Buses rely on tires to get safely through the route

Bus routes can be short or long, while they still need to get the passengers to their end destination in a safe manner. They also have to do so regardless of weather conditions, so regardless if the roads are dry, wet or even filled with snow the buses should be able to safely and remain on schedule. The buses depending on if they drive in cities or more regional driving will have some different requirements. The city buses will have more frequent stops, be impacted by curbs and potholes to a higher degree than the regional buses that tend to frequent more motorways and rely on more long haul driving with wear resistance being key instead of impact durability.

Key with bus tires is that they can withstand the high load, have good low rolling resistance, so that you have low wear and good fuel efficiency. Low fuel consumption is good for the environment, as you will have low CO2 emissions. So make sure that you equip your bus fleet with tires that have long trouble free service life, with minimum unscheduled downtime that will impact the bus passengers and add costs to the operations. Check the tire condition so that the tires are free from cuts and cracks, then make sure that the tread depth is good so that you have good safety properties.

You will often different tires for drive and steer, while some tires have been designed to fit wheel on both positions. If you need good winter tires for your bus, as it will drive in areas that will have snow during the winter season the best option might be the Nokian Hakkapeliitta City Bus tires. These tires for example can be used both for steer or drive and have excellent winter grip. These tires are good for the winter and are winter approved and have the 3PMSF-symbol indicating that they have passed the stringent tests that are on winter tires. These will get you safely from stop to stop within cities even on snow and ice filled roads. They reinforced sidewalls to protect from curb or pothole impact to ensure that you will have less tire related problems. The Nokian Hakkapeliitta series is a well know winter tire brand of Nokian Tyres, which actually invented the winter tires for trucks back in 1930-ies.

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