The lifespan and performance of tyres can be increased by correct handling and proper storage when not in use. It is very important therefore that everyone is aware of how to do this.
Before placing tyres in storage, we recommend cleaning them properly with water to remove any salt residue and drying them. Tyres are best kept in a cool and preferably ventilated area with no direct sunlight. They must not be stored near electronic devices which emit ozone, such as welding equipment, transformers or electric motors. In addition, tyres must not come into contact with chemicals, solvents, lubricants or oil products as these can affect the rubber layer of the tyres and reduce their lifespan.