The Tensile

Go ahead: don’t give to much and fast gas, avoid unnecessary braking and then again accelerate, car roll out. Select maximum speed: tremendously driving does not harm modern engines, speed 50 in fifth gear goes. Remove unnecessary, all out of the trunk, you do not necessarily need. Deliberately use extras: air conditioning and heating cost fuel. Use light oil. Reduce air resistance: bodies break down if you don’t need it. Nokian tyres, the pioneer of eco-friendliness being the environmental performance of a tire by using environmentally friendly materials determined.

Nokian tyres is the pioneer of eco-friendliness, which belongs to its fundamental values, all its tires are green and have high mileage. The company is the first tyre manufacturer worldwide, completely on the use of carcinogenic PAH oils dispensed and used oils that cleaned and the already since late 2004 (PAH = polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons). The complete tire is free of PAK oils and not only the running surface. Finnish premium tire with a green heart. Recently, also the natural product is reduced canola oil used, the tensile strength and wet grip and rolling resistance. The raw materials and choice of materials are unnecessary pressures on the environment avoided. The research and development works on the principle of the sustainable safety: aim is the manufacture of wear-resistant tires that retain their good properties over the entire use period. All tyres produced with PAK oils after 1 January 2010 may not be sold, EU legislation requires.

There are the tire marking stickers of the EU starting in November 2012. All tyres must be marked according to fuel efficiency, wet grip and noise in classes, similar to the rating of refrigerators and washing machines. So the consumer can judge the quality of a tire and realize how fuel-saving is he. The best quality is a green, the worst a red G. At the time, the best tires on the market in the fuel efficiency classification have the c-class.