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Can the material used for aircraft tires be used for regular car tires?

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The materials are in fact pretty much the same, but it is the design that is different, you can try having a closer look during your next car tyre fit. As others have explained, airplane tires would not work well on autos and they would be much more expensive than what you can buy now. Auto tires are engineered and constructed very well and the quality has improved dramatically over the years. In the 1970's, top-of-the-line Michelin tires were good for 40,000 miles with a top speed rating of 100mph and they cost about $100 each. Today, the best passenger tires can go 80,000 miles at speeds up to 130mph and they cost about $150 each. Adjusting for inflation, they are cheaper today than 30 years ago, and they are far better tires.

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