Tires, the only contact of a vehicle with the road:
Support all of its weight
Perform the acceleration, braking and steering commands
All Michelin tires have tread depth indicators whose
position is indicated by a Bibendum allowing a quick
check of the tread depth.
Michelin advises you to check it regularly.
Michelin advises fitting the least worn tires
on the rear:
Less risk of a spin on wet surfaces
Better control in difficult situations emergency stop, tight bend
Michelin recommends balancing all 4 wheels when
vibrations are perceptible in the passenger compartment.
air escapes naturally from a fitted assembly.
Michelin recommends checking tire pressure every month
and before long trips. The check should be done on cold
tires (add +4 psi if hot).
Beware: never deflate a hot tire.
The valve is an essential independent element which
ensures the air tightness of the tire. Michelin advises
changing it at every tire change.
Michelin advises checking the geometry to:
Improve road holding
Increase tire life
Avoid irregular tire wear
Make fuel economy
SCHRADER RECOMMENDED PRP:
Specially designed for punctures due to nails, screws, bolts...
even on tire sidewalls
Quick, easy, efficient and permanent repair
When choosing new tires,
it is imperative to fit the
same tire and make of tire to the same axle. The
speed index and load index must correspond to car
Adjusting your vehicle alignment makes
good financial sense as it optimises: