Tyres #1: Flat ground, tamping, water and getting hit in the head

Gav, Asher, Phil B and Leon getting underway on the Earthship Retaining Wall.

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  1. The use of silica can result in a reduction in rolling resistance of 20% and more. Assuming correct tyre pressures are maintained and making allowances for varying speeds and different driving characteristics, a 20% reduction in rolling resistance equates to a 5% fuel saving, which, according to Michelin in their promotion of the Michelin Energy, can save the average motorist £65.00 a year, covering the cost of the tyres over the life of the tyres.

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