Entire range of MRF, JK, BRIDGESTONE, MICHELIN, APOLLO, CEAT, GOODYEAR and YOKOHAMA tyres, tubes and tubeless tyres for all type of vehicles.

People can choose the correct tyre for their vehicle by analysing the vehicle, pattern, size and company.

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Tyre Care

Correct Air Pressures

Setting and maintaining the correct air pressures is the first step to obtain optimum performance and life from tyres. Check pressure with an accurate gauge when tyres are cool. Regularly check your pressure gauge with a standard gauge for accuracy.

Tyre Rotation

Rotate your tyres every 5000km to achieve uniform wear for all tyres on a vehicle. Rotating the tyres as recommended will help even out the amount of wear on each tyre and extend the life of the entire set. Lack of periodic rotation causes wear on one side.

Tread Depth

As per central Motor vehicle regulations (CMVR) car tyres must have a minimum of 1.6mm of tread in a continuous band throughout the centre of the tread width and over the whole circumference of the tyre

To help recognise when tyres are nearing the legal limit, tyres are manufactured with tread wear indicators in the grooves.

However, despite the law, it is universally recognised in the tyre industry that the legal limit is wholly insufficient to protect drivers in adverse driving conditions.

Drivers are therefore recommended to consider replacing their tyres when the tread depth reaches 3mm.

Wheel Alignment

Always maintain proper wheel alignment. Wheel alignment should be done after every 5,000 kms.

Wheel Balancing

An un-balanced wheel may cause vibration to the vehicle. So it is recommended to balance the tyre-rim assembly under the following situations:

Nitrogen inflation for tyres

Air pressure in the tyre falls gradually. The reduction is less when the tyres are inflated with nitrogen instead of air. Less leakage improves tyre life, fuel economy, safety, driving comfort and much more.

Radial tyres - Bias tyres

Radials provide a bonus to motorists in the form of greater comfort. The supple sidewalls of the tyres act as mini shock absorbers. They ensure that less shocks pass on to the suspension. This means that your ride is more comfortable, even at high speeds. Radial tyres are safer and economical.

Better Safety

Better value for money

Tubeless tyres Conventional with tube tyres

Tubeless tyres have a liner of specially made rubber over innermost layer of the tyre. This liner gives the tyre air tightness and sealing properties as good as a tube, not only that if a nail pierces into the tyre, liner engulfs it and prevents air from leaking out, air leaks only very slowly when the nail is taken out.

Thus, a tubeless tyre never goes flat all of a sudden and hence is more safe than conventional with tube tyres.