TRACS (the Tyre Recovery Activity Compliance Scheme) has commented on the review of the PRI (Producer Responsibility Initiative) model, proposed for the Irish tyre industry, which was published at the end of 2013.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has liaised with the Road Safety Authority and NCT management to clear up some confusion in the implementation of tyre regulations at NCT centres, resulting in vehicles being failed in error.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) is calling an outright ban on the sale and fitment of part worn tyres. The ITIA is poised to make a submission to the Road Safety Authority on the issue of part worn tyres.
This year’s National Road Safety Week ran October 7-13 and the Irish Tyre Industry Association continued its close association with the Road Safety Authority, in offering motorists free tyre checks and giving out free safety packs. Over 100 ITIA retail members took part, with over 5,500 packs sent out.
Four tyre retailers in Galway are the first in the country to be granted licenses. The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has set up a comprehensive self regulation scheme to bring improved standards, service and safety into the tyre trade.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) is offering free tyre safety checks as part of ‘Irish Road Safety Week’ which gets underway today. Keeping your tyres in roadworthy condition is especially important as winter approaches. The checks will be available nationally at participating tyre centres, along with free safety packs while stocks last. Details are
Tyre Safety Week, run in conjunction with Road Safety Week, takes place next week at participating tyre retailers across the country. The ITIA has again teamed up this year with the RSA to run free tyre safety checks during Tyre Safety Week, which kicks off next Monday. There will be a renewed focus on tyre safety as