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Why tubeless tyres are necessary in cars?


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What matters than the cost of a car, is the quality of its tyres. Because it effects the ease of driving, driving dynamics, and car’s performance. We all have to face quite a lot of problems in the case of tyre punctures. But the technology of tubeless tyres has made driving a lot easier than previous times.


Safety: Tubeless tyres are more trustworthy from the point of view of safety. Normal tyres have a separate tube which gives shape to the tyres. So whenever it bursts, the sriver can lose his control and face an accident.

On the other hand, tubeless tyres don’t have a separate tube. The tyre itself seals the rim around, not allowing air to escape from the tyre. In case of punctures, the air escapes very slowly which gives the driver enough time to figure out what to do. He cn even drive the car for some distance and take it to a mechanic nearby.

Performance: Tubeless tyres are lighter than the ones with tube. It affects the driving dynamics positively, improving car’s performance. It also affects the mileage. Tubeless tyres don’t get heated quickly.

Maintenance: Maintaining tubeless tyres is quite economical. In the cases of punctures too you don’t need to do much efforts, as in the tyres having tube.

Durability: Tubeless tyres are more durable than normal tyres. They don’t need much care and don’t affect you pocket as well.

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@letsuser | Posted on


When this tyre technology available in two wheeler its great joy.


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Tubeless tyres do get punctured and are not in anyways puncture proof. The concept of a tubeless tyre helps avoid sudden air loss in the case of a puncture. Usually, when a nail pierces a tubed tyre, the tyre as well as the tube inside get ruptured and air can escape out of the gap between the tubee and tyre.


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Travel Consultant at Musafir | Posted on


Unlike pneumatic tires which use a separate inner tube, tubeless tires have continuous ribs molded integrally into the bead of the tire so that they are forced by the pressure of the air inside the tire to seal with the flanges of the metal rim of the wheel


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