Maxxis’ state-of-the-art concept T Razr tyre, has the A’ Design Award 2020 thanks to its genius design, inspiration and innovative formulation to bring a safer, more economical tyre solution to the global tyre market.
A total of 126,001 vehicles were checked as part of National Slow Down Day, which ran between 7am on Friday last and 7am on Saturday morning. A total of 1,072 were detected travelling in excess of the speed limit.
The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) in the UK has called for the MOT extension to be scrapped and has written to government in a bid to get the decision overturned.
Workshops, bodyshops and tyre retailers looking to cut their operating costs and reduce vehicle repair times can now call upon two new systems that have been added to an expanded range of workshop equipment from leading supplier Pro-Align.
An Garda Síochána will conduct a national speed enforcement operation “Slow Down”, supported by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and other stakeholders, for a 24 hour period from 07.00hrs on Friday 22nd May to 07.00hrs on Saturday 23rd May 2020.
As the COVID 19 pandemic continues, Dublin-based Sanity System is offering the automotive aftermarket a cost-effective and efficient way of sanitising vehicles.
UK new bus and coach registrations did very well to rise by 15.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2020, with demand rising to 1,403 units, according to figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). Northern Ireland, however was down 18.8 per cent in the first quarter of this year.
The European tyre industry has welcomed revisions to the Tyre Labelling Regulations, which will make an important contribution to the Green Deal agenda.
BKT is set to launch its new Liftmax LM 63 tyre, which is designed to fit tractors for industrial and logistical use or which are deployed at ports and airports.
Research by Goodyear Tyres has revealed that fewer than three-quarters (71%) of fleet managers feel tyres are a ‘very important’ area of investment, compared with fuel (81%) and repairs and maintenance (86%).
Construction machinery manufacturer, Liebherr has approved Continental EM-Master tyres in the E3/L3 and E4/L4 variants for its wheel loader portfolio.