Outlaw Unsafe Tyres
Outlaw Unsafe Tyres; New Jersey state seal TRENTON, N.J. (Nov. 22, 2016) — The New Jersey Assembly has passed legislation to prohibit the sale of “unsafe” used tires that the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) — a supporter of the legislation — said pose a risk to New Jersey motorists and the public. […]
This is great news for the tyre industry all over the world. Of course, it is just a start, but never the less small beginnings have lead to bigger things in the past. Part worn tyre shops have been opening up all over the world. Here in the UK they are all over the place. Especially, we have seen a huge rise in high immigration areas. The people that sell these tyres have no respect for the law, that’s if they know that there is one?
However, we must take onboard the fact that New Jersey have now banned the sale of these potentially dangerous part worn tyres. This is indeed a good day for the industry and we must spread the word to other authorities. Hence, I do believe that local authorities have been turning a blind eye. Thus, to the fact that these deadly tyres are on sale in multiple locations.
Another point that has come to light. Accordingly, is the number of taxis that fit these deadly tyres to their taxi cars. This act is mad and should be stopped before a member of the public gets injured or even killed.
Outlaw Unsafe Tyres-New.Jersey
having any improper repairs, including, but not limited to any repair to the sidewall or bead area of the tire; any repair made in the tread shoulder or belt edge area of the tire; any puncture that has not been sealed or patched on the inside and repaired with a cured rubber stem through the outside of the tire; or any puncture repair of damage larger than 1/4 inch;
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