Which Tyre Is Better?

I have got tubeless tyres for my bigger car and tyres with tubes for the smaller cars.

The tubeless tyres are having an advantage that they can be ridden for some distance with less air and the tyres can with stand the stress.

In tyres with tubes if we drive the vehicles with the tubes with less air pressure then the tyres are sure to get destroyed!

Tough this is the advantage with the tubeless tyres there is always a chance of leaking the air from the edges which is not easy to diagnose and that can be real pain in neck.

So over all both have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Which tyres do you use for your Vehicle/ vehicles and are you happy with them?

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Updated: July 14, 2019 — 11:39 am

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Emmanuel Inyang
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One of the top tyre manufacturers worldwide, Bridgestone owns the Firestone brand as well as several other less-renowned economy brands. Despite their expensive tyre prices, they do provide great dry grip tyres that are widely available through the majority of both regional and national retail chains and online retailers. Alongside their speciality, Bridgestone also offers very good quality wet grip tyres for motorsport in the rainy weather. One such example would be their provision of wet tyres in the F1 races which lead to numerous excelling performances where the tyres stuck firm to the wet ground whilst reaching speeds of… Read more »

Corazon Henson
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The tubeless tire is the fashion in our country that only public utility vehicles use tires with tubes. It is rare to find a private vehicle that doesn’t use a tubeless tire. It is convenient when there is a puncture in the tire since you can still move and go to a vulcanizing shop for repair.

Oghenekome Irobo
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Michelin is a standout . The three Michelin models rated all met or exceeded their mileage warranty. But the longest-wearing tire came from Pirelli. I estimate that the Pirelli P4 FOUR SEASONS Plus could last a whopping 100,000 miles.

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