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Flyers India office 2
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Third year celeb

Third foundation year

MYTHS (9)
MYTHS (9)

Fact: This is only true to an extent because slick tyres provide better grip and handling only in dry conditions because of a larger contact patch with the road surface. That is why one sees Formula 1 and MotoGP machines making use of tyres with no tread pattern. However, it is extremely unsafe to install such tyres on road-going vehicles as the car/bike will lose traction very easily on a wet surface.

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MYTHS (14)
MYTHS (14)

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TyreCare
TyreCare

Flyers India shares some tips on how to maintain proper care for your tyre.

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MYTHS (9)
MYTHS (9)

Fact: This is only true to an extent because slick tyres provide better grip and handling only in dry conditions because of a larger contact patch with the road surface. That is why one sees Formula 1 and MotoGP machines making use of tyres with no tread pattern. However, it is extremely unsafe to install such tyres on road-going vehicles as the car/bike will lose traction very easily on a wet surface.

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TYRE
Fact

Over 8 million tyres are produced every day

TYRE
Fact

Mickey Thomson and Gene Mcmannis started designing a tyre that would withstand travelling at 500mph as there was currently nothing on the market that could handle these speeds. In 1960, his own tyres helped him break the world land-speed record by travelling at 406.6mph (650.56kph).

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TYRE
Fact

After introducing their tyre’s in 1962 with a Lego kit set the products have surged in popularity. Lego produced 318 million mini rubber tyres in 2011 making it the largest tyre manufacturer in the world. Coming in second is Bridgestone with 190 million in 2011.

TYRE
Fact

Car tyres are naturally white

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