TyreSafe is the UK’s charity dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of correct tyre maintenance and the dangers of defective and illegal tyres. It has welcomed the outcomes and initiatives of the British Government response to the consultation to ban tyres aged 10 years or older’. The UK’s Department for Transport’s (DfT) response
Jaguar Land Rover has been working closely for many years with Goodyear on the supply of original equipment tyres (OE) for various models in its wide range. This time, the Tata Motor’s owned British brand is once again having Goodyear equip its true off-road icon, the all-new Land Rover Defender. It describes the new model as
This month, Sailun’s SDR1 TBR pattern successfully passed the highly-sought-after TÜV Mark certification. Sailun says that this cements the brand itself as the first Chinese manufacturer in the tyre industry to do so with TBR tyres. The SDR1 series of tyres from Sailun are sold in more than 30 countries and regions in Europe, such
Last week, the British government announced that business events, conferences and event centres will be given the go ahead to reopen on the 1st. of October, provided they are adhering to social distancing and, if levels of infection remain at current rates. This is great news! according to Stefan Hay of the UK’s National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA),
It is with regret that we inform readers that the death has occurred of Gilbert Joseph Tunney OBE. He passed away unexpectedly in the South West Acute Hospital earlier today (Friday, 17th July 2020). Gilbert founded GT Exhausts in 1975. He was a great entrepreneur. He started his career as a vehicle mechanic. He went on
Leaving the primary and crucial consideration of safety aside for a minute, If you labour under the misconception of thinking buying part worn is cheaper than buying new, you need to think again. Here are the reasons why this is certainly not usually the case.
The last act of the now former Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) on Saturday morning last was to confirm that the driver testing service will restart on a gradual basis during Phase 3 of the road map for easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Let’s face it, if garages can be open for service and repair business, what possible excuse is there for our National Car Test Service centres not being reopened? It’s makes no sense that the National Public Health Emergency Team would recommend one could open and not the other. The Government has also allowed the Commercial