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The expected lifespan of tyre varies depending on factors such as driving habits, road conditions, and weather. However, most tyre can last anywhere from 25,000 to 50,000 kms on average.
You can find the correct tyre size for your vehicle in the owner's manual or by checking the tyre placard on the driver's side doorjamb. If you're still unsure, our team can assist you in selecting the right size tyre for your vehicle.
Yes, we offer discounts for purchasing multiple tyres at once. You can find more information on our website or by contacting us directly.
Yes, we can recommend specific tyres based on your driving needs and the weather conditions in your area. Our team of experts can help you choose the right tyres for your vehicle.
Proper tire maintenance includes regular tyre rotations, keeping tyre inflated to the recommended pressure, and avoiding harsh driving conditions. You can find more information on tire maintenance on our website or by contacting us directly.
Yes, we offer warranties and guarantees for our tyres. The specific details may vary depending on the tyre model, but you can find more information on our website or by contacting us directly.
Both tubeless and tube-type tyres have their own advantages. Tubeless tyres offer better safety and fuel efficiency, while tube-type tyres are more durable and cost-effective. The choice depends on your vehicle and usage.
Consider factors like tyre size, tread pattern for your riding conditions (e.g. city or off-road). Consult your scooter's manual for recommended tyre specifications and seek advice from a professional if needed
Tubeless tyres include better safety (less risk of sudden blowouts), improved fuel efficiency, reduced maintenance, and easier puncture repair.