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Tariffs Won't Include ATV, UTV Tires

The U.S. Department of Commerce has agreed to narrow the scope of its tariff investigation into passenger and light truck tires, removing a few categories of tires from the weight of any tariffs for imports from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.


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WheelRight Gives Fleets a ‘Third Eye’ on Tires

Snider Fleet Solutions Sees Potential in Technology

Plenty of truck tire manufacturers offer tools and software to monitor the health of a fleet’s tires. Some use chips. There are patches. Others utilize barcodes. With every new tracker or tracking system, the tire company develops its own tool to read and access the data.


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Pat’s Tire Serves a Custom Niche

Ag Tire Dealership’s Next Generation Plans for the Future

Bigger tires with heavier farm equipment add up to more complex fitments. They require more precision and expertise. For Pat’s Tire Sales & Service Inc. in Chilton, Wis., the bigger the better. Those combines, large four-wheel-drive tractors and choppers drive this 42-year-old family business.


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Steady Demand Floats Ag Tire Market

In 2020, a ‘Flat’ Market Is a Good Thing, say Manufacturers

The COVID-19 pandemic left no tire industry product segment untouched. But the ag tire segment was impacted less than others. At least that’s the general consensus of major ag tire manufacturers in North America.


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Goodyear's Rich Kramer: Tire Dealers 'Keep the World Moving'

Tire dealers in need of a pep talk and a reminder of all they’ve encountered and adjusted to in 2020 need to look no further than Rich Kramer’s remarks that capped off the virtual conference hosted by Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. “We’ve always known that each of you is essential to keep the world moving. Well, now everybody else knows, as well."


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