"Your mission, if you choose to accept it..." were the words Jim Phelps, the leader of the U.S. government's covert Impossible Missions Force on "Mission: Impossible," listened to every week on CBS television from 1966-73. He clearly had a choice in the matter.
Is DieHard really the best brand name for a tire? Modern Tire Dealer readers aren’t so sure. And they have plenty of other opinions about Sears Holding Corp.’s re-emergence in the tire business.
When Sears Holdings Corp. launched its DieHard Silver Touring A/S tire line, there were informational gaps in the announcement.
The OTR tire tariff situation is getting down to the nitty-gritty. The U.S. Department of Commerce is getting ready to make its first preliminary rulling, this one on countervailing duty margins against tire imports from India and Sri Lanka.
Why in the world would any global tire manufacturer want to enter the ultra-competitive truck tire market in the U.S. and Canada at this time? Especially given the strength (ask any domestic retreader) of low-cost radial imports in the market?
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?
Potholes are a nuisance. Although they are technically avoidable most of the time, odds are millions of drivers every year will need repairs after hitting one.
Consumer Reports lists its "best" tire buys in six categories in its April issue. It also suggests "good" tire options.
Let's be honest: People love to read and hear about lawsuits. They are inherently competitive and naturally controversial. And often filled with drama.
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.