"No Tire" Tires from Michelin

What Michelin touts as the next generation of motor vehicle tires was on display at the Philadelphia Car Show recently and causing quite a buzz. No air, no flats, no repair kits, and no stopping them either, here are some pictures.

From an engineering perspective, they are quite remarkable. A band around the outer skin forms the tread surface, supported by an inner deformable wheel and outer flexible spokes.

Now, if only cars could be designed so well.

The new tire design can "curb" the wheel with virtually no injury to the wheel itself, as the flexible spokes give way to the curb pressure.

It's a shame cars aren't built this well. Maybe one day they will be but until then, if you've got a lemon car or lemon truck, click here to email us right now or call us 1-888-331-6422 Toll Free. We know how to get rid of car lemons and truck lemons and get your money back or a new one that's built right. Who knows, maybe you can even get a new set of tires for that new car.

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