List of abbreviations

    Cord: Tyres marked with a cord code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Daimler-Chrysler.

    F: Tyres marked with an F code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Fiat, Ford or Ferrari.

    *: Tyres marked with a * code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and BMW.

    ~: Tyres marked with a ~ code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Volvo.

    MO: Tyres marked with a MO code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Mercedes-Benz.

    AOE/RO1/B/AO: Tyres marked with an AOE/RO1/B/AO code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Audi.

    AM8/AM9: Tyres marked with a AM8/AM9 code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Aston Martin.

    N0 to N7: An N0 to N7 code indicates that the tyre has been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Porsche.

    K1: Tyres marked with a K1 code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Ferrari.

    J: Tyres marked with a J code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Jaguar.

    VO: Tyres marked with a VO code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Volkswagen.

    XL / EL / RF / Reinf.: This code on the side of the tyre means that the tyre has a higher load-index.

    C1: Tyres marked with a C1 code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Chrysler.

    MFS / FSL: This code on the side of the tyre means that the tyre has wheel protection.

    M3: Tyres marked with a M3 code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and BMW. Especially for BMW M3. Especially for BMW M3.

    FR: This code on the side of the tyre means that the tyre has side protection.

    1: Tyres marked with a 1 code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Maserati.

    GREEN X: This code on the side of the tyre means that this tyre has less rolling resistancy.

    G: Tyres marked with a G code have been developed in cooperation between the tyre producers and Opel.

    RWL / OWL: The tyre has white letters on the side of the tyre.

    The following codes mean that the tyre is designed to resist the effects of deflation when punctured. This assures, that the vehicle could be driven at reduced speed and limited distance:

    SSR = Self Supporting Runflat

    DSST = Dunlop Self Supporting Technology

    RFT = Run Flat Tyre

    EMT = Extra Mobility Time

    ZP = Zero Pressure

    ROF = Run on Flat

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      Managing director: Menno Beukers

      Im Hammereisen 27e
      47559 Kranenburg-Nütterden
      Germany

      Phone: +492826/91896-0
      Fax: +492826/91896-10
      E-Mail: info@tyreweb.de