The question is always asked, what is the difference between a good tyre and a cheap tyre?
To make it simple, will the walls of your house crack because of a bad foundation? The answer is yes they will.
The manufacture of a good tyre depends on the production of a good casing with modern building machinery in high tech tyre plants and the compound mix of the rubber. Without doubt, the R&D department and test results also lead the way to delivering a good product. The first step is to build the casing and this machine build layers of ply and steel to create the foundation for the rubber compound. Normally in good plants the rubber building is automated and balanced. The tyre is then placed in the mold and this is where the tyre gets the tread design at high temperature. When the tyre is complete, it goes for inspection. In high tech tyre plants, it is normal to have a workforce in excess of 10,000 people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=If5t783NZFY
Tyrestop ensures it knows the source of all tyres and the quality of the factories to insure we deliver a safe product. This is the reason the directors of Tyrestop visit tyre plants all around the world to insure top quality brands and products. There are many small factories producing tyres in the world and many fall short of quality products. Current EC regulations are E mark, S mark, REACH compliance, new label laws and require the correct load and speed rating for your vehicle.
A Tyrestop technician will enquire from the customer certain information to help the customer select the best tyre to suit their vehicle. After all, each tyre's footprint is only the size of a postcard on the road surface, it is important that your tyre footprint stops in time and has good compound to keep you safe.
Tyrestop is supported by Daly Tyres Ltd, which are one of the largest wholesalers in Ireland, selling over 300,000 tyres every year. This puts us in a very strong position to offer you great value for money on all tyre brands and servicing, without comprising on quality or safety.