Need a copy of an invoice? Go to a copy machine. Need a new car? Do the same thing.
Once again, J.D. Power and Associates has released results from its annual U.S. Original Equipment Tire Customer Satisfaction Study. But are they reliable?
Consumer Reports lists its "best" tire buys in six categories in its April issue. It also suggests "good" tire options.
Jim Smith, the editor of Tire Review magazine since 1999, died unexpectedly at the 2016 Tire Industry Association OTR Conference in San Diego. Modern Tire Dealer will pass along more details as they become available.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. is indisputably the top dog when it comes to original equipment fitments. And even though most of the 2016 fitments the company is highlighting during the 2016 North American Dealer Conference aren’t a surprise, they’re still a mighty big deal.
It is rare Consumer Reports (CR) writes about one tire. The magazine normally picks a segment it wants to test, buys 15 to 20 tire lines that fit the segment, and publishes the results.
The January 2016 Facts Issue isn't on your desk yet, but it will be soon. And what an issue it is!
Carl Icahn seems to embrace publicity. It is in the best interest of Icahn Enterprises LLC, the company that is bidding on Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack.
With his $1 more per share bid for Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack, Carl Icahn has thrown the gauntlet at Bridgestone Americas Inc.
It looks like the bidding for Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack is over. The winner? Bridgestone Corp. (or Bridgestone Americas Inc. or Bridgestone Americas Retail Operations LLC).
There is more to the grand opening of a tire plant than the pomp and circumstance surrounding it. What about the weeks, months and years that lead up to it?
With Black Friday behind us, it isn't surprising that both Sears Holding Corp. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. were advertising their tire deals.
Would it be sensationalistic to say all tires in use in the United States are defective? Believe it or not, it happened back in 1976.