This post contains details to inform you about the actions taken by a group in order to reduce carbon emissions and make streets safe.

Drivers are outraged to discover that their tires have been drained by an environmental fanatic group called “The Tire Extinguishers”.

According to the gathering, it claimed to have hit 13 significant locations in the United Kingdom , United States and London.

The trend seems to have spread across the lake to the U.S. You can learn more about by reading the guide below.

Have the tires been deflated in London?

Climate campaigners in London deflated the tires on dozens of SUVs overnight. Tyre Extinguishers has posted notes on the sport utility vehicles expressing regret at hitting “gas guzzlers”.

It claimed it wanted to “make it difficult for an SUV to be owned in the United Kingdom’s cities” and was thought to be a breakaway group of the Extinction Rebellion.

Where did tire inflation occur?

Vehicles were attacked in Belgravia and Notting Hill, Chiswick, Chelsea, and Chiswick. Other than that, Clapham and Hampstead Heath were also targeted. Harley Street was one of the other affected districts.

What was’s objective?

According to the group, drivers in the city should think twice before buying an SUV. According to the group, this is the first protest by Tyre Extinguishers.

Volvo intends to become completely electric by 2030. However, cuts in subsidies for electric cars have caused a backlash.

It also expressed its desire to see restrictions on SUVs in cities and environmental fees to price SUVs out, as well as increased investment in public transport.

Do SUVs contribute to carbon emission growth?

Because of their off-road capabilities and large sizes, such as four-wheel drive and high ground clearance, SUVs are often called “Chelsea Tractors”.

Continue reading to learn more about According to an International Energy Agency report on the subject, the second largest contributor to carbon emissions growth is the increased demand for SUVs.

According to the EPA SUV emissions have risen over 700 megatonnes CO2 and if they were a nation, would rank seventh in terms of carbon dioxide emissions.

Why did Tyre extinguishers get involved?

According to tyre extinguishers, politely asking people for safer streets, cleaner air, and climate action had failed. They felt that now was the right time to act.

The group claims to be “leaderless” but urges others by following their instructions for deflating tires at

What actions were taken in Tyre extinguishers’ wake?

According to a spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Constabulary, it had received three reports about flat tires from the Cambridge region.

The report also indicated that criminal mischief charges have been filed and that the investigations are ongoing. Tyre extinguishers said that they took a stand against “hundreds of” Sports Utility Vehicles (or SUVs) on March 7, 2022 because it wanted one in a city where it was “impossible”.


Many SUVs have had their tires deflated by tyre extinguishers in response to the fight against carbon emissions. Because it felt that politely asking people to stop asking was futile, the group decided to take a stand. said that owning a large car is a vanity thing and unnecessary. One or more tires on their vehicles had failed, and the drivers realized this. More updates are available about the Tyre extinguishers.