EU tyre label explained
The label communicates information about three essential performance metrics of a car tyre. These are:
Here, the noise level of a tyre is denoted with three sound wave bars (measured in decibels). A model with one sound bar makes the least amount of noise, while the ones with three bars are the noisiest.
With the wet grip rating of a tyre, one can understand its braking efficiency on wet roads. The rating for this parameter is represented with alphabets ranging from A to F; however, "D" and "G" rated models are not for passenger cars.
To ensure your on-road safety, always look for tyres Wellington that have a wet rating of at least C or above.
By knowing how fuel-efficient a car tyre is, you can save up on fuel expenses in the long run. Models with low rolling resistance reduce fuel consumption and lower CO2 emission as well. This is represented with alphabets ranging from A to G where “A” rated car tyres Wellington are the most fuel-efficient ones, and "G" rated tyres have the lowest fuel economy.
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