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Eighty-two percent of Canada's motorists believe investing in winter tires is important despite steep increases in the cost of living.
The TIA has signed the Global Vehicle Right to Repair Position Statement.
The 'Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Act' was introduced in response to plans by California to ban the sale of new internal combustion engine vehicles by 2035.
The Tire Industry Association testified before a Maryland House committee in support of a right-to-repair bill.
Massachusetts' newly elected Attorney General Andrea Campbell said in a court filing that terminating her office's nonenforcement stipulation is "in the public interest" and would take effect June 1.
Attorneys petitioned the court in January for a delay due to case's complexity — involving eight defendants (six of whom are fugitives), extensive discovery, and a 15-page indictment alleging a complex conspiracy to evade customs duties.
Titan International and the United Steelworkers are calling for restrictions on downstream products made from Russian petroleum inputs, citing in particular concerns over imports of OTR tires from India.
The Canadian government has passed legislation to prohibit the manufacture and importation of lead-based wheel balance weights, citing lead as a "highly toxic metal."
Ann Carlson, the acting head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the past six months, has been nominated to become the agency's 17th full-time administrator, the White House announced this week.
Right to Repair legislation has been reintroduced in Congress.