4 Differences between Thick Tires and Regular Tires
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4 Differences between Thick Tires and Regular Tires

Tires on cars are made to create softness when the car is running on the highway. There are several types of tires and one type of tire that is on the rise is thick tires. So what is the difference between thick tires and ordinary tires? Sometimes, we think that the function of the tire is to coat the wheels so that they are soft when used. However, the tire function is not only that. Tires can also affect vehicle stability and speed. For example, thick tires and ordinary tires have different characters.

Difference between thick tires and tube type tires

For those of you who are looking for information about the difference between thick tires or tires without inner layers with regular tires or Tubetype tires, you can read the following list.

1. Tire material

In general, tires are made of rubber fiber. Rubber material was chosen because it can absorb the slightest vibration. In addition, the rubber grip is also good enough to grip the road surface.

Ordinary tires or thick tires are also made of synthetic rubber. But there is a fluid sealant coating on the inside of the thick tires. This layer serves to close the surface of the tire. While on ordinary tires, using a tire layer called the inner tube or so-called inner tube.

2. Character tires

Thick tires have a more aggressive character. From the outside, these tires look the same as regular tires but from the structure they are stronger and sturdier.

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7 Causes of Failure Car Brakes and How to Repair them

7 Causes of Failure Car Brakes and How to Repair them

Causes of Failure Car Brakes – Currently, a lot of cars are produced very mature, starting from the interior, exterior and also the legs of the car that are made to pamper consumers, especially in Indonesia. Comfort and safety for a four-wheeled vehicle is indeed the main thing, considering that today’s consumers will certainly prefer a car with a good level of safety and comfort. Talking about safety, we will definitely go straight to the interior of the car, but that’s not all, but there is one of the most important parts, namely the braking system.


The brakes themselves are one of the most important parts of a car. Where we can stop the car or reduce speed by pressing the brake pedal below. Therefore we must always check or maintain this one part regularly so that the brake condition is always stable and works optimally when we press the pedal. However, there are some cases that we often encounter in this section, such as car brakes squeaking and the most common is a failed car brake. And the cause of the car brakes failing, there are some things that you must know. like one of them is a worn brake pad.
This worn brake pad must be replaced quickly so that the braking system can work optimally. So we don’t need to worry when bringing the car to travel far out of town or outside the area. In addition, the cause of car brakes is also due to exhausted … Read More

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5 Ways to Care for Tires
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5 Ways to Care for Tires

Tires are like human feet which play an important role in the speed of a motorcycle. That’s why tires need care to keep them durable and keep you safe on the road. Here are 5 tips for keeping tires durable.

1. Pay attention to tire pressure. Less air pressure will result in faster tread wear. This happens because only the center of the tread rubs against the road surface. Excess wind pressure is also not good for maintaining tires. If the air pressure is in accordance with the friction load, the road surface will be evenly distributed in all parts so that the tires will last longer. Check wind pressure and physical condition regularly.

2. Adopt good motorcycle riding behavior. The way you drive a vehicle also affects tire life. Avoid braking suddenly or driving the motorbike hard the first time you walk. Tire life is also determined by the speed of the vehicle. The more often you drive the motorbike at high speed the tires will wear out faster.

3. Carry reasonable loads. The motor is designed to be ridden by two people. However, it is not uncommon for motorists to use it to carry heavy loads beyond their ability. Overloading can shorten tire life and even cause tire damage, plus if driven at high speeds.

4. The influence of the weather. Exposure to direct sunlight, hot places or vice versa submerged in water and rain can shorten tire life. Try to park your motorbike in the shade. In … Read More

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