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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: EU tyre label, summary

Tyre manufactures must mark their tyres according to EU regulation (EC) No. 1222/2009 (labelling of tyres) as of 01 November 2012.
The labelling of tyres regulation contains the requirements reference markings and representation of information for rolling resistance (fuel efficiency), wet grip and external rolling noise on a standard and approved EU label. The objective is to increase safety and economic and environmental efficiency of road transport by promoting fuel efficient and safe tyres with low noise levels.
The new EU tyre label contains specified data in seven categories from A to G.
There are three different categories:

EU tyre label, summary

1 -  Rolling resistance
Explanations → Anchor
2 -  Wet grip
Explanations → Anchor
3 -  Noise emissions
Explanations → Anchor
EU tyre label
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EU tyre label, objectives
Reducing fuel consumption Increasing road safety Reducing traffic noise The EU tyre label provide ...

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