Important safety check list
—Check tire air pressure periodically.
—Inspect tire for uneven treadwear, cracks, bulges or any sign of foreign material or trauma.
—Remember & check your tire load carrying capacity and speed ratings.
—Check your tire life. Tires must be replaced when tread is worn down to 2/32.
—Never overload your vehicle, check tire load carrying capacity indicated on the tire or vehicle owner's manual for the maximum recommended load.
To prevent irregular wear and extends tire life, switching the location of tires is recommended every 10,000km.Not subject to snow tires.
●Tire Inflation pressure
Right inflation pressure is one of the most important aspects to deliver maximum performance in terms of safe driving, riding comfort and monetary savings.
The optimum tire inflation pressure is indicated on a vehicle placard or vehicle owner's manual. The maximum inflation pressure for safe driving is marked on the tire sidewall. Generally, the optimum inflation pressure is about 90% of the maximum level. In addition, inflation pressure must be adjusted to load. The best time for checking air pressure is before long distance driving or at least once a week.
Overinflation or Underinflation can cause serious or fatal injury.
●Category Maximum Speed
Speed symbol can be shown from the tire
When replacing tires, please consult the owner's manual for correct size and speed rating. The speed rating of the replacement tires must be equal to or greater than the speed rating of the tire being replaced to maintain the speed capability of the vehicle. These symbols are not applicable to the repaired tires.
Alignment generally refers to the adjustment of a vehicle's front and rear suspension parts. Proper alignment helps ensure that your vehicle handles correctly and will help increase the life and performance of your tires.
Inch Plus sizing is one important method to improve handling. It is often referred to as "inch up", that means replacing Original Equipment tires and wheels with different specifications.
The process involves mounting a lower aspect ratio tire and a larger diameter wheel on your vehicle while maintain the same overall diameter. Of course, the tire sidewall will become smaller and the tread will become wider as the wheel diameter increases.