Presentation on theme: "DRIVE TO ARRIVE TIRE CARE & SAFETY Fares Al-Shammari March 21,2004."— Presentation transcript:
DRIVE TO ARRIVE TIRE CARE & SAFETY Fares Al-Shammari March 21,2004
Outlines: Important Information you need to know Safety Tips Conclusion
Temperature Resistance Traction Tread-wear Speed Symbol Manufacturing Date Others What is the important information that you need to know from your car tires? know from your car tires?
Tem Temperature Resistance: SymbolArea AHot Area BNormal Weather Area CCold Area
Traction: Traction is a measurement of a tire's ability to stop on wet test surfaces of asphalt and concrete under controlled conditions. Traction Grade A: The tire performed well on both surfaces. Traction Grade B: The tire performed well on at least one of the surfaces Traction Grade C: The tire performed poorly on one or both of the surfaces.
Tread-wear: Tread-wear is a measurement of tread durability. A tread-wear rating 200 means the tread wears twice as well as the standard.
Max. Load Capacity & Speed Symbol: Max. Load Capacity each tire can tolerate
Max. Speed Limit:
Manufacturing Date: Week No. 37 Year
Ply ratings: An older method of rating load capacity, these are listed as 4-ply, 6-ply, 8-ply, etc. Load ratings: The current method of rating a tire's load-carrying capacity is denoted by letters (B, C, etc.).
Do You Always Use The Correct Type Of Tires?
Remember that worn out tires are dangerous Do not overload your tires Check and Inflate the tires with the correct pressure Do not exceed the speed limit Safety Tips:
Your safety is a personal responsibility! There is only one conclusion: DRIVE TO ARRIVE!