TIA Pledges to Work with Ustma, Nhtsa on Registration, Recall Procedures

TIA Pledges to Work with Ustma, Nhtsa on Registration, Recall Procedures The Tire Industry Association (TIA) passed a resolution at its annual meeting Monday, promising to work with the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on tire registration and recall procedures.

Bridgestone recalls 2,700 tires from four commercial truck tire models

Bridgestone recalls 2,700 tires from four commercial truck tire models Bridgestone Americas and Bridgestone Canada announced the voluntary noncompliance recall of 2,700 tires from four commercial truck tire models. The tires are all-position, wide-base radials in size 425/65R22.5.
—Firestone FS818 tires with date codes 2318 and 2418;
—Bridgestone M854 tires with date codes 2418 and 2518;
—Bridgestone M860A tires with date code 2518; and
—Bridgestone M864 tires with date codes 2318 and 2418.

Bridgestone Recalls 2,700 Commercial Truck Tires

Bridgestone Recalls 2,700 Commercial Truck Tires Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations and Bridgestone Canada collectively are issuing a voluntary noncompliance recall of approximately 2,700 certain all position, wide base radial commercial truck tires in size 425/65R22.5.
The recall includes the following tires: …

Conti recalling over 5,000 commercial vehicle tires in North America

Conti recalling over 5,000 commercial vehicle tires in North America Washington — Continental Tire the Americas LLC is recalling 5,356 Conti Coach HA3 commercial vehicle tires, size 315/80R22.5, because of a manufacturing anomaly that could lead to a loss of internal pressure through the sidewall.
The tires being recalled were manufactured at Conti’s plant in Mount Vernon, Illinois, from 27 Aug 2017, to 28 April 2018, and sold in both the OE and replacement markets in the US, Canada and Mexico.

NHTSA Issues Kumho Recall Over Potential Tread Separation

NHTSA Issues Kumho Recall Over Potential Tread Separation The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a recall affecting about 1,700 Kumho Solus tires manufactured in March and early April. The 1,773 affected Solus KH16 tires in size p225/65R17 were manufactured between March 26 and April 1. According to the NHTSA, the affected tires may experience tread separation in severe conditions. Under the recall, Kumho is required to notify owners of the defect and tire dealers will replace the tires, free of charge.