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2017 Tyre Rim Australian Standards Manual Available

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The Tyre & Rim Association of Australia Standards Manual Read more..
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2016 Standards Manual Available

The 2016 Tyre and Rim Association Standards Manual is now available to order. Read more..

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WorkCover NSW Safety Alert

WorkCover has responded to a number of serious incidents involving split rim and multi-piece wheels over the last few years including a number of fatalities.  In response, WorkCover has produced a special safety video and a dedicated web page in an effort to ensure businesses know the risks.  Read more..

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List of Vehicle Manufacturers

Vehicle manufacturers can spend millions of dollars developing the engineering capabilities of their vehicles, with tyres playing a major role in the vehicle's handling and ride qualities to achieve comfort and performance.  Read more..

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How to Find the Age of your Tyres

How Old Are My Tyres?  For the end user, knowing the age of a tyre is generally not high on the list of things-to-know. However tyre age can be important from a number of perspectives.  Read more..

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Is Tyre Age Important?

The simple answer?  In certain situations – yes. The rubbers used in tyre manufacture can be natural, synthetic or a combination of both. After the tyre has been manufactured it still goes through changes to its physical properties.  Read more..

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Tyre Flat Spotting

Do you ever notice a vibration or a steering shimmy during the first few kilometres of driving after your car has been parked overnight or longer? Read more..

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Why do I have Irregular Wear on my Car Tyres?

One of the most common queries on tyres that we receive is: “Why have the tyres on my car worn so poorly? There’s plenty of tread on one side and the other side is bald!!” (or a variation on that theme). Read more..

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Why has my tyre suddenly disintegrated?

Everyone knows and understands that tyres need air in them. Read more..

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All my tyres will wear at the same rate, won’t they?

The load on each of the tyres on your car is different depending on the tyre’s position. What this means is that, depending on the mounting position of the tyre, the wear-rate of that tyre will be different to the tyres fitted on other positions of your vehicle.  Read more..

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2017 Standards Manual Available16-Mar-2016

The 2017 Tyre and Rim Association Standards Manual is now available. Now is the time to place y..

WorkCover NSW Safety Alert 13-Oct-2014

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