The European Union introduced a distinct tyre labelling system called the EU tyre label in 2012. The specific objective of the classification was consumer education regarding the pollution levels in urban conglomerates and how tyres add to that. Tyre labelling in Wednesbury is an essential part of buying a set of spare wheels as it showcases the positives and negatives of the tyres in question.
Three aspects- rolling resistance, wet grip and external noise- are measured using these labels. Our facility, Martini Tyre Services, helps you buy tyres based on these classifications. We have a wide array of tyres going all the way up to premium offerings.
Tyre labelling explained
The primary aspects which this label decodes are:
- Rolling resistance: Rolling resistance is categorised on a scale of A to G. Tyres rated A have the lowest rolling resistance and consume the least amount of fuel. As the rolling resistance levels reach level G, fuel consumption increases. Wheels which are rated G have high rolling resistance and is not ideal for use. When you buy tyres online from us, you can go through these levels and make a choice.
- Wet grip: It determines how much wet grip the wheels have and is measured from A to G. Wheels graded A have the best-performing wet grip and are incredibly safe. On the other hand, wheels marked G have the worst wet grip levels and are considered unsafe. We sell tyres with a high wet grip at Martini Tyre Services.
- External noise: Tyre labelling in Wednesbury takes into account the sound generated while tyres caress the roads. High external noise levels in tyres, as depicted by grade G, are not advisable for use. Sound waves represent this aspect. Three waves indicate the highest noise levels while a single wave denotes a low noise output.
You can call us on 0121 526 6594 and book a slot to jump the queue. Else, you can visit our facility for more details on wheels from various manufacturers.