EU Tyre Label
All car tyres sold in the European Union must have an EU tyre label affixed to them. This label provides specific and transparent information on three key aspects related to vehicular performance. The label has details on rolling resistance which has a direct bearing on fuel efficiency, noise levels when the tyres are running and wet braking capacity.
If you are looking to purchase EU rated tyres Bilston, you can contact our facility for the best options at the most attractive prices. We are First Stop Auto Centre, the most feted and experienced retailer of wheels in Bilston.
Our inventory has models from the likes of Michelin, Goodyear and Dunlop. We sell EU rated tyres in both bulk and smaller volumes.
Reading an EU label
The EU label gives a wide range of information on the wheels of all passenger cars in the United Kingdom. Once you decode them, you can easily purchase a quality model from our facility.
- Wet grip
An EU tyre label Wolverhampton has specific details on a wheel’s wet grip. Wet grip depicts how safe the tyre is for driving on a damp surface. The ratings are on a scale of ‘A’ to ‘G’. The closer a tyre is to grade A, the better it is.
For testing purposes, the European Union assumed that a car is driving at 80 km/hour. Tyres graded ‘A’ stopped faster than other types and provided much better safety.
At First Stop Auto Centre, we have a wide range of superior-quality wheels from the best manufacturers sold at budget prices.
- Fuel efficiency
EU tyre label also grades how fuel efficient a tyre is. This factor is dependent on rolling resistance. Fuel efficiency is measured on a scale of ‘A’ to ‘G.’ Some of the best wheels are closer to the grade ‘A.’ Between A and G, fuel economy falls by 1 litre for every 60 miles driven.
- External or rolling noise
The last aspect that an EU tyre label Bilston measures is rolling noise, a significant contributor to environmental pollution. The levels are measured in decibels. Tyres which have a rolling sound between 72 and 76 dB have 3 waves emblazoned on their EU label. On the other hand, wheels with rolling noise between 67 and 71 dB have a single wave in the emblem. A single wave depicts a very silent tyre, which is ideal for use.
Why choose First Stop Auto Centre?
We are one of the only facilities in Bilston which sells tyres of various types based on their functionality and EU label. Our team of professionally trained automotive experts can suggest better models to you when you ask them for purchasing advice. First Stop Auto Centre also passes on any additional bells and whistles that are standard features of EU rated tyres Wolverhampton
You can also opt to buy tyres online. Our website has a dedicated security apparatus in place which makes online transactions safe and your data secure.