Out and about on two wheels cost-effectively and safely
MotorradreifenDirekt.de: Appropriate sets of tyres are relevant to safety
Delticom AG, Hanover - 12th of October 2008. The drivers' declared enemies are the high traffic volume with daily traffic jams in the city centres and blocked roads. On two wheels however, you are out and about faster but also more cost-effectively. The second car on two wheels is "en vogue".
A cost comparison by IVM* between a scooter (power scooter, 250 ccm, 22 HP) and a passenger car (small car, 75 HP), demonstrates clearly: the scooter is the clear winner in terms of savings regarding acquisition and maintenance costs. The average consumption costs and insurance costs were compared. According to the comparison, the running costs of a scooter are less by one-third in comparison to the costs of a passenger car. Even the registration figures in Germany from January to August 2008 support this: The figures have increased consistently, as for scooters (of more than 125 ccm) they have increased to more than 46.8 percent in comparison to the previous year.
On the road only those who are safe, who ensure that their wheels are fitted with sets of tyres that are appropriate for the weather conditions. For good, winter-resistant tyres for two-wheelers it comes down to short heating periods and functioning water drainage and thus safety under wet conditions. In order to be able to drive safety in all conditions, even in the wet and cold weather, you still do not need to dig deep into your purse. At Europe's biggest Internet tyre specialist - Delticom AG - scooter and motorcycle tyres are available from the online shop www.MotorradreifenDirekt.de. Also, the M+S tyres are becoming more interesting , i.e., the winter tyres for scooters that are driven in conurbations throughout the year. Amongst others , the Heidenau, Schwalbe, Sava, Duro and Metzeler M+S tyres are offered here, and due to the current trend towards two wheelers, their demand is on the increase.
For more information, please visit www.delti.com and www.MotorradreifenDirekt.de
* IVM = Industrie Verband Motorrad e.V. (Industrial Motorbikes Association .)