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MRF ZVT

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Anil

Hi, I drive a 2010 Volkswagen Polo running on MRF ZVT tyres. Recently, while driving on the bad roads of UP, the front left tyre of my car hit a pothole really hard and now I have noticed a bubble on the the same tyre’s sidewall. Is it safe to continue driving on that tyre?

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Bubble on the tyre sidewall is a major safety hazard and it is very unsafe for you to use that tyre as it could blowout anytime. Bubble is formed on the sidewall when theinner cords of the tyre gets damaged. Please get it replaced immediately.

Saam Moorevia Google

Hi Ramit I want to change tyres for my Scorpio 2007 235/70 R16 suggest me. Thank you

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Hi Saam,

Here are three options you can consider:

For better on-road performance: Apollo HP

http://tyres.cardekho.com/apollo/apterra-hp/235-70-r16-105h-tubeless

For occasional mild off-roading or rough terrain: Apollo HT

http://tyres.cardekho.com/apollo/apterra-ht/235-70-r16-105s-tubeless

If you want your tyre to look stylish: MRF ZGP

http://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zgp/235-70-r16

An added bonus is that the MRF is also good for slush and sand. Its performance is at par with the Apollo HT in gravel and rocky situations.

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