Campervan tyres have the "CP" mark on their sidewalls. They are specially designed to resist heavy loads and last longer than conventional tyres.
Make sure that you drive with the correct tyre pressure. The lower the tyre pressure, the lower their loading capacities. On heavy vehicles such as campervans, this can cause irreversible damage to the tread.
Do the rear tyres of a campervan need to be overinflated?
"CP" tyres can be overinflated by 0.75 bar on the rear axle of your campervan. Unless otherwise stated in your manufacturer's handbook, you can inflate the front tyres to 4.75 bar and the rear tyres to 5.5 bar. The tread of your "CP" tyres will not be deformed since they are designed to withstand high pressure.
What tyres should you buy for your campervan?
- Michelin XC Camping
- Michelin Agilis Camping
- Michelin Agilis Alpin
- Pirelli Camper L6
- Pirelli Chrono Camper
- Pirelli Carrier Camper
- Continental VancoCamper