Defective cracked tyre

Tyre damage

Know how to identify tyre defects or signs of wear that put your safety at risk: cracked tyre, cracks, hernias, bulges, vibrations… Be careful about your tyre tread and sidewall to ensure you change your equipment in time. It can be very dangerous to drive with a damaged tyre. And safety doesn’t wait!

Flat spot: how to avoid tyre deformation after parking for a long time

After leaving your vehicle parked for a few days, or even a few weeks, do you feel your vehicle shakes slightly for the first few miles before settling back down? This is what is known as tyre flat spotting, a flattening phenomenon that occurs after a vehicle is parked for a long period of time. This tyre deformation is usually temporary but sometimes it can become permanent. We tell you how to avoid it...

Cracking and ageing of tyres

How to assess and slow down tyre ageing

Do you generally check your tread depth to know when to replace tyres? Did you know that other factors are just as important? For example, the condition of the rubber, which has a direct impact on the safety of your vehicle. Find out how to assess and also slow down the ageing of your tyres.

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