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Where to buy


You can get access to over 170 sales depots across India to serve your needs. Click here to find a dealer near you.


When to buy


To ensure the safety, performance and efficiency of your vehicle, it is important to know when to replace your tyres. Here are 2 easy ways to find out whether your vehicle's tyres have worn out and need changing.


  • Locate tread wear indicators


    These are raised bars made of hard rubber lying across two parallel treads. They are difficult to spot on new tyres, but as the tread wears down, tread wear indicators become more visible. Once these bars become flush with the treads, it indicates that your tyre has worn out and needs replacing.

  • Measure tread depth


    Place a ruler within one of the tread grooves of your tyre. It should read more than 1.6mm. If the reading is 1.6mm or below, your tyre should be replaced. Repeat this step in several places around the tyre to ensure accuracy.

How to choose tyres


Choosing the right tyres for your vehicle is not difficult. Here are some key considerations to get the most suitable Birla tyre for your vehicle.


  • Although it is generally true that a larger tyre results in better traction, there are better ways to improve traction than increasing tyre size. Installing a traction differential (locker) with stock truck tyres or a winch is a more efficient way to improve traction.

  • Keep in mind that installing larger tyres will require you to make changes to your vehicle such as increasing its suspension or modifying its gear ratio.

  • The threads of bias truck tyres are designed to self-clean and release foreign objects such as mud to maintain traction. Its rubber compounds are also softer to produce better grip and sidewalls reinforced to prevent damage. Hence, bias truck tyres provide unrivalled performance in harsh off-road situations such as farming and mining.

  • Radial tyres are more suited for paved roads and highways where their versatility produces better road handling at high speeds. Their longevity, handling and smooth ride characteristics make radial tyres perfect for driving in the city.

Why Birla tyres


Whatever your need, wherever you to go, there is a Birla Tyre made for you. Here is a comparison table to help you find the best Birla tyres for your requirements.


Tyre maintenance


You can ensure top mileage, safe performance and optimum handling of your tyres by adopting a few simple habits. Here are 5 rules to get the most out of your Birla tyres.


  • Check tyre pressures regularly.

    Tyre pressures should match the amount of load your vehicle is carrying. Uneven, over or under inflation will lead to premature tyre ageing and poor fuel consumption. Click here to find out more about our tyre inflation guide.
  • Rotate your tyres.

    Do this every 5,000 to 10,000 kilometres between the front and rear axles to ensure all tyres wear out evenly.
  • Cultivate good driving habits.

    Excessive speeding, braking and sideslips will reduce the lifespan of your tyres and compromise safety.
  • Ensure proper wheel alignment and balancing.

    A vehicle is properly aligned when its steering and suspension components are running straight and true. Get a professional to check your vehicle when there is excessive vehicle vibration or side pulling.

Birla Tyre warranty


Birla Tyres stands by its products. That is why every tyre comes with a warranty that guarantees their quality and workmanship. Learn more about our warranty below.


Warranty statement

  • Every effort is made by the company to secure the highest possible standard of excellence of both material and workmanship. The company will not be liable for any claim whether arising in contract or in tort for any injury, loss or damage caused to any person or property by or arising out of the use of any company product.
  • Without prejudice to the above paragraph BIRLA TYRES tyres and tubes are warranted against manufacturing defects arising out of any deficiency in design, Manufacturing, material or workmanship.
    Tyres accepted under warranty claims will be replaced on pro-rata wear based on percentage of tread wear on the basis of measurement of remaining Tread depth.
  • Warranty claim findings made by BIRLA TYRES Technical Service Personnel or Trained and Authorized Personnel would be final and binding to all concerned.

Warranty period

Product Category Warranty Period
Truck/Bus Bias Tyres For a period of two years from the date of manufacture or from the date of invoice (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to Tread Wear Indicators (TWI), whichever is earlier, irrespective of kilometer covered.
Truck/Bus Radial Tyres For a period of three years from the date of manufacture or from the date of invoice (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to Tread Wear Indicators (TWI), whichever is earlier, irrespective of kilometer covered.
Passenger Car tyres (Bias and Radial) For a period of four years from the date of manufacture (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to Tread Wear Indicators (TWI), whichever is earlier, irrespective of kilometer covered.
2wh and 3wh tyres For a period of four years from the date of manufacture (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to 85% Tread Wear , whichever is earlier, irrespective of kilometer covered.
Farm tyres For a period of four years from the date of manufacture (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to Tread Wear Indicators(TWI), whichever is earlier, irrespective of kilometer/hours covered.
OTR tyres (Replacement and OE only) For a period of six years from the date of invoice (Proof of purchase is required), or till the tyre tread is worn up to 80% wear, whichever is earlier, irrespective of hours /kms covered.
Tubes (Truck, LCV, Passenger, Farm, OTR size upto 12.00-24) BIRLA TYRES Tubes are warranted for a period of fifteen months from the date of manufacture irrespective of kilometer covered.
Tubes (2wh/3wh, OTR sizes above 12.00-24) BIRLA TYRES Tubes are warranted for a period of twenty four months from the date of manufacture irrespective of kilometer covered.
All Flaps (Truck, LCV, OTR) BIRLA TYRES Flaps are warranted for a period of nine months from the date of manufacture irrespective of kilometer covered.

  • Tyre warranty is applicable to the first owner of the product.
  • Warranty claims will be routed through OEMs/OEM's Dealer, BIRLA TYRES authorized dealers to the nearest BIRLA TYRES office with a OEM/dealer warranty form/letter/telegram or email.
  • Tyre/tube under complaint will be examined by Service personnel or BIRLA TYRES authorized personnel and the decision will be taken at the time of inspection.
  • Warranty claim findings made by BIRLA TYRES service personnel or trained or authorized personnel would be binding.


Conditions-not entitled for warranty

  • Tyres worn beyond tread wear indicator
  • Tyres with road hazard damages (thru cuts, external injuries, impact break, punctures, repairable or not repairable)
  • Damages on account of incorrect mounting /demounting, improper wheel alignment, balancing.
  • Tyre damage due to vehicle mechanical irregularities.
  • Tyres fitted with vehicles carrying of overload , running with high speeds or tyres with under inflation/over inflation.
  • Tyres which have not been fitted in accordance with the technical recommendations of the company as published from time to time or recommended care and maintenance.
  • Tyres damage on account of accident, fire, chemical explosion, tyre alteration or vandalism.
  • Tyres with Ply/Cords exposed, repaired or retreaded.
  • Tyres with severe uneven wear/ misalignment (MAL) wear.
  • Tyre defects due to climatic conditions, ozone and improper storage.
  • Tyres purchased from unauthorized or second hand dealers.
  • Warranty is limited only for manufacturing defects as stated in warranty statement.
  • This warranty is only applicable in India.
  • The company reserves the right to change or modify the terms and conditions of aforesaid warranty policy without having any obligation or notice.


Disclaimer

  • Warranty does not provide compensation for any direct or indirect losses, damages incurred on account of tyre failure or any expenses towards tyre mounting demounting , alignment, balancing etc.
  • This warranty is only for the product under complaint and if the tyre is accepted under warranty the companion tyre or the other vehicles components will not be considered for warranty.
  • The company reserves the right to change or modify the terms and conditions of aforesaid warranty policy without having any obligation or notice.

How to check for tyre inflation


Maintenance of proper tyre pressure is important to achieve optimum mileage. Use the table below to check whether your tyres have the proper pressure levels. Make sure your vehicle has not been driven for more than 2km before taking a reading with an air pressure gauge.



Loads and Inflation Pressures (Single and Duals) for reference speed 100 Kmph.




When to rotate tyres


Do this every 5,000 to 10,000 kilometres between the front and rear axles to ensure all tyres wear out evenly. Here is a tyre rotation guide for different vehicle configurations.


Tyre rotation for 4x2 vehicles




Tyre rotation for 6x2 vehicles




Tyre rotation for 6x4 vehicles




How to read tyres


Each Birla tyre comes with a tyre code just above its rim. This code displays overall information about the tyre such as its size, load carry capacity, construction (e.g. radial) and speed rating. The following table will teach you how to read this code so that replacing your next set of tyres will be quick and easy.