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Important Tips on How to Choose a PCR Tire:

1-Be Sure To Use a Standard Rubber (SWR) Tire.
2. When choosing your tire, consider the type of car, speed, driving conditions, road surface, ambient conditions and temperature.
3. Periodic inspection of automobile tires is essential for greater durability, higher safety, better fuel efficiency and less fuel consumption.
4. Control your tires at least once a month.
5. It is best to have all car tires from the same company and have the same specifications.
6. Never neglect the balance of wheels.
7. Never use radial and bias play tires on the same car at the same time.
8. When controlling wind pressure, the tires should be cold, and when the tires are warm, avoid unloading excess wind.
9. Never use defective or repaired rims and tires.
10. Keep the Zapas Tires in good condition and control the wind with other tires.
11. Using non-standard car tires will result in serious damage to the suspension and power transmission. More importantly, the health of the occupants is at stake.
12. High wind pressure and low wind pressure both cause damage to the tires. Low driving pressure while driving causes more friction, resulting in excessive heat generation in the tire, greatly reducing the tire life. If the tire collapses on both sides but remains intact in the middle, it indicates a low tire pressure during driving, and if tapered only in the middle it indicates a high tire pressure.
13. Rust, worn, twisted and welded rings should not be used at all.
14. The tread depth of car tires should be monitored regularly. It is best to get out of the car before the tire is completely smooth to prevent occupants' health being compromised.

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Car Tire History:

In The 19th Century, Horse-Drawn Carts And Needles Needed Sturdy Wheels To Move On Hard, Rocky, Or Flat Surfaces. Wood Or Metal Were Used, Which Had A High Strength But Had A Rough And Rough Ride. For This Reason, Tires Were Considered As An Alternative To Coating Drum Wheels, But Only At Normal Temperatures Had Good Resistance And Adhesion And Were Extremely Dry And Brittle In Hot Weather.
But In 1839, A Man Named Charles Goodyear (Whose Last Name Is Familiar To Most Of Us) Invented A Process Called Volcanization (In Which The Tire Was Made More Resistant To Sulfur And Heat), Producing More Durable Tires That After Deformation Or Bending They Were Back To Their Original State. This Invention Greatly Helped The Development Of Tires.

Invention Of Inflatable Tires:

In The Mid-1880s, Europeans Turned To Bicycles And Their Use Increased. Bicycle Wheels Were Made Of Wood In Those Years That Were Covered By Top Tires, But They Were Not Comfortable And Tired If They Rode Long Distances.
In Addition, As The Bicycles Progressed And Their Speed Increased, People Began To Look For More Comfort. While In 1945 A Tire Was Invented By A Man Named Robert Thomson, In 1888 A Man Named John Dunlop (Of Other Familiar Names) Made His First Son Practical And Functional Tire Because Of His Young Son's Desire For A More Comfortable Bike Ride. Invented And Installed The Bike.

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