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You put air in your tyres at a petrol station. Which option is true?
“Is it not possible for the tyre to explode?
No. To do this, you would have to pump in more than 13–15 kg (bar) – more than five times the normal tyre pressure of a private car. It is not possible to get this much air in, as a normal compressor cannot provide this type of pressure. At approximately 6–7 kg (bar) the rim may rupture – but even this pressure is difficult to reach with regular pumping devices.” (Swedish Transport Administration)
As the question relates to a petrol station, and you are not given any specific information about the pump, you should assume that it is a regular model (i.e. not powerful enough to make the tyre explode).
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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