifics of wheels, which can be reviewed in technological documents in detail, it can be also found on a petrol cap or a door front edge. The needed information concerns wheel dimension type and geometry, such as bore diameter, type height and width, maximum speed limit and capacity, country of production.
Non-observance of these characteristics may result in such driving issues, as:
wheel arch damage after installation of wider tyres, vehicle disbalance at pits and bumps
low-profile tyres destroy a suspension mechanism, leading to early body wear
However, low-profile configurations provide a better vehicle handling, cornering ability and overall control. Before choosing a tyre type, it is recommended to analyse the most used road pavement.
Tread pattern also influences vehicle driving characteristics. Here are the commonly known pattern categories:
V-shaped directional tread pattern increases vehicle steer-ability, providing comfortable driving conditions and preventing development of an early hydroplaning. The main function of such tyres is operative removal of water from under the wheels.
Symmetrical tread pattern is the most favorite tyre option among car enthusiasts. This can be explained by affordability and acceptable control metrics. However, this sort of tyres is recommended for drivers, who keep to a calm, easy driving manner.
Asymmetrical tread pattern perfectly adjusts to weather conditions and temperature gradient, due to comparatively hard material application.
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