The Run-flat tyre is further popular, with BMW playing the pioneering role and equipping a number of their car models with it as a standard feature. The development comes from Bridgestone, but also many other manufacturers now manufacture tyres according to this system with reinforced flanks. They ensure that the tyre retains nearly the same shape as when the air pressure is good.
In tests, the run-flats work convincingly. Only attentive drivers will register at all that they are travelling with an airless tyre. This is one of the reasons why the legislator prescribes an automatic tyre pressure control system for the equipment with emergency running tyres. Anyone who adheres to the 50 mph limit specified in the event of a breakdown can expect the tyre to hold well over 60 miles before the intense heat development finally destroys it.
So, you see, a run-flat tyre is definitely a good option.
Please have a look at our extensive assortment of run-flat tyres available at our Mill Tyres online shop. If you need help finding the right run-flat tyres for your car, get in touch, please.
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