EU Tyre Label Information

All around the world, countries are looking forward to cutting the pollution created by vehicular emissions. The European Union took a significant step forward when in 2012 they announced a uniform tyre labelling system to help customers make an informed choice and to make tyre manufacturing companies curb the emission rates.

This new label, known as EU tyre label, focused on three critical factors. The chart consists of fuel efficiency, wet grip, and noise emission of a tyre. The values are rated with easy-to-understandgraphicswith ratings from ‘A’ to ‘G’.

It is mandated to attach the proper tyre label on every tyre that is sold all around the UK. We, Matmore Motor Partsin Spalding, happily adhere to the law to do our part in curbing down the pollution from all kinds of vehicles.

Also, when you visit our web store, you will find the correct tyre label along with every single tyre model that is being sold. We take extra care to make sure that the right tyre label is with every tyre, whether we sell it online, or from our garage.

Decoding the EU tyre label –

Every tyre label has an easy to understand rating system, where the best-rated tyre is rated as an ‘A’, whereas the worst one gets as a ’G’. ‘D’ is used as a divider between the top and bottom half of the ranks, creating an easy to understand parameter for the customers.

The entire label falls into three categories, wet grip, road noise, and fuel efficiency. Let’s take a look at each of them.

1. Fuel Efficiency – Every tyre has a specific, pre-determined rolling resistance. The lower the resistance is, the better the mileage of the car. When you look at a set of car tyres from Matmore Motor Parts which has a rating of ‘A’, it means that particular set of tyres will give the best performance out of the lot.

‘A’ rated tyres save almost 6 litres of fuel every 625 miles. This can save you a lot of money in the long run, and while protecting the environment.

2. Wet grip – Tyre grip in the rainy season in an important safety feature. In an EU tyre label, wet grip is evaluated on the same ‘A’ to ‘G’ scale. However, in this case, the ‘G’ grade is deemed too dangerous of a ranking to be usable and works as a benchmark of the least usable product.

Using well-rated tyres, especially during the monsoon is essential. At Matmore Motor Parts, you will find tyres with only the best wet-grip rating. These tyres can shorten your braking distance by almost 60 foot.

3. Noise emission – Car tyres generate a certain amount of noise. In an EU tyre label, this is measured with both a value (depicted in decibel) and with a three-wave symbol. In this case, the lower the value, the better. A tyre with one wave is the quietest. Today, tyres with more than two wavesare restricted by law.

Now that you know how to decipher the EU tyre label, visit Matmore Motor Parts in Spaldingtoday to buy the next set of top-rated tyres at an affordable price. Also, if you haven’t made up your mind yet, we have a team of expert technicians to guide you and help you pick the best product for your car. Visit us today, or book your appointment by calling us. Have a safe ride.