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Maryland Tire Bills Taking the Summer (at Least) Off

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They aren’t dead, they are only resting.

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A pair of tire-related bills that came up in the Maryland General Assembly have been set aside for the summer. House Bills 122 on tire repair and 1110 on tire aging are both stuck in the Maryland House Committee on Economic Matters, and won’t make it out of committee before the General Assembly’s planned April 8 adjournment.

Neither bill is dead, and may be reintroduced next January.

HB 122 was drafted by the RMA and TIA, and would establish a tire repair process. HB 1110 would require tire retailers to inform buyers of any tire older than three years from its date of manufacture.

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