How to Repair Continental Tires?

Answer Continental tires use a heated press to conjoin the tread, ply, belts, beads, sidewalls and inner liner of the tire. The press vulcanizes the rubber, creating a durable single unit. Manufacturers u... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Repair Continental Tires

Who makes continental tires?

Continental tires are made by Continental, one of the five largest automotive suppliers in the world, according to the company's website. It not only manufacturers tires but also engine sensors, ve... Read More »

Where are Continental tires made?

Germany's Continental Corporation is the parent company of Continental Tire North America, Inc. (CTNA), based in Charlotte, North Carolina. CTNA's passenger and light-truck division manufactures ti... Read More »

How to Repair Tires & Wheels?

A vehicle's wheel comprise two sections. These are the steel belted radial and a metallic rim. The occasional pothole, nail, large rock, or other hazard can cause damage to one or both sections of ... Read More »

How to Repair Truck Tires?

Tires are a combination of steel and nylon sealed within rubber through vulcanization. Passenger tires typically use four plies or layers of nylon and rubber within the sidewalls of the tire. Truck... Read More »