The European tyre label was introduced for passenger cars, light commercial vehicles and heavy duty vehicles, including Truck and Bus Radial (TBR) tyres.
In the European Union, these tyre labels are standardised information tags, providing consumers with essential performance details.

Manufacturers are required to comply with the European tyre labelling regulations. These regulations aim to empower consumers to make informed choices by promoting awareness of a tyre’s environmental impact, safety in wet conditions and noise levels. In this white paper, we provide you with insights into the labelling system and the explanation of the three performance aspect ratings:

  • Fuel efficiency rating
  • Wet grip rating
  • External rolling noise rating

Magna Tyres offers commercial truck tyres with EU tyre labels, which you can find in the Technical Data tables on our tyre pages. For example, in our M-TRUCK tyre range the Magna RG10 tyre for regional purposes and the Magna CO30 tyre for construction purposes.

For more click below:

Magna-tyres_white-paper_EU-tyre-label.pdf (

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