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All my tyres will wear at the same rate, won’t they?

The load on each of the tyres on your car is different depending on the tyre’s position. What this means is that, depending on the mounting position of the tyre, the wear-rate of that tyre will be different to the tyres fitted on other positions of your vehicle.  Read more..

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Why does my car a Wheel Alignment?

When you’re driving along in your car, all of the wheels are heading in the same direction as the car, aren’t they?  Read more..

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Tyre Load Identification

Standard Load and Extra Load are used to identify a given size tyre with its load and inflation limits when used in the specific service as defined in the heading of the Tyre and Rim tables.  Read more..

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Definition of Terms in the Standards Manual

Below are the definition of new tyre dimensions. Read more..

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TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEMS

Tyre pressure monitoring systems Read more..

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The 2013 edition of the Tyre & Rim Association of Australia’s Standards Manual

The 2013 edition of the Tyre & Rim Association of Australia’s Standards Manual is now available. Read more..

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2018 Manual Revisions24-Apr-2018

What's been revised in the 2018 Australian Tyre & Rim Standards Manual 2018 Revisions (/blog/..

2018 Standards Manual 24-Apr-2018

The 2018 Tyre and Rim Association Standards Manual is being published and will be available very..