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Two global brands joins hand to create 'service excellence' by enhancing customer satisfaction in the replacement market by offering 'Mercedes-Benz Approved Tyres supplied by Continental Tyres
Lassa tyres, made in Turkey, and Maxxis tyres, the most popular in the Egyptian market, witnessed increased prices, with 175/70 R13 tyres registering EGP 370 compared to EGP 270 five months prior.
Sales of tyres in Qatar have remained high this summer, with some dealers saying the figures have been particularly impressive since July.
Pierre Granzotto, VP for Michelin AIM (Africa, India & Middle East), stated: "It is essential to take care of your vehicle's tyres during the summer months when the scorching degrees and high humidity can be taxing for components.
Bridgestone UK managing director Robin Shaw explained the move: "There are literally millions of tyres on our roads which are illegal and pose a danger to other motorists' lives.
According to TechSci Research report, Turkey Tyre Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020, tyre market in Turkey is forecast to cross US$ 2.
In 2014, passenger car tyre segment dominated Costa Rica's tyre market with a market share of around 50%, in volume terms, followed by two-wheeler tyre, light commercial vehicle tyre, OTR tyre, and medium & heavy commercial vehicle tyre segments.
Designed to provide better grip in cold and damp conditions compared with normal 'summer' tyres, winter tyres are ideal for British roads right the way through winter - when temperatures rarely rise above seven degrees Celsius - to the spring.
Winter tyres can make a great difference to the grip you have in icy or snowy conditions and in recent years these have been increasing in popularity among UK motorists.
It found that more than a third of the 817 part-worn tyres bought in mystery shopper exercises across the country during the last year contained faults or damage which meant that they should not have been offered for sale.
The growing industrialisation and increasing investments in the kingdom are further likely to push the demand for automobiles and tyres in Saudi Arabia over the next five years.
Designed with the daredevil in mind, high performance tyres can clock speeds in excess of 250km/h.