Tire Care Awareness


Take Good Care Of Your Tires

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Tire Safety Tips

Good Driving Habits

Believe it or not, the way you drive can have a large influence on the life of your tires. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your tires:

  • Avoid sudden starts and stops
  • Stay within posted speed limits
  • Avoid potholes
  • Don’t hit curbs
  • Do not overload your vehicle. Check your owner’s manual to verify the maximum allowable weight for your vehicle
  • Always wear your seat belt!!

Check List

  1. Check tire pressure at least once a month
  2. Inspect the tires for:
    • Uneven tread wear
    • Cracks
    • Foreign objects
    • Bulges In the Sidewall or tread
    • Other signs of wear and/or damage
    • Remove foreign objects from the tread
  3. Make sure that the tire valves have caps
  4. Check the tire pressure before taking a long trip
  5. Don’t overload your vehicle
  6. If you’re towing a trailer
  7. Some of the weight of the trailer will be transferred to the towing vehicle
  8. Rotate your tires every 6,000 miles

Tips and Suggestions

Rotate your tires every 6,000 miles
Keeping your tires rotated will ensure even tread wear and wilt maximize the life of your tires. Even tread wear will improve handling and braking performance.
Keep your tires balanced
Unbalanced tires will cause the tread to wear unevenly AND will cause other components of your vehicle, such as the suspension, to wear out as well.
Keep your car aligned properly
A vehicle that is out of alignment will cause the tires to wear out very quickly
Install matched tires when replacing old tires
Tires should be replaced in pairs or as a matched set. Installing different tires can have a significant influence on the handling, balance and braking performance of the vehicle,
Choose the right tires for your needs and environment

Nitrogen For Tires

One of a tyre’s primary tasks is to carry the weight of the vehicle. But anyone who’s ever had a flat tire knows that the tire doesn’t really carry the load…the inflation pressure inside it does! Using the correct inflation pressure not only provides the appropriate load capacity, it also enhances the tire’s performance, durability and contribution to vehicle fuel economy.

Tyres are typically inflated with air that’s a combination of roughly 78% nitrogen (N2), 21% oxygen (O2) and 1% miscellaneous gases. And since all gasses expand when heated and contract when cooled, tire inflation pressures rise and fall with changes in temperature by about one psi (pound per square inch) for every 10° Fahrenheit change in temperature. This is one of the reasons it’s recommended that tire pressures be checked early in the morning before ambient temperatures, the sun’s radiant heat, or the heat generated by driving causes the tire pressure to rise


  • Enhanced Tire Performance
  • Keeps Tire at constant Air Pressure
  • Upto 30% increase in Tire Life
  • Upto 4% savings on Fuel Cost
  • Better Handling and Drive Comfort
  • Non-Combustible, Non-Flammable & Non-Corrosive
  • Cooler running & Eco friendly
  • In Wide application on Aircrafts, Formula 1 racing and Military applications