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Article: Tire Safety
As any tire dealer knows, one of the most important (if not the most important) factors related to the safety of a vehicle is its tires. NHTSA now reports that over 700 people per year die on US roadways due to a tire defect...Posted by Tire Registration Plus
Article: Know Your Tire DNA
You can tell a lot of information about a tire just by looking at it. Whether you’re looking at the tire label on the sale of a new tire or the DOT number molded onto a tire’s sidewall, it’s important to be able to read and understand this information...Posted by Tire Registration Plus
Ohio passes legislation to prohibit installation of unsafe used tires
The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) announced that Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed legislation to prohibit the installation of unsafe used tires that pose a risk to Ohio motorists...Posted on Traction News on December 12, 2018, by Traction News Staff
Fixing Tire Registration: How Tire Dealers Can Help
Unsafe tires remain one of the deadliest yet fixable automotive safety components on vehicles today. According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA)...Posted on Tire Review on August 27, 2018, by Joe Donehue
Staying on Top of Tire Registration FAST Act
The FAST Act, which was signed into law December 2014 by former President Barack Obama, contained provisions for mandatory tire registration among other tire-related actions...Posted on Tire Review on September 1, 2017 by Joe Donehue
Tire Registration Requirements for Tire Distributors and Dealers
Dealers must comply with one of three options when it comes to tire registration and recordkeeping. These regulations are laid out in 49 CFR 574.8 - Information Requirements-Tire Distributors and Dealers.Posted on Legal Information Institute from the Cornell Law School
Special Investigation Report: Selected Issues in Passenger Vehicle Tire Safety
Each year, about 33,000 tire-related passenger vehicle crashes occur, resulting in about 19,000 injuries. In 2013, a total of 539 people died in tire-related passenger vehicle crashes. This special investigation report summarizes the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigations into four such crashes and discusses the safety issues uncovered.National Transportation Safety Board. 2015. Selected Issues in Passenger Vehicle Tire Safety. Special Investigation Report NTSB/SIR-15/02. Washington, DC.
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