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SUR. A French word which signifies upon, on. It is very frequently used in connexion with other words as, sur rule to take deposition, sur trover and conversion, and the like.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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An industry-first move to deliver advanced mobility solutions to commercial and passenger vehicle owners, the launch of TREEL Sensors is an outcome of JK Tyre's recent financial acquisition in TREEL Mobility Solutions Pvt Ltd, a start-up venture.
The number of accidents related to tyre bursts is unavailable, but experts say it is a reason for many accidents and so choosing the right size is important.
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In Cyprus, Bridgestone tyres are imported and distributed by Lefkaritis Bros Ltd since 1963.
'Out of the 20% contribution by local producers, General Tyre enjoys 90% of the market share,' he further added.
The global automotive tyre market is expected to witness robust growth across main regions of Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Japan and Middle and Africa (MEA) during the forecast period.
"If you see any bumps or bulges in the sidewall of the tyre, it's important that you don't drive the car as these tyres aren't roadworthy and can be very dangerous.
'The legal importers usually pay duty and taxes on the mother tyre while three to four smaller tyres, stored inside the mother tyre, get away from duties.
According to TyreSafe.org, tyre issues have significantly contributed to road accidents in the last five years in the UK, as the previously mentioned UK average of 1075 accidents has confirmed.
'The latest figures show that smuggling meets over 52% of the tyre demand.
In the past, tyre rotation was a simple front to back or diagonal side-to-side rotation procedure but with the widespread adoption of spare wheels, uni-directional and asymmetrical tyres, it has become a bit more complex.