What is lateral stiffness of tire?

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  • ken yeon
    One of the sensations drivers notice is a side-to-side motion. This motion is the byproduct of what is commonly referred to as lateral stiffness. The lateral stiffness of a tire is due in large part to inflation pressure, as well as the tire's tread depth. Both of these factors vary over time.
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