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Do you think the federal government should legislate a tire repair standard?

That is the latest Modern Tire Dealer web poll question. It comes in response to the recent story on New York's attempt to do just that.

Many of you already have commented on either that original story or its followup, "Do you think plug-only repairs are safe?" (Check out those stories to see what all the "discuss" is about.) Now, we are trying to quantify your views.

Please share your feelings with us by answering "Yes" or "No" to the poll question, which is located on the right-hand side of our home page under "Web Poll: Sponsored by Bridgestone" (after you scroll down a little).

And check back regularly for new poll questions!

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