Can the tires of a bulletproof vehicle be shot?

I know the tires can be shot at, but if so, does any damage come to them? I was watching The Unit last night and a motorcyclist was shooting at an armoured car. Couldnt he just have shot the tires and made the car stop?

Answers:

What happened to the lorry? that was fitted with a Spitfire engine and was seen in Moor Lane in about 1975.?

Tires cannot be bulletproof, but they can be damage resistant.

2000 camero vs 2000 honda accord?


There are two methods to make tires damage resistant. Special hardened sidewalls, and compressed foam inside the tire.

Can anyone that has a hybrid vehicle share any negative aspects of owning one?


You can buy the harden-ed sidewall tires from Goodyear now. Most tire sidewalls are not hard, so when you run out of air, tire collapses. Hard sidewalls let you drive on, but you wouldn't know that you had a flat. Thus, such tires require you to have tire inflation monitor device in the installed vehicle.

Is anyone moving from L.A. to PIttsburgh in the month of December?


The compressed foam is compresed by the air pressure in the tire during normal use. If the tire leaks, the foam pops out and fills the void in the tire, theoretically forcing the tire back into shape. It's in use in WRC rally cars.

When driving a automatic transmission car, when do we use gear "D", "D3", "2", & "`1"?


The truth is there's not much you can do to an armored limo short of rocket launcher or a huge mine that completely wrecks the engine or destroys a wheel. They have too much momentum, and even if you DO manage to penetrate the hardened glass and take out the driver, the other front-seat guy is trained to take over by driving from the other seat. Yes, it's a part of the cirriculum in executive protection. You reach your left hand and left foot over and steer and drive from the right seat.

I want to paint my car black with pink pixie dust going down the sides.... Wat do you think?

then it would not be bulletproof

manitou forklift service manuals?

The President's car can still achieve 50 mph with all four tires flat!

biodiesel?


And TV does things that are not possible in real life. That's entertainment!

Am I the only one in the world who know what the clicky thing is on the gas pedal of a 95-97 or later Saab?

the tires on a bulletproof vehicle can be shot out.The tires are special and can still drive while flat.Its called run flat technology.It does not allow the vehicle to run forever with flat tires,but will let it run for 30 or 40 miles before they come apart.

Can't someone make a car engine made of glass so we can see what it looks like working?

Since the tyre was made from rubber, it's imposible bullet proof.

Has valet parking ever stolen from your car?


But hopefully, maybe in the future your good idea will be realized & help reduce accident caused by flat tyre & somekind accident happened because tyre failure

Where can i do an Intensive Car Driving Course in Glasgow area?

that depends on whether or not the tires are bulletproof.

Who invented limousines?

no tire can be made bulletproof and still be cost effective. Even the President's tires on his car are not bulletproof. They are called run flat... basically it has a hard rubber sidewall that will not allow the tire to go flat. Some will even allow you to continue at highway speeds while others will only allow you to run at reduced speeds..
More Questions & Answers ...

  • Need plate name for a Viper! Six letters and one # at the end. Any ideas out there?
  • could someone do me a favour please?
  • cars with low fuel?
  • Do you think it is time for a parking ticket revolution? Are the yellow double lines fair or simply too long?
  • What sat nav system do the Ambulance service use?
  • Ford Mustang? Which One?
  • What is the best pick up truck with the most cargo space for hauling stuff?
  • Reasons for not driving next to very large trucks or busses any longer than necessary?
  • where do i find decals for a motorized car?
  • I need a new car desperately!Who knows where I could get one free?
  • This article contents is post by this website user, CarQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.


    Copyright 2006-2009 CarQnA.com All Rights Reserved.