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Changing tires from class F to B will reduce your wet braking distance by approximately*

48 feet

92 feet*

105 feet*

120 feet*

136 feet*

153 feet*

92 feet*

105 feet*

120 feet*

136 feet*

153 feet*

Explore different wet grip classes

Classes G and D are not applicable.

*Braking on a wet road surface from 50 mph. The actual stopping distance can vary according to the road surface and conditions.

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The impact speed specifies how quickly a vehicle using the selected tires will be travelling when it hits an obstacle, compared to one using class A tires.

Since November 2012, mandatory tire labeling applies across the EU. On the new labels tire manufacturers must indicate the fuel efficiency, wet grip and exterior noise levels of their tires. The wet grip classifications range from A (very good) to F (very poor).

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Our Fuel Saving Calculator is TÜV approved.

The evaluation of the fuel saving app did not reveal deviations from the requirements regarding correctness, completeness and validity. The app satisfies the requirements of the TÜV standard no. TUV-TRIT-403-20120230.