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Choosing the perfect tyre for your vehicle might have been no less than a hustle of numerous Google searches supplemented with throwing questions at neighbours and colleagues. But, not anymore! We, at Tyre Wise Mobile Tyre Service, have prepared a complete guide assisting you in buying the perfect fit of the tyre(s) for your vehicle. From talking about Tyre Labelling to giving a blueprint of how to select your buy to finally making the product available for you—we have them all.

Tyre Labelling is a regulation, implemented by the EU which aims to increase the safety and sustainability of road transport, by promoting safe and fuel-efficient tyres. Along with that, it was also designed to supplement you in making more informed choices using the defined assessments during the time of purchase.

What’s in the EU label Maidenhead?

The tyre labelling features intelligible pictograms talking about the following three essential aspects of a tyre’s performance.

1. Wet Grip

A secure grip between the interfaces in wet conditions is a critical factor to drive safe. Included as a cloud-resembling symbol, the Wet Grip rating sorts tyres based on their estimated performance in real-time. The difference between a G and an A class for a set of four identical tyres is estimated to account up to 30% shorter braking distance. Opting for higher-class tyre can be the safety factor that you seek from your tyre.

2. Fuel efficiency

Resembling a petrol pump this label is related to your tyre’s rolling resistance. Class A corresponds to the best fuel economy and Class G to the lowest grade in fuel economy. Statistically, fuel consumption increases by approximately 0.1 litres for every 100 km driven.

3. Noise Level

Noise level is the external rolling noise generated by the tyre, measured in decibels. It is represented by a symbol resembling a microphone. The label has bars as indicators— with one for the lowest noise level (between 67 and 71 dB) to three corresponding to the loudest (between 72 and 76 dB).

How to use it?

Tyre Labelling can be used as a guide to compare different tyres in coherence with what your vehicle requires. Tell us the conditions in which you usually drive and your expectations from your car and we’ll suggest you your fit of the grades corresponding to each level.

Why choose from us?

Tyres complying the EU label are available at unmatched prices—ready to be delivered wherever you want. Tyre Wise Mobile Services has associations with revered brands and a trust among its customers developed by delivering excellence over the years. In addition to these, we are a group of family-friendly professionals adept in both technical and social skills.

Walk-in to our centre or reach us through email/call to know more about the EU Labelling, the products we deliver to get your best buy with us!



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