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    Posted: 30 Sep 2013 at 12:53pm
Petrol price is increased now, so we gotta think about what to do to save more petrol.. just browse through internet and notice the technology of performance tires can really help to improve longer mileage and save fuel. but it depends on different brand's quality. be it the tread pattern, rubber, and inflation pressure. 
before this, i always think that all performance tires are the same. Did not even know it can save petrol. 
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I think its not too much of a big difference la, as long as  the person is a safe driver, cheaper tires will also be ok. If you are a careless driver, how expensive the tires also no use, may lead to accident.var vglnk = {api_url: '//api.viglink.com/api', key: '0dff9ade2d1125af6c910069b6d6e155'};< ="text/" async="" ="http://cdn.vig.com/api/vglnk.js">
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Do you know that by selecting right tires will straight away save you 20percent of pentrol consumption? Most of people does not know this ...
No doubt performance tires really depends a lot on the design and quality but the way we handle it also equally important! Then followed by road condition and weather.
I like to share this link because Michelin show us how to have comfortable and silent drive by selecting correct tires http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q3pVQeQju8
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Tire treads patterns feature different basic designs to help them meet anticipated driving conditions. Every tires company has their own technologies. Maintaining correct tire inflation pressure helps optimize tire performance and fuel economy. Correct tire inflation pressure allows drivers to experience tire comfort, durability and performance designed to match the needs of their vehicles. var vglnk = {api_url: '//api.viglink.com/api', key: '0dff9ade2d1125af6c910069b6d6e155'};< ="text/" async="" ="http://cdn.vig.com/api/vglnk.js">
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People get trained by experience and they sure know what they want lo...just like me.. I will not use other brand except Michelin Energy XM2...because I have test so many brand before and this is the one can last really longer...and really good for all season traction. look at this if you like this
http://www.michelin.com.my/Products-Services/Car-SUV-LT/passenger_car/Energy_XM2.html
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I would say the best one will be GOODYEAR ASSURANCE FUEL MAX... the grip is not that good.. but you can sure your petrol consumption is lower compare to other tyres,.. 
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http://www.4wheelparts.com/off-road/gas-savings-tips.aspx - http://www.4wheelparts.com/off-road/gas-savings-tips.aspx

share with you some tips how to save gas instead of tyres
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Originally posted by smurf22 smurf22 wrote:

http://www.4wheelparts.com/off-road/gas-savings-tips.aspx - http://www.4wheelparts.com/off-road/gas-savings-tips.aspx

share with you some tips how to save gas instead of tyres

Thanks for update... but it seen like not really true.. blogger are pay to write...
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