The Michelin Primacy 4 tyre manufacturers blurb says that the tyres have square cut sides to the tread grooves which reduces the drop off in performance of the tyre as they wear below 3mm. Tyre tread is usually bath tub shape in section with rounded bottoms and sloping sides, reducing the space for rainwater as they wear.
I've replaced the front tyres on my Zoe twice at just below 3 mm tread left in the centre, but barely legal on the outer edges as the tyres start with less tread on the outer edges on the Zoe seems to wear them a bit more heaily ( even though infalated to 40psi). Both changes were at 25 000 miles. I changed the rear tyres as well at the last change as they were close to 3mm and the side walls were cracking.
Hi guys this is my 2nd post here. I'm new. I'm a tesla owner model 3.
Anyway my sister is thinking about getting a bolt. She looked on carfax and it seems like mostly all the dealerships are selling 2017's. Y?
Did chevy make a change or something? ,Why does like all the dealers only have like...
Ban SUV adverts to meet UK climate goals, report urges
Pushing at an open door with me, but what do the rest of you think? Even with "green" electricity they use more of it, more resources and are more dangerous.
This isn't proposing a ban on their ownership for people that need them, just on...
I for some reason started to come down on the side of the "yes there's climate change, but its probably not human related" argument, but I watched this afternoon a film called "Merchants of Doubt" - and I'm now going to recommend it to anyone and everyone - Of course every side...
I picked up my i3 from EVEZY last week and thought we could all do with a place to share experiences and answer any questions people may have about the process.
First some background
EVEZY are a short term electric car lease company with a unique business model.
1) You rent the car...