Breaking down the EU tyre label
The EU tyre label relays key information about a tyre’s wet grip, fuel economy and noise levels.
The EU tyre label grades wet grip from A to G, where tyres with an “A” rating offer the best wet grip, while G-rated tyres have the worst wet braking performance.
Just like wet grip, fuel economy of a tyre is also rated from A to G. Tyres with the least fuel consumption are rated “A”, whereas G-rated tyres consume the most fuel.
The EU tyre label denotes a tyre’s noise level with the help of three sound wave bars. In this case, a tyre with one sound bar is highly noise-efficient, while those with three sound waves bars are the noisiest ones.
So, now that you know about the EU tyre labelling norms, it will be easier for you to buy the perfect set of tyres Longton for your vehicle.
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