SEE HOW OTHERS ARE SAVING FUEL WITH THE MICHELIN® X ONE® TIRE.

ROLLING RESISTANCE COMPARISON

Compare the rolling resistance of your tires to the MICHELIN® X One® tire.

ROLLING RESISTANCE AND OTHER LOSS FACTORS

A truck engine has to overcome three major forces in order to maintain speed:

AERODYNAMIC DRAG

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At 65mph, aerodynamic drag accounts for approximately 40% of fuel consumption.

MECHANICAL LOSSES

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Mechanical losses account for approximately 25% of fuel consumption.

ROLLING RESISTANCE

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Rolling resistance accounts for approximately 35% of fuel consumption.

MICHELIN® X ONE® TIRES CAN REDUCE ROLLING RESISTANCE UP TO 30%.

How? It only offers two sidewalls compared to the usual four of duals. Plus, it offers advanced tread and casing technologies.

 

HOW ROLLING RESISTANCE AFFECTS A TIRE

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OVER 4% FUEL SAVINGS

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