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Additionally, participants will examine tire monitoring technologies, servicing and maintenance, and the latest development in nitrogen tire inflation, scrap tires, retreading and run-flat tires will be discussed.
However, 21 of the tire generators refused to remove the scrap tires they dumped at the site.
Still, as safety regulations continue to expand and ride control systems proliferate the immense amount of valuable data generated by tires cannot be ignored.
Retreads and new Bridgestone tires are complementary, servicing different customer needs.
4 million units in 2006, due to the increasing popularity and numbers of cross-over vehicles and smaller SUVs that use p-metric passenger tires rather than light truck tires.
It's a challenge collecting the tires and also finding markets for our new products.
Federal government and tire industry data show that too many motorists are not paying enough attention to the only component that keeps a car on the road: the tires.
The RMA ranked states by their overall performance in dealing with scrap tire issues and how states improved since the previous scrap tire report in 2003.
Even when a market has been created and can consume all the tires, we are now saying a fee is still necessary," though he suggests that states that have successfully abated former stockpiles might consider reducing their fees on new tires.
Award-winning PBS automotive series MotorWeek and automotive tire and accessories retailer The Tire Rack announced today the signing of a national sponsorship agreement.
makes an excellent primary shredder that will reduce huge volumes of tires to 4.
Wednesday, March 14--Session 2--Intelligence for tires: "Intelligent tires and tire data--proposal for an industry standard," Kevin Stock, Schrader Electronics; and "Battery-free tire information systems--roadmap to the intelligent tire system (ITS)," Philippe Fournet-Fayat, Siemens VDO Automotive.