Is It Rubber or Tweel
Tired of checking your tires for air? No problem!
Having enough air in our tires is a safety check American’s just don’t seem to be able to handle. Now, Michelin may take air out of the safety equation with their revolutionary new “Tweel,” a combination of tire and wheel that rides on rubber permanently attached to flexible spokes fused with a flexible wheel that deforms to absorb shock. Checking tire pressure, fixing flats, highway blowouts and balancing between traction and comfort could all fade into memoryâ€”if the Tweel becomes real.