Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 16:21:13 GMT From: Johannes <johsnospamblackhole8945sizefitter.com> Subject: Re: 9000CS Tire Selection Help
Sleeker GT Phwoar wrote: > > In article <42DE46A3.51659C5Anospamail.com>, > rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com says... > > So unless you go racing you don't need Z rated tyres ! > > > If the manual states it should be Z rated, and you don't fit a Z, in the > UK, in the event a claim, your insurance may be invalidated, and you may > leave your self open to not only a charge of driving without insurance, > but also prosecution for driminal negligence for deliberatley driving an > unsafe "in the eyes of the law" machine by not speccing sufficient > quality tyres, along with a large legal bill from your insurance company > to recover anything they have to pay out for injuiry/repair to a third > party (how much does it cost to compensate someone for loss of a > bodypart (hint more than loss of life actually)). They can't deny 3rd > party cover, in a claim against you. But they will claim it back. > -- > Carl Robson > Car PC Build starts again. http://smallr.com/rz > Homepage: http://www.bouncing-czechs.com I recently has Z rated tyres fitted. My car only require V rated, but all the tyres he had of the size 205/55/16 were Z rated. These tyres are also fitted to Mondeos and probably many other medium (mediocre) cars.