Tires play an important role in the driving of the scooter, which affects the comfort, safety, power consumption and many other performances of the scooter. At present, the common scooters on the market usually use two types of tires-tubeless tires & solid tires. Which tire is better?
Tubeless tire: people usually refer to tubeless tire as "tubeless tire". A self-adhesive layer made of a special mixture of unvulcanized rubber, using the inner wall of the tire and the inner layer of the bead to ensure good air tightness between the tire and the rim, thus replacing the role of the traditional inner tube, the outer tire also plays the role of the inner tube , and after the tire is inflated, the toe is tightly combined with the rim, effectively avoiding deflation.
There are many advantages of tubeless tires
Tubeless tires are wear-resistant and have better dynamic balance performance, and the driving comfort can also be improved, so they are more suitable for long-distance high-speed driving for a long time.
2. Good heat dissipation
The tubeless tire has no inner tube and pad belt, which effectively reduces the heat generated by friction between the inner tube of the tire and the inner cavity of the tire. The air inside is in direct contact with the rim, and the heat can also be dissipated directly through the rim, so that the tire temperature will not be too high Phenomenon, prolong tire service life.Solid tire
: Rubber solid tire is a kind of tire corresponding to pneumatic tire (hollow tire). Its carcass is solid, without cord as skeleton, without inflation, without inner tube or airtight layer. Solid tires are suitable for vehicles traveling at low speeds.
There are many advantages of rubber solid tires
1. Safe and secure
Because the solid tire carcass is made of all rubber, the puncture resistance of the tire is guaranteed to the greatest extent. The solid tire has small deformation and good running stability. Because of its puncture and tear resistance, it does not need to be inflated, which avoids the heavy labor of frequent tire repair and replacement.
2. Long life
The service life of solid tires is generally 3-5 years, which can be well adapted to many harsh environments
Compared with pneumatic tires, solid rubber tires are less prone to punctures or punctures, so they are more economical
At the same time, solid tires are suitable for all kinds of low-speed vehicles. Even if the tires are punctured during driving, the elderly don’t have to worry about the vehicle rolling over due to a puncture, or they are in a hurry because they cannot find a place to repair the tire. Condition.