Bedding In Tyres
Breaking & bedding In Your new Tyres
Not many people know that tyres are comprised of many layers of rubber, fabric and even steel. Please see the below diagram of a tyre cross section.
Due to these different components, your new tyres require a break-in period to ensure that they deliver their normal ride quality and maximum performance. As tyres are cured, a release lubricant is applied to prevent them from sticking in their mold. Some of the lubricant stays on the surface of your tyres, reducing traction until it is worn away. Five hundred miles of easy acceleration, cornering and braking will allow the mold release lubricant to wear off, allowing the other tyre components to begin working together. It is also important to note that your old tyres probably had very little tread depth remaining when you felt it was time to replace them. Don't be surprised if your new tyres are a little slower to respond (even if you use the exact same tyre as before). Their new, full depth brings with it a little more tread squirm until they wear down.
R-Tec Auto Design is a specialist in chassis calibration, or in other terms wheel alignment.
Bent / dented wheels, ruptured tyres and broken suspension are all visible signs that you have hit something hard. The energy needed to conflict this sort of damage doesnt stop at the tyre or wheels or indeed suspension components. The chassis positions that support the wheel in the correct position can also be displaced which will cause bad handeling and increase tyre wear.
From the original manufactured Geometry position for each angle for each wheel there is a tolerance from the perfect positions so all four wheels are pointing in the same direction. Some tolerances areas little as 1mm so you can probably understand it doesn’t take a lot to put your vehicle out of alignment.
Please see (4 Wheel LASER Alignment) section for more information
The following details are from the Auto Trader Website telling people how to deal with the large amount of pot holes in our country caused by the heavy cold snap.