The recutting or regrooving of a tyre can add valuable millimetres of tread which result in more miles and better value for money.
By monitoring your tyres through our regular fleet check programme we are able to ensure that the highest possible proportion of tyres on your fleet are regrooved in order to obtain maximum tyre life because of effective tyre management.
Tyres should ideally be regrooved when they have 3 – 5 millimetres of tread remaining. This leaves enough rubber on the tyre to recut it safely. With less tread there is a higher risk that the recutting blade will cut through to the base rubber and to the cords, which in turn can damage the tyre.