How Car Brakes And Tyres Work Together
Whether you’re looking for safety or performance is always good to know that the relationship between your car breaks and your tyres needs to be in perfect harmony.
Have you ever wondered how your car breaks work? How do we stop the forward motion of a huge vehicle just by pressing the brake pedal with your foot?
Well, the answer is simple; the mechanical know-how is not. However, the answer to how a vehicle braking system works; is hydraulic pressure to create kinetic energy.
Firstly, when you step on your brake pedal, you are pressurizing the entire brake system and it’s this hydraulic pressure that creates kinetic energy.
Kinetic energy creates friction, which stops the vehicle.
For example, all four wheels of your car are fitted with either a brake rotor or a brake drum that is attached and sping with the wheels.
So when you apply your brakes, your brake shoes or brake pads press against the rotor or drum creating friction. Thus, slowing down and eventually stopping your car.
Brake Pad Accessories & Brake Pad Parts
Your car brakes keep your car’s braking system in good repair. So, its good practice to use top-quality brake components. MTC Garage can help with spares and repairs for all parts, makes and models.
Trust us to supply and fit your vehicle with brake pads, brake discs, calipers, and more.
What Type of Tyres to Choose?
The tyre you need is dependant on the kind of car you drive and what type of driving you do. If you drive short distances in and around town, school runs, or local shops then economy and safety will be a primary concern when choosing a tyre.
However, If you do a lot of motorway driving then low noise, comfort and fuel saving might all be factors to consider in helping you find the right tyre.
Meanwhile, drivers with luxury cars and sports cars will be interested in high-performance tyres, Because, this type of tyre will offer precision handling, excellent traction and manoeuvrability at speed.
We supply top brand car tyres such as Bridgestone tyres, Pirelli tyres, Dunlop tyres, Continental tyres, Goodyear tyres and Michelin tyres. As well as mid-range alternatives including Avon tyres, Firestone tyres and Yokohama tyres. Plus, we’ve’ve also got a range of quality budget brand tyres.
At MTC Garage we can advise you on the right car tyre for your driving requirements, and our low tyre prices won’t break your budget. Get in touch with one of our team on 01704 893337 or use our online contact form.