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After replacing the car tires, where did the old tires go?

Tyd: 2020-09-25 Hits: 6

After replacing the car tires, where did the old tires go?


The development of the automobile industry has also brought new development opportunities to some other related industries of the automobile, and tires are one of them.

Due to the continuous development of automobiles in recent years, and the slower development of bicycles and motorcycles, most tires have begun to become part of automobiles.

Most automobile tires are made of rubber. Generally speaking, they are recyclable. As long as they are not burnt, they are generally still valuable.

Owners who drive frequently may find that they often need to replace their tires. The tires of their cars are either worn out or punctured, either leaking or having small holes.

Therefore, car tires are still a relatively easy to consume items.


We all know that most people can't fix car tires, so we generally need to find a car repair shop before we can change tires.

Then the question is, after the car is replaced with a new tire, its own old tire disappears without a trace. Where did it go? Next, I will reveal the secret behind the old car tires for you.

Generally speaking, the old tires of a car are almost of no more use to the car owner. Apart from being used for planting flowers, there is almost no other use value. But, did you know?

This is the "source of the industry" for those dealing with used car tires.


In most cases, after the car owner replaces the car tire, the car repair shop will buy the old tire from the car owner for more than a dozen dollars.

Or it seems that the car owner himself sells the old tires to some waste stations or others. According to normal conditions, the main recycling methods of waste tires are as follows:

Tire vendors collect all kinds of waste tires at tire repair shops, waste stations, drivers, etc. After collection and selection, they will be sold to local or foreign upstream businesses on demand;

Generally speaking, upstream merchants refer to processing sites that retread old tires or repair car tires, or cover tires or cord fabrics.

Upstream businesses will turn used tires into usable tires after processing them and then sell them back to tire repair shops or drivers;

The main functions of upstream merchants include: segmentation, crushing, powdering, oil refining and other links, after which the tires are processed and sold to higher-level merchants. In this way, after layers of processing,

there will be merchants who will further process the processed goods and then sell them


The tire is a ring-shaped elastic rubber product that is assembled on various vehicles or machinery and rolls on the ground. Usually installed on a metal wheel hub, it can support the body, cushion the external impact,

achieve contact with the road and ensure the driving performance of the vehicle.

Tires are often used under complex and harsh conditions. They are subjected to various deformations, loads, forces, and high and low temperature effects during driving. Therefore, they must have high load-bearing performance,

traction performance, and cushioning performance.

At the same time, it also requires high wear resistance and flex resistance, as well as low rolling resistance and heat build-up. Half of the world's rubber consumption is used in tire production,

which shows the ability of tires to consume rubber.