Brother that corolla was fitted with Yokohama tyres (sorry i dont remember the size but they were just like the stock General tyres but a bit wider). Also it was given more height from the rear because it was fitted with cng.
brother you are right. But even with those Yokohama tyres i felt that on two occassion at speed between 90 to 100 km/hr that when i pressed the break pedal the car startered vibrating and i felt that things like breaks dont exist in this vehicle and i have placed me foot on the race pedal by mistake instead of break pedal.
I also want to tell you that i had to give penalty to my seniors and friends who were along with me on the way for hitting the two speed breakers on the way because i totally failed to stop the car in emergency on speed breakers although i tried my level best and also on our way back from Khan pur dam i was not able to stop the car in front of the hotel for tea on the call of my friend and i stopped about 250 feet from hotel despite of pressing the full brakes, i took them tonight to Rahat bakers rawalpindi for pizza and ice cream milk shake from safilo???????????
They just told me that i dont know how to drive whereas i have been driving for six years. I tried my level best to convince them of the corolla inherent break problems but there answer was simple that why so many people have bought and are buying these rollas if this type of problem exists and also none of the persons who were accompanying me knew how to drive.
So at the end i had to pay for the penalty......