Airless Tires vs Airless Tyres
A question or a paridgym ?
Actually the answer is grammar. The spelling tyre is used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand after being revived in the 19th century. Both tyre and tire were used in the 15th and 16th centuries. The United States did not adopt the revival of tyre, and tire is the only spelling currently used there and in Canada.
Croc Tyres have their own unique brand of airless tyres (airless tires) manufactured to stringent standards and have been tested on many types of vehicles, including:
- Skid steer loaders
- Drill rigs
- Shotcrete machines
Advancements in the auto industry suggest that airless tyres (airless tires) would be a welcome step forward for consumers as well as the auto industry.
Currently, most airless tyres (airless tires) on the market are made from solid rubber or plastic.
Golf carts, trailers and lawnmowers are a few examples of these tires being used in commercial applications.
BENEFITS OF AIRLESS TIRES FOR CARS
NO FLAT TIRES – EVER
YOU WON’T NEED A SPARE TIRE
HEAVY VEHICLE INDUSTRIES CAN SAVE MONEY
Croc Tyres – they’ll never let you down.