Runflat tyres: how to recognise them?
Run flat tyres are designed to keep going when pressure is lost, but how do run flat tyres work? Read on to learn more with MICHELIN.
Tyre tread depth and legal limit
The tyre's tread depth is the measurement between the outside of the tyre and the bottom of the main grooves. Beyond a certain level of wear, it needs to be changed. What is the legal tyre limit? The answer in this article.
Can you change your tyre’s size?
Do you want to change the size of your tyres? In which cases is this possible? Are there any legal limitations? All the answers in this article.
Tyre manufacturing and recycling
How are our tyres made and how does tyre recycling fit into our production system? Find out the answer to these questions in this article.
Tyre markings explained
Tyre markings are a mine of information for those who know how to interpret them. Understanding the information on the sidewall of your tyres will help you choose the best tyres for your application and to look after your investment and your safety in future. What do they mean? In this article you will find all the keys to learn how to read a tyre.
Tyre load and speed rating
What is a tyre load rating and what is a tyre speed rating? Do they have to be respected when replacing tyres? Find the answers to your questions in this article.
What is rolling resistance?
What is tyre rolling resistance? What impact do low rolling resistance tyres have on fuel consumption and the life of a tyre? MICHELIN explains everything about these “LRR” tyres.