I believe that we are all familiar with solid tires
, and there are many factors that affect the life of tires. Let's mainly understand that the selection and installation of solid tires directly affect their service life!
The correct installation of solid tires is directly related to the service life of the tires, especially when replacing new tires. Tires of different types and patterns must not be arbitrarily mixed because the actual size and load capacity of each tire are different. In addition, if you cannot fully grasp the technology of changing tires yourself, we suggest that you still go to a professional tire shop or an authorized vehicle repairer for replacement.
1. Keep the front and rear wheels in the correct orientation
The front wheel alignment has a great influence on the service life of the tire, especially the toe-in of the front wheel and the camber of the front wheel are the main factors. The camber of the front wheel will mainly accelerate the wear of the tire shoulder, that is, the eccentric wear; the toe-in of the front wheel will mainly accelerate the wear of the inner and outer sides of the tire.
2. Air pressure must be consistent
Tire air pressure is the life of the tire. If the air pressure is too low, the deformation of the carcass will increase, and cracks will easily appear on the sidewall. At the same time, it will cause excessive heat generation, promote the aging of the rubber, tire the ply, and break the cord. If the air pressure is too low, it will increase the ground contact area of the tire and accelerate the tire shoulder wear; if the air pressure is too high, the tire cord will be deformed due to excessive extension, and the elasticity of the carcass will decrease, which will increase the load on the car during the trek. , In case of impact, internal cracking and blasting will occur. At the same time, if the air pressure is too high, it will accelerate the wear of the tire crown and reduce the rolling resistance.
3. Driving habits meet scientific requirements
In addition to handling the situation while driving, the driver should choose roads to trek to avoid sharp stones, glass, metal, etc. that may puncture and scratch the tires, avoid the adhesion of chemical spilled substances to the tires, and avoid corrosion of the tires; When traveling on a road with a high degree of gravity, try to trudge in the center to avoid and reduce the shift of the center of gravity of the car, and reduce the uneven wear of the tire due to the increase in the load on one side of the tire; reasonable loading is basic common sense, and under normal circumstances, 20% of the tire life is overloaded. The number is reduced by 30%, and the life of the tire is reduced by 50% when it is overloaded by 40%. Other sharp turns, emergency braking, high-speed starting and rapid acceleration will all have an impact on the tires, which are what the driver should avoid while driving.