May MTD examines NHTSA fuel efficiency rule

Posted on May 25, 2010

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently released its final rule establishing test procedures to measure consumer tire fuel efficiency, wet traction and durability.

For an up-close look at the rule and its implications, see the May edition of Modern Tire Dealer, available now!

The issue also contains an image of the new, removable replacement tire label that NHTSA has proposed. The label would include tire rating information pertaining to rolling resistance and other characteristics.

See the May issue of MTD for more!

Related Topics: consumer tires, Going green, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, tire testing

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