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Why Are Good Tyres So Important?

Posted On June 8th, 2017

Tyres are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road. No matter what kind of car you have, having a good set of tyres is of utmost significance. Even the most fastest and powerful cars in the world are nothing without a set of tyres.

All vehicles are completely dependent on a good set of tyres. Let’s point out a few things that tyres are responsible for.

  • Tyres are where your car meets the road. Even the most exotic cars have no point of contact with the road other than its tyres.
  • Good tyres are the first step towards a comfy and safe driving experience. Low quality tyres might get damaged easily, which results in unpredictable performance while on the road. Make sure your tyres are in good condition and the air pressure is at the recommended levels.
  • Tyres are actually the only part of your vehicle that carries the load of your vehicle on them. The air inside the four tyres are responsible for supporting the all the weight of your vehicle.
  • Tyres are also partly responsible for absorbing shocks while the vehicle is on the road. The air trapped inside the rubber work like a spring to absorb shocks and make the drive comfortable.
  • Good tyres will ensure that the vehicle is safe while on the road. This is because the tyres are mostly responsible for gripping the road while driving, which in turn also makes them responsible for stopping the vehicle. Tyres in bad condition have less grip and the brakes take longer in stopping the vehicle, which is dangerous.
  • Tyres are also responsible for steering your vehicle. When the angle of the tyre is changed, it grips the road in that direction and turns the whole vehicle in its respective direction.

Don’t undermine the risks and drawbacks of poor tyres. They can pose a lot of threats, on and off the road. Firstly, they can affect the performance of your car negatively. This is because the engine produces more power to overcome the extra friction between the tyres and road.

Secondly, poor tyres will affect your brakes by increasing the stopping distance of your vehicle. Poor tyres will also offer less control while driving, which means there are greater chances that your vehicle will skid.

Lastly, worn or low pressure tyres will increase fuel consumption of your vehicle, as well as decrease the life of the tyres in use.

Don’t compromise on one of the most important parts of the vehicle. Keep your tyres in top condition. The experts at Inner West Tyre Sale will be happy to answer your questions. You can contact us at 0414 969 969.