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Yokohama Releases 10 New Instructional Videos

In conjunction with Tire Safety Week, Yokohama has released 10 new videos in the company’s “Tire Tips” series.

Install Two New Tires on The Rear Axle

The question, “Where do I mount two new tires on a vehicle?” comes up often. The tire industry strongly recommends putting the two new tires on the rear. In a November 2010 article titled “Always Install Two New Tires on the Rear Axle,” Tire Review wrote: “A loss of traction on a rear axle causes

TIA Releases New Version of Winter Tire Safety Video

The Tire Industry Association released the third in a series of four consumer education videos planned for 2013. Tire Safety Starts with Winter Tires is a 5-minute video that explains the differences between all-season and winter tires in addition to the performance and safety advantages of winter tires when compared to all-season. The video is

TIA Releases New Winter Tire Educational Video

The Tire Industry Association has released a new educational video – Winter Tire Replacement. The 15-minute video covers installation guidelines and safety advantages of winter and studded tires on passenger cars, light trucks and SUVs vehicles. The video can help retailers explain the differences between winter tires and all-season tires to their customers. “During our

TIA Releases ‘Tire Safety Starts With TPMS’ Video

TIA has released “Tire Safety Starts with TPMS,” the second in a series of consumer educational videos slated for 2013.

First TIA Consumer Education Video Hits the Airwaves

TIA has issued the first of four planned consumer-targeted tire care videos. “Tire Safety Starts with Proper Tire Repair,” now posted on TIA’s YouTube channel (TireSafetyStartsHere) and at tireindustry.org, explains why proper tire repair is necessary, as well as the basic guidelines, limitations and procedures for repairing tires. The new video features a camera inside

Yokohama ‘Tire Tips’ Video Spells Out OE, Aftermarket Differences

The latest episode of “Tire Tips” from Yokohama Tire Corp. covers how to choose between original equipment or aftermarket tires.