Reinforced tyre for car trailers 195/55 R10C
Size: 195/55 R10C
N speed index, which means that the maximum speed at which this tire can be used is 140 km/h.
The load index of this tire is 98/96, so its maximum load is 750/710 kg.
E (fuel efficiency), C (wet grip), 72 dB (noise level)
Fuel efficiency determines the rolling resistance of a tire. The lower it is, the lower the fuel consumption and energy demand, and the lower the environmental impact of lower CO 2 emissions. Grades are graded from A to G , where D is not assigned. Increasing the class by one translates into a saving of about 0.1 liter of fuel per 100 km. The difference between the G and A classes determines a reduction in fuel consumption by approx. 7.5%.
Wet grip is a key factor in a tire's safety performance. Its value primarily informs about the braking distance on a wet asphalt surface. Grades are graded from A to G , where D and G are not assigned. The difference in braking distance between adjacent classes with a wet surface and the starting speed of 80 km/h is between one and two vehicle lengths about 3.0-6.0 meters, approximately 4.5 m. The difference in braking distance between classes A and F is over 18 meters.
The noise level parameter describes the noise a tire produces when rolling on the road surface. It is measured in decibels (dB). The noise emission of tires affects the overall sound intensity of a vehicle, it also affects driving comfort and the noise pollution of the environment. For example, the difference between 75 dB and 72 dB may seem small, but in reality a 3 dB difference is a halving of the noise level.