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The UK has every season. Changing your tyres to suit the weather is very important to maintain grip on the right surface. See which Tyres suit which surfaces.

The UK has every season. Changing your tyres to suit the weather is very important to maintain grip on the right surface. See which Tyres suit which surfaces.

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  • Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • 5 Different Types Of Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factorsWednesday, 6 February 13
  • 5 Performance or Summer Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factors So!er Rubber Compound Less Longevity More Grip Performance tyres are designed for faster cars or for people who prefer to drive harder than the average consumer. They typically put performance and grip ahead of longevity by using a so!er rubber compound.Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • 4 All Season Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factors Harder Rubber Compound Normal Grip, performance, longevity Less Outright Grip These tyres are what youll typically find on every production car that comes out of a factory. Theyre designed to be a compromise between grip, performance, longevity, noise and wet-weather safety. For increased tyre life, they are made with a harder rubber compound, which sacrifices outright grip and cornering performance.Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • 3 Wet Weather Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factors So!er compound than performance tyres Heat up quicker More Mechanical Grip Rather than using an even harder rubber compound than all-season tyres, wet weather tyres actually use a so!er compound than performance tyres. The rubber needs to heat up quicker in cold or wet conditions and needs to have as much mechanical grip as possible.Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • 2 Winter Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factors Larger Block Patterns Tiny Metal Studs Noisier than normal Winter tyres come at the other end of the spectrum to performance tyres, obviously. Theyre designed to work well in wintery conditions with snow and ice on the roads. Winter tyres typically have larger, and thus noiser tread block patterns. In extreme climates, true snow tyres have tiny metal studs fabricated into the tread for biting into the snow and ice.Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • 1 All Terrain Tyres the type of tyre you need depends on many different factors Very Noisy Stiffer Sidewalls Larger Tread Block All-terrain tyres are typically used on SUVs and light trucks. They are larger tyres with stiffer sidewalls and bigger tread block patterns. The larger tread block means the tyres are very noisy on normal roads but grip loose sand and dirt very well when you take the car or truck off-road.Wednesday, 6 February 13
  • Thanks For Viewing If your looking for the best tyres in Guildford then please visit this site: B.E.S.T Service CentreWednesday, 6 February 13