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Have you got a spare £23,500 lying around in your bank? You do?! Fantastic! That means you have exactly the right amount of cash needed to buy a set of the world’s most expensive set of passenger car tyres.
Continental has a long standing association with the beautiful game and this year, with their sponsorship of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, it is no different.
The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has announced the creation the Environmental Advisory Council (EAC).
As you may have already noticed, Blackcircles.com has had a makeover...
Michelin have announced today that they plan to pull the plug on their factory in Ota, Japan.
A French doctor named Jean-Phillippe Rouchon has, according to the London Telegraph, recently come out with the claim that he is a direct descendant of Andre Michelin.
It was revealed yesterday that one of the worst countries in the EU when it comes to tyre safety is the Republic of Ireland.
Fans and admirers of the Hankook tyre brand will be pleased to hear that the manufacturer has launched a new European website.
Toyo have released a new statement announcing their intention to raise the cost of truck tyres by 7% as of the 1st February 2010.
One million hours in and not a single “losttime” accident reported. That’s the accomplishment that was achieved by Bridgestone Americas Tire Operation (BATO) tyre factory in Wilson, North Carolina.