A thin plastic covering called a "vehicle sealing strip" is placed under a vehicle's tyres to stop water from getting into the tread area. Rubber forms a seal between the tyre and the pavement when it comes into contact with the road. Water that enters the tread area of a tyre can seriously harm the tyre. Water is kept out of the tyre tread area with the use of a vehicle strip.
Your car's tyres may require a Vehicle Sealing Strip if you see any cracks in the tread region. Before investing in a vehicle strip, you should have the tyres on your car checked by a specialist. In line with the present invention's production process and vehicle weather strip structure, a process for creating a weather strip structure for a vehicle that includes a seal portion with a U-shaped cross section and a sealing function.