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NOT-FOR-PROFIT TYRE safety organisation Tyresafe has released its updated caravan tyre leaflet today.

Technical discussions were held with both tyre manufacturers and caravan manufacturers to ensure the greatest legitimacy.Greater peace of mindThe update was carried out after discussions to implement a rule stating that maximum vehicle load should not exceed 90% of the combined tyre load capacity, as indicated by their load index.

NOT-FOR-PROFIT TYRE safety organisation Tyresafe has released its updated caravan tyre leaflet today.

 

Technical discussions were held with both tyre manufacturers and caravan manufacturers to ensure the greatest legitimacy.

 

Greater peace of mind

The update was carried out after discussions to implement a rule stating that maximum vehicle load should not exceed 90% of the combined tyre load capacity, as indicated by their load index.

 

The new leaflet contains updates load and inflation pressure tables, making it easy for you to find your van's recommended limits. With the new recommendation in place, there is a now a 10% safety margin to keep caravanners even safer.

 

Download the new leaflet and get further information on caravan tyre safety by clicking here.

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