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Be A Safe Driver - Tips for high speed driving

YOU AREN'T A GOOD DRIVER IF YOU DON'T CARE FOR YOUR CAR AND TYRES
CHECK YOUR TYRES FIRST!
Tyre Care

Tyre Care
MAKE SURE
You always check your tyres
before you drive.
 CORRECT AIR PRESSURE
 SUFFICIENT TREAD DEPTH
 ANY IRREGULAR WEAR
 ANY TEARS OR CRACKS
 OTHER CHECKS
 TIPS ON TYRES

A CAR AND ITS TYRE ARE LIKE A HUSBAND AND WIFE
LACK OF ATTENTION AND UNDERSTANDING LEAD TO TROUBLE!!
Tyre Care

Four important functions of tyres

Tyre Care
Supporting weight of vehicle
A car weighs approximately 1.6 tons, equivalent to the weight of 32 people. The Air in the tyres supports this weight.

Tyre Care
Absorbing road shocks
Tyres also act as shock absorbers when you drive on rough or dirt roads. The air in the tyres acts as a spring.

Tyre Care
Transmitting traction & Braking forces
Using the friction between the tyre and the road surface, the tyres enable the car to move and stop.

Tyre Care
Changing and Maintaining Direction of travel
Turning the steering wheel turns the front wheels, enabling the car to go in the desired direction.

Tyre Care
Tyres transmit the driver’s intentions and the vehicle’s power.
Pressing the accelerator makes the car go faster and pressing the brake makes it slow down. Corners are manoeuvred smoothly. The driver’s intentions are transmitted correctly. Thanks to the friction generated between the tyres and the road surface.

Tyre Care
The tyre contact area with the road surface is almost identical to the size of a postcard.
A car weighs approximately 1.6 tons. Each tyre touches the road surface for a postcard-sized area which supports a weight of around 400 Kg.
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