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April 30, 2021 at 7:00 am #211586Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
A new tyre labeling system designed to help motorists understand how well tyres perform, especially for fuel efficiency and grip in the wet, is to be
[See the full post at: New tyre labelling to be introduced from May]April 30, 2021 at 1:45 pm #211590MeatGuest
Still going to be
“ I have no money, just fit the cheapest one you have”
So not going to matter.
Or the car will be a 1975 ford capri with limited choiceMay 2, 2021 at 10:21 pm #211595Andrew WhiteGuest
So your telling me reducing the numbers of bars from 7 to 5 is going to make all the difference. What another joke for the motor trade.
Even better idea, just remove budget tyres from the equation and keep more cars on the road, other road users and pedestrians safer. Budget tyres should be banned the same as remoulds on trucks.May 6, 2021 at 5:29 pm #212044William AndersonGuest
Gone are the days when I would consider all aspects of tyre choice. Now with our roads in the present condition, with unbelievably deep potholes; driving in the dark, particularly when raining, is a nightmare. I run 3 cars, and fit mid-range tyres and drive accordingly. Moreover the CC highways, actually admit to using top dressing of unusually large and sharp edge material, and also admit that they rely on the traffic to bed down. Broken windscreens and chipped paintwork abound.