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The revolutionary range is now available in select southern markets of India

Mumbai, NFAPost: India’s leading tyre manufacturer, CEAT Tyres announced the launch of its new Puncture Safe Tyres for motorcycles.

This new range of tubeless tyres will offer technology to consumers that will resist loss of air pressure, in case of puncture allowing a hassle-free and safe ride.

The tyres are currently available in Kerala, Bangalore, Mysore & parts of Karnataka as well as Coimbatore & Salem in Tamil Nadu.

The ‘Puncture Safe’ range is designed to prevent the tyre from deflating at the point of puncture. This property is provided by patented Sealant developed in-house by CEAT that seals the punctures, making the range a truly self-healing tyre.

The tyre also comes in a unique box packaging, which is also patented. Also, the sealant can seal punctures for nails upto 2.5 mm in diameter. These tyres are secure, unique and performance oriented that will improve the safety of a two wheeler rider, eradicating any potential accidents caused due to punctured tyres.

The CEAT puncture safe tyres are available in seven different sizes while being compatible with popular selling motorcycles and can be reviewed at  

Talking about the unique initiative, CEAT Tyres Ltd Chief Marketing Officer Amit Tolani said the company’s aim has and will always be to ‘Make mobility Safer and Smarter.’

“The CEAT Puncture Safe tyres were launched with an aim to save our consumers’ time and energy, and to deal with the most common problem for any two-wheeler rider; a flat tyre. The self-healing feature of these range of tyres is its biggest USP that we believe will attract a lot of customers,” said CEAT Tyres Ltd Chief Marketing Officer Amit Tolani.

CEAT Tyres Ltd Chief Marketing Officer Amit Tolani also modern problems require modern solutions and CEAT are working towards finding those solutions for customers.

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