Tyres come with different symbols and therefore tyre shopper takes into account all these symbols to ensure that you make the right choice when it comes to tyres. They do have the run flat tyres, these tyres are heavily reinforced to ensure that the tyre is always fixed to the wheel even when operating at zero pressure. Many of the run flat tyre manufacturers always don’t recommend run flat tyres to be replaced owing to low operations at reduced pressure.
There are also white wall tyres, these car tyres usually have stripes marked with white rubber on the outer side walls. They are usually fancy and very common on customized and classic cars. There is also the outline white lettering tyres that usually has a white raised lettering which often identifies the manufacturer as well as the tyre model. They are very common on 4 by 4 wheel vehicles.
Winter is that time of the month that you always need to run smoothly on the road. Tyre shopper therefore has cold winter tyres that are specifically designed to work optimally at temperatures of below 7 degrees Celsius. Mud and snow tyres are also available. They are made uniquely as compared to other kinds of tyres. First, they are engineered with rubber compounds which usually more block thread patterns which enhances performance in poor roads.
In some cars especially estate cars, small vans and a number of 4 by 4 vehicles always carry above average weight .Such vehicles would need reinforced tyres because of the carriage capacity. We also do have an extra load tyre which is an evolution of reinforced tyres but designed for heavier and higher performance vehicles. There is also an all-terrain tyre which is specifically designed to have a 50 by 50 compromise on any terrain. The low rolling resistances always do have an E shape on sidewalls which reduces resistance and consumes less fuel when the vehicle is moving forward. A number of vehicles manufactures also have their recommendations on the kind of markings they always have for their vehicles. Chrysler for instance would have “C1” markings while Ferrari would have”k1” markings.