WASHINGTON — The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement — a trade deal that overhauls the Clinton-era North American Free Trade Agreement — is poised to take effect next year after the U.S. House of Representatives agreed this week to bring it up for a vote.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association is calling on stakeholders up and down the tire-supply chain, as well as government and academia, to get more engaged in efforts to increase the rate of recycling of scrap tires.
MUSKEGON, Mich. — A Michigan appeals court has ruled that a Chevrolet dealership in Muskegon is not liable in a case involving a tire that became detached from a customer's car shortly after being serviced by a mechanic who didn't tighten the lug nuts properly on one wheel.
KYOTO, Japan — The CEOs of 11 leading tire companies agreed this week at a meeting in Kyoto of the Tire Industry Project to continue funding research into the impact of tire and road wear particles on the environment in light of a new study on the subject published recently
WASHINGTON — Between the National Transportation Safety Board's (NTSB) meeting Nov. 19 and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation's meeting Nov. 20, two themes emerged on the industry's challenges regarding AVs: A lack of federal testing standards and confusing technology nomenclature.
WASHINGTON — Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd. is recalling 2,286 passenger tires sold in the U.S. earlier this year under the Goodyear, Dunlop and Falken brand names because of possible tread separation issues.