Know the difference between the various tyre types
Tyre (or tire) is a circular and ring-like part of a vehicle which comes in contact with ground. Tyres are fitted on rims and are filled with compressed air. Since their invention, natural rubber is the most widely used material in manufacturing of tyres. However, modern tyres also employ materials like synthetic rubber, fabric, steel wires, carbon black and some more compounds. Tyres find place in wide range of locomotives, from bicycles to aeroplanes.
- To maintain contact between vehicle and ground by providing desired traction.
- To support the load of vehicle.
- Dealing with various forces acting on vehicle during its motion.
- Providing cushion against shocks and damping them.
At Latimer Garage, we know how important safety is to our clients. Your safety and comfort on the road is our top priority, which is why you can count on us to deliver outstanding Tyre repair service every time. Our team of experienced mechanics knows all the type of Tyres, and can help you to better understand why your Tyre punchered, and what can be done to make your vehicle drivable again.
Contact us today. Our team of professional mechanics are always happy to meet with new and existing clients at your convenience