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Frequently Asked Questions

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WHAT IS MY TYRE SIZE ?

The tyre size can be read off from the sidewall of your tyres. It would be a string of numbers looking like 205/55R16.

WHAT TYRE DESIGN IS SUITABLE FOR MY VEHICLE ?

This will depend greatly on your driving style and personal preference. 

CAN I CHANGE ONE TYRE ONLY ?

Yes, you can. However, we do not recommend differing tyre design to be mixed on the same axle. Tyres should always be changed in pairs, to prevent uneven wear or imbalance of tyres.cima.

WHERE SHOULD A NEW PAIR OF TYRES BE FITTED ?

To the vehicle’s driving axle. Placing greater traction on the driving axle on wet surfaces is necessary to prevent possible over-steer condition and possible loss of vehicle control, especially during sudden manovers.

WHAT ARE THE BASIC TYRE INFORMATION WE SHOULD KNOW ?

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TYRE SIZE INFORMATION

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Tyre code, commonly molded onto the sidewall of the tyre, is described by an alphanumerical value. This code specifies the dimensions of the tyre, and some of its key limitations, such as load bearing ability, and maximum speed.

SPEED SYMBOL

An alphabet representing the maximum speed of this tyre.

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DOT ( DATE OF MANUFACTURE )

Commonly called DOT code. It is a 4 digit code expressed in week and year of production. A code of 1510 would mean week of 15 of year 2010.