TBC Corp. is offering free tire inspections at its more than 720 Tire Kingdom Service Centers and NTB Tire & Service Centers during National Tire Safety Week.
Alliance Tire Americas Inc. (ATA) has created a series of videos with brief, easy-to-understand explanations of tire science and how-to help for machinery owners and operators in the field. The first series of videos focuses primarily on the farm tire segment.
Mighty Distributing System of America Inc. has produced a series of educational animated videos for consumers that explain key vehicle services.
The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has released the first in a series of consumer education videos titled “Tire Safety Starts with Proper Tire Repair.”
Myers Tire Supply Distribution Inc. is introducing a kit of interactive consumer education material to assist store salespeople in educating consumers about TPMS.
With Thanksgiving nearly upon us, the American Automobile Association (AAA) projects 43.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more during the weekend. About 90% will travel by car.
In a new Tire Gauge Index survey conducted by Hankook Tire America Corp., 63% of respondents checked their tire pressure in the last month. While nearly 8 in 10 consumers say they are aware that the change in seasons affects tire pressure, Hankook is reminding consumers that falling temps mean falling tire air pressure and it’s time to “Air ‘Em UP.”
Yokohama Tire Corp. has posted its fourth "Tire Tips" video on YouTube. The latest installment, called Tires 101, explains the difference between summer, winter and all-season tires.
Is it possible to build a truly "green" ultra-high performance tire? Yes, but it isn't easy, according to Dan Guiney, director of technical services for Yokohama Tire Corp.
Thanks to the passage of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been given the task of developing a national tire education program for consumers.
"Last week, the Rubber Manufacturers Association published the results of yet another tire pressure inflation survey and once again, they were quite disappointing," writes MTD Senior Editor Mike Manges in the latest installment of his Tire Talk with Mike blog on www.moderntiredealer.com.
Last week, the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) published the results of yet another tire pressure inflation survey and once again, they were quite disappointing. Only 9% of the 5,478 vehicles that participated in the survey had four properly inflated tires.