FOR BETTER TIRE LIFESPAN
Balance settings prevent your tires from getting worn off early and it removes vibration. It also protects the steering system and your rollers. When a tire is changed, a balance weight is removed or when you buy new tires, you must set your balance. When an area is heavier or lighter than the rest you will know that its unbalanced, that will cause:
● Tire pattern wearing off irregularly and fast.
● Parts in the front to suffer high tension.
● Parts in the front to wear off faster.
MAKE SURE YOU ARE SAFE BY CORRECTLY ADJUSTING YOUR TIRES
It is hard to tell that your tire settings are good when you are driving, when you bump on a pavement or you have encountered an irregular amount of your tire wearing off, please go to the nearest Michelin Service to have it checked.
● Achieving best road grip
● Protecting your tires against attrition
● It is important to have good settings to lower your fuel consumption.
FOR COMPLETE CONTROL, ATTACH YOUR TIRES TO THE BACK SHAFT
Back tires are not connected to your steering wheel,therefore making it extremely hard to have a conviction over road grip when riding. To get the best out of it, a lot of cars front and back wheels both have different marked air pressures so when you are changing your tires especially check your air pressure state. For your safety always put the new, lesser worn tire at the back because of the reasons below:
● Better control when emergency braking and at taking sharp turns.
● Especially having less risk of losing control on wet surfaces.
● FWD or BWD, it will help have better road grip on bad circumstances.
VALVES AND VALVE HATCHES PROTECT YOUR TIRES
Valves are usually made out of rubber, therefore it always has material bound to decay over time. When you buy new tires you need to change your valves with your tires. At high speed,cracked or worn off rubber valve body may bend due to centrifugal power and will cause air losses. Your valve and valve hatches:
● Help prevent air leaks
● Supply the right amount of air pressure.