When National Tire Safety Week returns May 20-27, consumers will be prompted to "know your roll" and perform basic tire maintenance.
Consumers rely on apps and cell phone notifications to help them remember birthdays and manage everything from prescription drug refills to dinner reservations. Tire Rack Inc. has created an app so users can manage their tires the same way.
Modern Tire Dealer (MTD) and Heavy Duty Trucking (HDT) magazines have completed an in-depth research project that provides an expansive look at truck tires and their maintenance.
The Obama Administration is looking to tire manufacturers and NASCAR to help educate Americans about the importance of tire maintenance and safety, as well as the role tires play in promoting energy efficiency.
A low standard of care and maintenance has recently been cited in Europe as the primary reason for the early replacement of truck tires right across the continent. No doubt this is a global problem, but it never ceases to amaze me how European fleet operators seem to willingly “leak” unnecessarily increasing truck operating costs at a staggering level.
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.
This summer, just for kicks, I bought a copy of "Economy Driving: How You Can Save Money In Everyday Car Use," a paperback published in 1956, for a whopping $1.