Car tyres designed with the sporting motorist in mind have featured strongly in manufacturers' promotions during recent years and although it is expected that this trend is likely to continue, motoring pundits agree that in the short term, car tyres will be developed and introduced to address needs other than high performance and ultra-high performance.
Indeed, car tyres that are designed to reduce costs and meet environmental requirements are likely to come to the forefront.
Currently, a number of leading manufacturers are focusing upon car tyres that offer a lower rolling resistance. You can visit https://www.tyreandwheel.com.au/tyres/passenger to know more about Dunlop tyres.
The reasons for this are not hard to see because even the least technically minded person can appreciate that car tyres which require less effort to move them mean not as much engine power is needed.
The clear and obvious benefit of car tyres with lower rolling resistance is that because less engine power is used then less fuel is also used.
Reduced fuel consumption, of course, means more miles per gallon which means lower costs for the motorist with the environmental benefits of lower emissions.
All manufacturers of car tyres have their own preferred technologies to reduce rolling resistance and for the motorist 'you pay your money and take your choice'.
However, whilst some manufacturers are offering car tyres with narrower section width, others are offering designs using different construction materials, rubber compounds and tread patterns.
It's well worth looking at these competing claims for car tyres however because these factors can make a material difference to such things as wet braking performance and stopping distance as well as grip, traction, and handling characteristics.