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This year at Le Mans 24 Michelin are taking further steps to fulfil the commitment it previously made to help protect the environment. During this year’s renowned endurance race, Michelin have announced that their involvement will feature a new innovative range of eco-friendly tyres.
As previously reported earlier this year, the ‘big freeze’ really did a number on the British roads and with each day there seems to be the discovery of more.
Well, that’s it folks. The red carpet has been rolled up, the chairs put on tables and the mess cleared away...
Michelin have released, according to studies done by the French Tyre manufacturer, the lightest sports motorbike tyre to date...
Recently the British government has implemented new laws and regulations in an attempt to greatly reduce the amount of waste that is sent to landfill sites across the country...
A very common dilemma for people with used tyres and a problem for the environment is what to do with them once they have served their purpose.
Some say that he loves the smell of kangaroo meat slowly being barbequed and that he has a pet koala bear named Francis Hummingbub... all we know is he’s called the Stig.
The Block Exemption Regulations are now under threat...
It is expected that during Tyrexpo Africa, Nitrlife will launch their new handheld mobile nitrogen generator called the “Tyresaver”.
On a recent trip to Liverpool Michael Welch, Managing Director and founder of Blackcircles.com met with “Move Commercial” reporter Lucy Oliver at The Crowne Plaza.