General terms and conditions of TASY
(a) These General Terms and Conditions apply to all actions and legal proceedings that take place between TASY s. r. o., Mokrá 358, 664 04 Mokrá – Horákov, IČO 26936321, VAT number: CZ26936321, registered in the commercial register maintained by the Regional Court in Brno, in section C, insert no. 46798, (hereinafter referred to as the "Seller") and to the buyer acting as part of his business activity (hereinafter referred to as the "Buyer"), who accepts these general terms and conditions by placing an order confirmed by the Seller, purchasing goods or concluding a purchase contract the rights and obligations of the participants in these legal relationships arising on the basis of the purchase contract. At the same time, they serve as rules for the interpretation of the content of the law and the obligations of the participants.
(b) The Seller supplies the goods to the Buyer based on the order delivered to the Seller, which he confirms to the Buyer. The order can be made by the Buyer in the form of a letter, by telephone or by e-mail and must contain all the following details: type/description of the ordered goods (for tires in particular size, load capacity and speed index, pattern type), number of pieces, place of destination/delivery of the goods, price goods according to the valid price list of the Seller and the Sheet of delivery conditions, identification data of the Seller and the Buyer. In the case of a written order, also the date of issue and the Buyer's signature. In the event that the purchase price of the goods is not stated in the order or in its confirmation, it is considered that the price of the goods is given by the valid price list of the Seller. If the price of the goods is not indicated in the Seller's price list, the Seller and the Buyer intend to conclude a purchase contract in accordance with the terms and conditions. § 2085 paragraph 2 of the Civil Code. i.e. even without determining the purchase price.
(c) Sending price lists, general offers, circulars and other materials, including promotional materials, to the Buyer by the Seller shall not be considered an offer to conclude a purchase contract, a proposal to change the framework contract and shall not obligate the Seller to supply the goods.
(d) Each order of the Buyer must be confirmed by the Seller in any of the forms listed above in point (b). The purchase contract is concluded at the moment when the order is unconditionally accepted by the Buyer (ie, e.g. at the time of delivery of the letter to the Buyer's address or immediately in the case of confirmation by telephone). In the event that the Seller does not confirm the delivered order and deliver the goods to the Buyer on the date specified in the Buyer's order or within the usual delivery period, it is considered that the purchase contract is concluded at the time of delivery of the goods. In the event that the confirmation of the order by the Seller contains any change or reservation to the Buyer's order (with the exception of the agreement regarding the type and quantity of goods), the purchase contract is considered concluded, with the fact that the non-essential part of the contract will be negotiated additionally. Failure to reach an additional agreement on the further content of the contract does not affect the validity of the concluded purchase contract.
(e) Deliveries of goods and their invoicing are carried out by the Seller in accordance with the valid price list, payment and delivery terms valid between the participants on the date of delivery of the order to the Seller. In the event of an obvious error in the price list, consisting mainly of an unreasonably low price of the goods, the Seller is entitled to unilaterally withdraw from the purchase contract.
(f) The delivery of the goods takes place by sending the goods to the Buyer from the Seller's warehouse or from its supplier's warehouse to the destination agreed between the Buyer and the Seller. Personal collection by the Buyer from the Seller's warehouse is possible. When taking directly from the Seller's warehouse, the Seller does not provide the Buyer with any benefits or discounts. Unless otherwise agreed, the Seller and the Buyer have agreed that partial deliveries and early fulfillment for reasons on the Seller's side are possible and the Buyer is not entitled to refuse such delivery. Unless otherwise stated in the contract, the place of performance is the Buyer's registered office
(g) The risk of damage to the delivered goods passes to the Buyer in the case of personal collection at the Seller's warehouse by handing over the goods to the Buyer. Otherwise, by handing over the goods to the Buyer by the last carrier.
(h) The Seller is not in default in fulfilling its obligations to the Buyer in cases of force majeure (e.g. fire, explosion, flood, epidemic, pandemic, war conflict affecting supply chains, etc.), official intervention in the manufacturer's production/delivery conditions/ the importer of the supplied goods, official interference in the Seller's activities and other unforeseeable circumstances (e.g. strike, war conflict). The Seller's obligation also expires in the event that one of the unforeseeable events affects one of its suppliers of goods that are subsequently to be delivered to the Buyer. The deadline for fulfilling the Seller's obligation is extended by the duration of the force majeure event. In the event that force majeure lasts longer than two (2) months, the Buyer is entitled to withdraw from the contract.
(i) The ordered goods are delivered to the Buyer with a delivery note. When taking over the goods, the buyer is obliged to check their condition and quantity against the delivery note and to confirm the delivery note in writing without delay by an authorized person. If the delivery note is confirmed upon acceptance, it is deemed to have been confirmed by an authorized person of the Buyer. In the event of an inadequate quantity, confusion or damage to the goods caused by a breach of obligations on the part of the Seller, the Buyer will take over the goods and record these defects in the delivery note, which must also be signed by the carrier. At the same time, the Buyer shall submit a written complaint to the Seller without undue delay. The Buyer sends copies of the mentioned documents to the Seller without delay and archives the originals. The buyer is not entitled to withhold payment of the part of the purchase price that relates to a faultless delivery due to a defective delivery. The Buyer undertakes to ensure that the name of the authorized representative or employee who took over the goods for the Buyer and acted on behalf of the Buyer is always clearly stated on the delivery note. If an employee of the Buyer cannot be identified from the delivery note (e.g. not filled in legibly), it is considered that the delivery note was confirmed by an authorized person of the Buyer, if the delivery note is stamped by the Buyer. The Buyer is obliged to take due care when taking over the goods so that the Seller can exercise rights due to missing goods, damage to the delivered goods or delays caused by the carrier.
(j) The buyer is obliged to take over the ordered and delivered goods. If he does not do so, the Seller is entitled to withdraw from the contract and the Buyer is liable to the Seller for the damage caused thereby. In such a case, the Seller has the right to demand payment of the transport costs associated with the delivery from the Buyer.
(k) Seller and Buyer in the sense of ustan. § 3132 et seq. of the Civil Code agreed that the ownership right to the goods, which are the subject of delivery, passes from the Seller to the Buyer on the day of payment of the entire purchase price. The buyer undertakes not to establish a lien or other security right on the goods that were the subject of delivery until the transfer of ownership. About detention or other interference with the Seller's rights in relation to the delivered goods by a third party. The Buyer shall immediately notify the Seller and inform the given third party of the reservation of the Seller's ownership right.
(l) The Buyer is obliged to insure the delivered goods, which are still owned by the Seller, especially against natural events (primarily fire) and theft.
(m) The seller undertakes to ensure all his obligations arising from Act No. 541/2020Coll. about waste.
(n) If a decision is made on bankruptcy, imminent bankruptcy or bankruptcy is declared for the Buyer's assets, if the Buyer announces that it is unable to fulfill its obligations, if the Buyer becomes insolvent or fails to fulfill any of its other obligations to the Seller, the Seller is entitled to withdraw from all purchase contracts concluded with the Buyer. In the event that, on the basis of such a contract, the Seller has already performed and the purchase price has not yet been paid, the Seller is entitled to withdraw from such a contract, to the extent of the goods not yet paid for.
(o) The Seller and the Buyer are entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract in the event of a material breach of contractual obligations. Each withdrawal from the contract must be made in writing and delivered to the other party, with the effects of the withdrawal occurring on the day the written notice is delivered to the other contracting party. It is considered a material breach of the Buyer's contractual obligations if the Buyer is repeatedly in arrears by at least 7 days with any monetary payment, or if he does not fulfill his obligation to properly collect/take delivery of the goods. It is considered a material breach of the Seller's contractual obligations if the Seller is repeatedly in arrears with the delivery of goods with a firmly agreed delivery date for a period longer than 7 days.
All other cases of breach of contractual obligations or these General Terms and Conditions are considered to be minor breaches of contractual obligations.
II. Payment conditions
(a) The goods will be invoiced by the Seller at the price agreed in the purchase contract or confirmed order, while the price stated in the purchase contract or order is the price without VAT. In the event that the purchase contract does not contain an agreement on the price of the goods, then it is valid that the contracting parties intended to enter into a purchase agreement without an explicit price agreement, with the purchase price specified in the Seller's price list valid on the date of delivery of the Buyer's order to the Seller . The price of the goods will be increased by VAT in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.
(b) The terms of payment are usually established between the Seller and the Buyer in a separate agreement, namely in the Sheet of Payment Terms If there is no such agreement, then the Buyer undertakes to pay the invoiced price including VAT by the due date stated on the invoice to the account of the Seller. As a variable symbol, the Buyer will indicate the invoice number on the payment order. The buyer makes the payment in the manner indicated on the invoice (by bank transfer or in cash).
(c) The day on which the payment was credited to the Seller's account is considered the day of payment of the purchase price. If the Buyer is in arrears with the payment of the total invoiced price including VAT stated on the invoice, the Seller is entitled to demand from the Buyer contractual interest for late payment of 0.1% for each day of delay from the due date to the date of payment of the purchase price.
(d) Mutual offsetting of claims between the Seller and the Buyer from concluded contracts is possible. The Seller and the Buyer are obliged to inform the other contractual party in writing about the credit in question without undue delay.
(e) The Buyer has the right to a discount or other benefit, previously agreed with the Seller, only if, on the date of granting the given discount or benefit, he is not in arrears with the fulfillment of his debt to the Seller
(f) The Buyer undertakes to inform the Seller of the occurrence of its insolvency without undue delay. In the event of the Buyer's insolvency, the Seller's claims against the Buyer become payable immediately.
(g) In the event that the buyer does not pay the purchase price of the goods within the due date, the seller is not obliged to deliver any other goods to the buyer, until full payment of all the seller's claims against the buyer, including accessories and contractual penalties.
In the event of the buyer's delay in paying the purchase price, the buyer is not entitled to hand over the goods without payment for the goods at the time of handover.
III. Liability for defects and complaint conditions
(a) The seller declares that the delivered goods are faultless and meet all conditions prescribed by legal standards for their use. All goods supplied by the Seller are covered by the warranty specified in Appendix No. 1 of these General Terms and Conditions.
(b) The seller will handle complaints according to the principles and conditions set out in Appendix No. 1 of these General Terms and Conditions. The Buyer undertakes to create all the necessary conditions and provide all cooperation for the resolution of complaints, both with the Buyer. In the event of a complaint about goods by the Buyer's End Customer, the Buyer undertakes to handle complaints in cooperation with the Seller in such a way that there are no delays or damage to the good name of the manufacturer/importer of the goods or the Seller. The Buyer undertakes that when handling complaints from the Buyer's End Customer, he will follow the procedure specified in Appendix No. 1 of these General Terms and Conditions and that he will handle End Customer complaints in the same way and in accordance with the law and rules for consumer contracts, which the Buyer is obliged to comply with To the end customer, who is a consumer.
(c) The buyer undertakes that when storing and handling tires, he will follow the rules of tire care as set out in Appendix No. 2 of these General Terms and Conditions.
(d) The seller is not responsible for any damage that would occur as a result of improper assembly and/or improper use of the delivered goods. The Buyer is obliged to respect the conditions set by the Seller regarding, in particular, the storage, assembly and use of tires and other goods delivered to the Buyer, and the Buyer undertakes to instruct all End Customers in this regard.
(e) The Seller does not assume responsibility for any payments that the Buyer makes to its customers without the Seller's consent when handling claims and complaints and does not reimburse the Buyer for handling or other administrative expenses associated with handling claims, unless otherwise agreed in advance in writing
IV. Care for the good name and information about the Seller's products
(a) The Buyer will inform third parties who purchase goods supplied by the Seller from the Buyer for the purpose of their resale and the Buyer's End Customers in an appropriate manner about the range and novelties of the Seller's goods, their proper use, provide sales and after-sales service for these goods, maintain and support good business name of the Seller. For this purpose, the Buyer shall ensure the consent of the customers to the sending of business communications by the Seller and the fulfillment of legal obligations regarding the protection of personal data.
(b) The Buyer undertakes to respect the instructions for mounting and safe use of tires as set out in Appendix No. 4 of these General Terms and Conditions and to inform the Buyer's customers and customers of these conditions to the maximum extent possible.
(d) The Buyer undertakes not to damage or distort, in whole or in part, the brands, logos, trademarks and numbers marked on the Seller's goods, or to sell goods that are damaged or distorted in this way.
(e) The price lists of goods issued by the Seller in accordance with the framework purchase agreement concluded between the Seller and the Buyer form part of the contractual agreement between the Seller and the Buyer.
V. Protection and processing of personal data
(a) Administrator in accordance with applicable legal regulations, i.e. Act No. 110/2019 Coll. (z. on the processing of personal data) and with effect from 25 May 2018 also with Regulation of the European Parliament and of the EU Council 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons in connection with the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the "regulation" or " GDPR") hereby informs you that for the fulfillment of the contract, for the implementation of measures prior to the conclusion of the contract at your request / fulfillment of a legal obligation, or for the purposes of the legitimate interest of the Controller ("Legal reason for processing"), it will process your personal data ("PO") in scope: first name, last name, e-mail address, telephone number.
(b) The Administrator informs you that Personal Data will be processed for the purpose(s): Orders, sending newsletters, based on the Legal Reason for Processing. The administrator does not process personal data within the framework of the scope given by law, unless you express your written consent. Personal data will be processed both automatically and manually, in compliance with all security principles for the management and processing of personal data.
(c) The Administrator informs you that, in addition to the Administrator, the other recipients of personal data include processors with whom the Administrator has a contract for the processing of personal data ("Processor") and who provide sufficient guarantees of the protection of your personal data, as well as recipients to whom access is granted due to the fulfillment of legal obligations and recipients who are not Processors for the Administrator, but mediate or perform services or supply goods for the Administrator and have a confidentiality agreement with the Administrator. The administrator informs you that it will not transfer your personal data to recipients or processors to a third country outside the European Economic Area (EEA) without your express consent, if they have worse rules for handling personal data than the Czech Republic.
(d) The Administrator informs you that the OÚ will be stored by the Administrator for the period necessary to fulfill the given purpose of processing/duration of the contract. The Administrator informs you that you have the right to request from the Administrator access to the Personal Data, their correction or deletion, restriction of processing or to raise an objection to the processing and the right to the portability of the Personal Data (i.e. to obtain from the Administrator the Personal Data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and transfer them another administrator), that a complaint can be filed with the Office for the Protection of Personal Data, that the provision of personal data is not mandatory and that there is no automatic decision-making or profiling. The Administrator informs you that you have the right to obtain a confirmation from the Administrator as to whether or not Personal Data is being processed. The rules are governed by the GDPR and related legislation.
(e) The Administrator informs you that you have the right to delete Personal Data, (i) if Personal Data are no longer needed for the Purpose, (ii) if you withdraw your consent and there is no other legal reason for processing, (iii) if you object to the processing of Personal Data on the basis of an authorized interest of the Administrator or objections to automated individual decision-making or profiling, (iv) if personal data were processed unlawfully, (v) if personal data must be deleted to fulfill a legal obligation, (vi) if personal data were collected in connection with the offer of information society services.
(f) The Administrator expressly points out that you have the right to object at any time to the processing of personal data that concern you and were obtained to fulfill a task in the public interest or on the basis of a legitimate interest of the Administrator, including profiling. Furthermore, you have the right to object at any time to the processing of personal data concerning you for marketing purposes. The administrator points out that you have the right not to be the subject of any decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which has legal effects for you or significantly affects you, unless it is necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract or is based on express consent.
(g) The controller informs that in the event of a breach of the security of the OÚ, which will result in a high risk for the rights and freedoms of the data subject, it will notify the data subject of this breach without undue delay.
Contact the commissioner for personal data protection
VI. Final Provisions
(a) The Buyer and the Seller undertake to keep all data related to their business relationships confidential and not to provide any information of a confidential nature to third parties without the prior written consent of the other party, with the exception specified in paragraph c) of this article.
(b) The Seller and the Buyer declare that the above limitations do not apply to information that is generally publicly known or is publicly accessible to the contracting parties from a source other than the other contracting party.
(c) All information provided between the Seller and the Buyer (hereinafter referred to as the "Contracting Parties") in connection with these General Terms and Conditions and the Framework Purchase Agreement, which are not publicly accessible, are confidential and the Contracting Parties are obliged to maintain confidentiality about them (hereinafter referred to as "Secret information"). Unless these General Terms and Conditions and the Framework Purchase Agreement provide otherwise. The Seller is entitled to use the Confidential Information for purposes related to his business activity. In the event of the Buyer's default in fulfilling its obligations, the Seller is entitled to provide information regarding the Buyer's payment morale and creditworthiness to a third party that deals in trading in the same type of goods as the Seller. In the event that the Buyer is a natural person, the following provisions apply without prejudice to the previous provisions. The Buyer hereby agrees and acknowledges that the Seller is entitled, on the basis of these General Terms and Conditions and the Framework Purchase Agreement, or in connection with the legal relationship resulting from them, to collect his personal data, which is subject to protection according to the relevant legal regulation (in particular, his name , surname, address, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, date of birth, social security number, information on the status of assets and liabilities, personal status and income), and use and treat this data in the same way as Confidential Information. The seller is entitled to process any of these personal data (in particular to collect, combine, store, store on information carriers, provide, modify, make available, use, communicate, publish, sort, block and dispose of personal data, regardless of the purpose for which this data was gathered). Enable the processing of this personal data by third parties (including persons based outside the territory of the Czech Republic) on the basis of a personal data processing agreement. Combine this personal data with personal data that has been collected for other purposes and transfer this personal data in the above sense. The seller is also entitled to store and store this personal data until the termination of all contractual relationships and mutual obligations and for a period of ten years following their termination. The Buyer declares that the provision of all personal data to the Seller is completely voluntary.
(d) The general terms and conditions, which are part of the concluded contractual relationship, may be changed and supplemented only with the express consent of the Seller and the Buyer.
(e) The interpretation of these General Terms and Conditions, as well as the legal relationships arising from contracts that include these General Terms and Conditions, are governed by the relevant provisions of the Civil Code. Both the Seller and the Buyer undertake that all disputes resulting from the implementation and interpretation of these General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as "disputes") will be resolved amicably - by agreement. In the event of a legal dispute, the local jurisdiction of the materially competent court in Brno is negotiated.
Appendix No. 1 - Warranty and complaint conditions
Appendix No. 2 - Rules for the care of tires during storage and handling
Appendix No. 3 - Instructions for mounting and safe use of tires
Wet January 1, 2022
Appendix No. 1 to the General Terms and Conditions of TASY s. r. o.
Warranty and complaint conditions
1. TASY s. r. o. (hereinafter referred to as the "Seller") provides the Buyer with a warranty for the delivered goods and tires (the tires will be referred to only as "products") for a warranty period of twenty-four (24) months. This warranty applies to all material and manufacturing defects that can be proven to exist at the time of the transfer of the risk of damage to the product according to paragraph I.(g) of the Seller's General Terms and Conditions. This warranty does not cover wear and tear of the delivered goods and tires caused by their normal use.
The warranty period begins on the day of sale of the goods/product to the Buyer.
2. All complaints must be submitted on the Seller's complaint forms (hereinafter referred to as "complaint protocol"), duly completed, and these forms must be signed by the Buyer or their authorized representative. Proof of purchase of the goods/product must be attached to the complaint report
3. The Buyer's claims for the delivery of defective goods/products expire if they are not claimed in writing with the Seller within the warranty period. When making a claim, the Buyer proceeds as follows.
(3a) Obvious defects. Complaints for obvious defects (e.g. missing or damaged goods/products, missing or damaged cartons with goods) are required by the Buyer to be made immediately upon receipt of the goods in accordance with Article l.(i) of the General Terms and Conditions and to state it on the delivery note. It is also possible to make a complaint about obvious defects by stating it in the complaint protocol on a special form. Both forms of manifest defect records must be signed by the carrier. In the event that a claim for obvious defects is not applied in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions, it will not be recognized by the Seller.
(3b) Hidden defects. Claims for hidden defects (material and manufacturing defects) must be made in writing. i.e. a complaint protocol with the Seller. For each reported defect, the Seller has the right to verify the legitimacy of the claim.
4. Defects in part of the delivered goods do not entitle the Buyer to claim claims for the entire delivery of goods, if the usability of the other delivered goods is not limited.
5. In the event that the Seller acknowledges the complaint that the defect in the goods/product is irreparable, the defective goods/product will be replaced with a faultless one. In the event that it is not possible to deliver the same or comparable goods/products, the Seller will issue a credit note to the Buyer. In the event of a missing quantity of goods/products, the Buyer will be supplied with a replacement good/product, and if the Seller does not have it available, a credit note will be issued for the missing goods/product. Another way of solving the complaint is possible only on the basis of a written agreement between the Seller and the Buyer. If the goods/product has a defect that does not prevent its further use, the Seller will provide a reasonable discount on such goods/products; provided, however, that such discount will only be granted if the following conditions are met:
(5a) The seller acknowledged the defect and
(5b) the goods/product can be properly used even with the claimed defect, or
(5c) the goods/product is completely new, i.e. it has not yet been used or installed.
6. Defective goods/products that have been exchanged for flawless ones become the property of the Seller.
7. Costs demonstrably incurred in direct connection with a defect claim shall be borne by the Seller only if the defect has been acknowledged by the Seller. The costs incurred in connection with the claim, which were not recognized by the Seller, are entirely borne by the Buyer.
8. The buyer asserts the right to remove the defect in the goods/product from the Seller. The goods/product for which a claim is made from liability for defects must be handed over to the Seller for assessment based on the Seller's request.
9. The seller is not obliged to fulfill the applied right from liability for defects within the warranty, if the goods/product;
(9a) has been damaged by improper installation, improper use or handling, such as failure to
prescribed inflation, exceeding the permissible load and/or driving speed or other influences, e.g. mechanical damage, cuts, spikes, etc., use in an unsuitable environment;
(9b) has been repaired, retreaded, renovated, or the design has been changed by a third party;
(9c) has been mechanically removed from the serial number;
(9d) has already been repaired at the damaged place by a person who was not authorized by the Seller to carry out this repair.
10. Until the assessment of the legitimacy of the complaint by the Seller, the Buyer is not entitled to dispose of the goods/products.
Appendix No. 2 to the General Terms and Conditions of TASY s. r. o.
Rules for care of tires during storage and handling
1. Tires should be stored in closed, dark, dry, dust-free and cool rooms without drafts. It is inadmissible to expose the tires to intense sunlight and heat. Heat, light and excessive air circulation in the room (drafts) accelerate the aging process of rubber. The recommended storage temperature is between +25 °C and -10 °C. The floor of the warehouse must be flat, dry and clean, without other foreign objects. Access to the tires must be sufficient to allow them to be safely handled (stocked and unloaded). It is not allowed to store tires freely on an asphalt surface or on an area contaminated with oil. Tires in storage must be kept clean, free of dirt, water and foreign materials inside the casing. Tires can only be cleaned by washing with water without any additives (detergents, solvents, etc.) followed by drying (but not with hot air).
2. Tires must not come into contact with chemicals, combustibles or petroleum products such as fuels, oils, lubricants and solvents, nor must they be stored in the same or adjacent rooms where the mentioned substances are located or where there are volatile solvents. These solids, liquids or vapors are absorbed by the rubber and damage it.
3. Tire storage must be located away from electrical equipment such as generators, welding equipment or similar equipment, as these equipment are active sources of ozone. Ozone attacks the rubber and thus causes a change in its structure on the surface.
4 The seller recommends that tires be stored vertically on treads in pallets. Tires folded horizontally (on the sidewall) must not be flattened to such a height that it could cause damage and collapse of the lower tires. During longer storage, tires must be rotated or replaced regularly to avoid permanent deformation on the load surface.
5. When storing tires, it is necessary to ensure their safe handling so as not to damage them. Increased attention should be paid to the loading area of the car, which must be clean, without sharp objects and chips. It is not allowed to combine the transport of tires with material that could damage the tires in any way. The quality of tires in terms of mechanical damage is always checked during unloading and loading, when receiving and handing over goods, and when storing and removing from the warehouse. When removing from storage, it is necessary to remove the products stored the longest first.
6. Tires may only be stored and handled by a trained person. It is necessary to inform the Buyer or Seller in writing about any damage or deviation in the quality of the tires in the manner specified in Appendix No. 1 of the General Terms and Conditions of TASY s. r. o., and to exclude such claimed tire from further sale until the complaint is settled.
Appendix No. 3 to the General Terms and Conditions of TASY s. r. o.
Instructions for mounting and safe use of tires
1. Before mounting new tires, the discs must be cleaned and checked for damage.
2. Stickers on the tires (e.g. bar code labels) must be removed, especially from the contact surface of the tire bead.
3. Before each new assembly, the rubber valves must be replaced, the sealing ring for metal valves (truck tires).
4. Before assembly, the tire feet, as well as the bearing surfaces of the feet on the rim, must be sufficiently coated with a suitable mounting paste.
5. When inflating the tires, it is necessary to make sure that the tire beads first fit into the rim. The "impact pressure" required for this must not exceed the maximum pressure indicated on the casing side.
6. In order to achieve the correct fit of the tire on the rim, it is necessary to first inflate the tire with air to the maximum indicated pressure. Concentric seating of the bead is checked according to the center lines on the tire.
7. The air pressure is then reduced to the prescribed operating value.
8. A valve cap must be screwed onto the valve to protect it from dirt and moisture.
9 The use of tires must be in accordance with the prescribed data and instructions of the vehicle manufacturer for the given type of operation (especially tire type, size, inflation, speed and load index, method of use on the car) and the data indicated on the tire sidewall (especially direction of rotation, maximum inflation pressure, type according to use – summer, winter, year-round, maximum permissible tread wear according to TWI wear indicator).
10. When repairing damage, possible additional modification and use of tires, these works must be carried out by a professionally trained worker, according to a procedure approved by the manufacturer/importer of the tire and on technical equipment intended for this purpose.