The solid tire improves the heat generation function of the tire and greatly reduces the heat generation of the tire. The solid tire and the rim are press-fitted together through an interference fit. Excessive heat generation of the carcass and expansion will cause the tire to slip.
Ordinary tires and all-season tires are wear-resistant, but in winter, especially below zero degrees Celsius, the traction of the tires will be relatively reduced, and there will be slipping on the ice and snow roads. The grooved process of snow tires is easier to remove snow and has stronger grip. The rubber composition is higher and it is not abrasion resistant.
Solid tires have the advantages of good rigidity, high hardness, good stiffness, small deformation, small expansion coefficient, low heat generation, etc., so the slip ring phenomenon caused by the expansion of the hub caused by the heat generation of the tire is basically eliminated. The tire anti-skid ring is a tire anti-skid device provided for cars driving on icy and snowy roads.
It utilizes the tufted filaments protruding from the tread and the round pits of the tread to greatly improve the grip between the tire and the ground. It has the characteristics of good anti-skid effect, no damage to the road surface, convenient installation and use, low cost, and simple structure.
In addition to doing more protection work on vehicle design and configuration, careful operation when encountering special road conditions is the key to preventing skidding. Solid tires on wet and slippery roads should be controlled more gently, and you should always be alert to possible accidents and emergencies ahead. When driving on the road on a rainy day, your shoes may get wet and easily slip off the pedal when you step on the pedal. The soles of the shoes should be wiped dry on the car carpet before starting the engine. All car drivers should regularly check that the headlights, taillights, brake lights, and turn signals are in normal condition.