by Editor News
Choosing the perfect set of tyres for your car can be one of the most confusing jobs for someone. The more advice we take from different people, the more confusing it becomes. Since tyres are a very important part of a car and are not changed very often, it is important to know the right type of tyre to be used.
Firstly, one should always take advice from a tyre expert and then to be extra sure one should also learn how to check the perfect size of their tyres themselves. To check the ideal tyre size one simply needs to see the numbers and letters written on the sidewall of the tyre.
Let’s take an example. On the sidewall of your tyre there will be a manufacturing date and besides that date, there will be a marking like 265/65 R17 112T. Let’s see what this marking mean:
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