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The Italian tyre manufacturer, Pirelli, has launched the very first motorbike tyre that can be customised by its owners...
It is a mistake that can be easy to make – your car takes diesel, but you refuel it using petrol (or vice versa) – but a recent warning from Confused.com has warned that it could also be an incredibly expensive one...
On the 14th April 2010, the new Ferrari 599 GTO was presented to the world. This was followed up with the story that only a total 599 were going to be made, making this car not only the fastest road Ferrari to date, but also very rare...
A massive tyre fire broke out in Doncaster, England this morning. It is believed that the thousand or so tyres that have been engulfed in the blaze could burn for days...
Kumho Tyres – a sponsor of Manchester United – yesterday helped the red devils launch a new road side safety campaign aimed at teaching children the importance of crossing roads safely...
Marwan Arbache, previously an executive at the French tyre giant Michelin was put on trial yesterday. He is accused of conspiring to sell company secrets to one of Michelin’s biggest rivals – Bridgestone.
If you are currently in the process of redecorating your home and are on the lookout for some intuitive yet environmentally friendly items, you might be interested in buying a carpet that is made from recycled tyres...
Tyres that are able to monitor their own condition and report to the driver – through a vehicle’s electrical system – the condition of the road may sound like science fiction...
The negative effect of having the incorrect air pressure in tyres has been covered by a number of different tyre websites lately...
According to research carried out by TyreSafe, an estimated third of drivers in Great Britain are using more fuel than they actually need and are putting themselves into dangerous driving situations because they fail to regularly check that their tyres have the correct level of air pressure...

 

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