I believe that they are black because black color is the best radiator of heat. Tyres heat up a lot when they roll because of the impact they experience as they hit the road, expansion and contraction of the gases in the tyres and friction between the tyre and the road.
If the tyres were any other color, say white then it will retain more heat which could damage the tyre. Probably melt it or cause it to explode because of the expansion of the gas as it is being heated. Even if it did not explode, the high temperature is not good for the tyre as it promotes wear and tear.
Because of Carbon all the tyres are black . if you want to know more about the tyres please visit http://www.clickontyres.com/.
by Anjili 6 years ago
Would you choose tubeless tyres for your car or those with tubes? Why?
by bonnieper 7 years ago
I have a new small tyre which was from a childs bike. Is it safe to give to my dog to play... or could it be toxic?
by Venkatachari M 12 months ago
Why are people using more and more confusing and ambiguous words nowadays?I am seeing this trend nowadays very frequently that words get used which can refer to two or more meanings thereby creating confusion among readers.For example, "Tire" instead of Tyre". Tire refers to getting...
by maria.rose 7 years ago
Why are car tyres not made of metal?
by Kate McBride 3 years ago
Do you see the world in black and white or colour?Sometimes there is just right and wrong,in other words black and white but putting things in perspective requires a more lenient or colourful view or we become frustrated between the difference between the ideal we are striving for and reality
by Eileen 6 years ago
Just read this on facebook and thought it was hilarious with the replies so I thought of sharing this with my fellow hubbers to see what we will get..And here is my bandname:Black Waffle
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